He’s good, real good.
If you see any of this year's Simon Chamberlain vid segments chances are he's riding his signature Stepchild Snowboard. This board won't give you Simon's skills, but it will give you his ride. The Simon Chamberlain’s poplar wood core and fast sintered base help you step up your riding, and carbon stringers add a little extra life and pop to your jibs. Ride the Simon Chamberlain all over the mountain, or take to the streets and hit the rails.
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Sweet board from Stepchild.
I rocked a Stepchild Powder sucks for one season, and desided to go with this board and a Libtech banana for the rest of this and next season. Yet to rip it, but it is light, didnt eat up my wallet in wax since it was already prewaxed and looks rad. I doubt that I will be dissapointed by my second Stepchild board. The few stepchild ive ridden have been the best boards ive tried.
A great board from S-child
This board is pretty damn good. It handles well in just about all conditions depending on your stance, setback, and bevel, and board size. Handles park jumps well with nice pop, and slides well down rails. Pressability is good, but it's not a butterbox, making it great all around. A lot of the top pros are riding this board and they wouldn't be if it wasn't as good as it is. Seems more susceptible to topsheet cracks than your average board, watch out.