Simon's board for everything.
With years of experience under his belt, Monsieur Chamberlain has crafted the Stepchild Simon Chamberlain Pro Model Snowboard to meet his demands for park and rail missions, backcountry freeriding, and high-profile park contests. That's right, one precise but playful board for the gamut of shred disciplines. This is made possible through impact-resistant Armadillo reinforcement plates to stand up to the jib life, the responsive yet pressy Kicker III core, and a rocker profile to float pow and do Simon presses on everything.
- Reverse camber in every sense of the word, like the bottom of a rocking chair—designed to ride park, jibs, and powdah!
- Armadillo Plate reinforcement places a diamond-shaped extra layer of fiberglass around the inserts to avoid blowouts without changing the board's flex pattern
- True Twin shape delivers even flex, sidecut and stance for a fun, freestyle feel
- Kicker III core places lightweight poplar through the middle of the board and resilient beech along the edges and inserts for reinforcement
- Snag-Free base is made without joints or die-cut graphics (which can slow a board down) and then is pressed with a temperature-control system to harden the base for added durability
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board of the year
Stoked on the graphic this year, this board always continues to ride well, now it looks cool too.
The rocker is so mellow, almost a flat which is perfect. It still has pop and is super fun to ride all over the place. I got it in a 155 to use as an all mountain board and it's been tough to switch up to any other ones in the quiver.
How does this compare to last years Headless...
How does this compare to last years Headless Horseman? The specs are almost the same on this years Simon deck and the flex rating is the same. But the Headless had Bamboo core and had a rep for being really poppy. Don't know anything about this new Simon board though.
I'm looking at the 157's.
Without the Bamboo core it's not going to have the same type of pop but you're right, the specs are very much the same. This board has all the pop you will need, it's lighter than the headless horsemen and will be easier to press out your jibs.