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You can rock with Cam-Rock.

All-mountain control meets park flavor with The Technine Cam Rock Snowboard. The Cam Rock uses a hybrid camber combining camber and rocker with going fast, poaching powder, and ruling the park whenever it darn well chooses to.
  • Hybrid Camber places camber between the feet for control and rocker on the nose and tail for buttery looseness
  • Interior rubber dampening reduces high-speed chatter, adds underfoot cushioning, and increases strength
  • Dual Tech Core uses finger-jointed poplar wood and laces it up with full-length birch stringers which run through the inserts for added reinforcement and pop

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does this board have detuned edges?

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does this board have detuned edges?

4 5

Nice board

This was my first reverse camber board (coming from a traditional camber - Nitro Swindle). Turn initiation is super easy, compared to standard camber, it basically carves for you. Very fun board, pretty flexible, a 3 on the flex rating scale according to TechNine's website. (1 being most flexible, 10 stiffest). Hold pretty well on kickers, and pretty fun to jib. Get's a little choppy at high speeds when carving, but that's typical for a moderately softer board. Overall a good board, definitely a fun board if you're looking for an alternative to an all mountain board.

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Hey whats up. How light is this board?...

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Hey whats up. How light is this board? Let's say compared to the K2 WWW. And how is it for big jumps and soft jibs?