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Freeride
Freeride
The freeride boards are specifically engineered for those of us that want to get out there and draw their own line in the backcountry. Aside from that, they are also the perfect companion to cruise and carve at high speeds whether on steep powder trails or hard pack slopes.
 
 
All mountain
Allmountain
Designed to suit the needs of versatile riders these boards offer outstanding performance where-ever you take them. You can start your day early with some off-piste tree-runs, continue soaring over the slopes around noon and finish the day off with a laidback park-session.
 
Freestyle
Freestyle
For all those who want to impress with creative trickery, be it in a snowpark or in an urban environment. The focus is on smooth flex patterns for jibs, lightweight tips for increased spinnery and supercharged pop for monster-ollies.
 
 
Reverse Camber
Reverse camber
The reverse camber is flat between the binding and upward curving from front binding to tip and rear binding to tail. This makes the board better for pressing boxes, rails and other jibs. Additionally, this shape is very forgiving in landings and offers awesome flotation in powdersnow.
 
Positive camber
Positive camber
The tip and tail of the board curve down from the center, making it look like a bow. Positive camber allows for better precision in turns, increased control at high speeds and tons of pop on big jumps.
 

Double rocker

The double rocker gives you the best of both worlds. Underneath your feet camber zones give you power in turns, more pop and edge-control .Rocker in nose, tail and between your bindings, make the board more playful and float in the powder.

Zero camber

The zero camber is flat between the bindings and has rocker in nose and tail. This flat construction is a combination of  the 2 camber variants and is perfect for all-round park riders. 

S-rocker

The rocker extends from the nose of the board to under your front foot, where it changes into a traditional camber under you back foot. This shape gives you a float ability in powder and is perfect for high speed performances!

 
WWF
WWF is one of the largest and most respected environmental organizations in the world, working to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
 
Forest Stewardship council
Forest Stewardship Council
Forests provide us with wood for our boards, with clean water, fresh air and they are the engine in the fight against global warming. They’re a treasure of natural resources. If managed responsibly, forests and plantation benefit people and the global community at large. The FSC label provides a credible link between responsible production and consumption of forest products, enabling consumers and businesses to make purchasing decisions that benefit people and the environment as well as providing ongoing business value.
 

Paulownia construction

The paulownia Construction is a new and superior wooden construction. The paulownia woodcore provides the weight reduction, because it has excellent strength to weight ratio, which makes it possible produce a lighter core while keeping the impact strength high. Also it guarantees lightning fast reaction and everlasting durability.
 
Kevlar construction
Kevlar construction
Even stronger and lighter than carbon, Kevlar makes snowboards bulletproof and high performing. This results in a truly next-level board that will boost you ahead of all competition.
 
Carbon construction
Carbon construction
Carbon inserts offer extra strength and power to the core construction without adding much weight. It’ll make you ollie higher, fly longer and stomp better landings.
 
Basalt construction
Basalt construction
Snowboards with Basalt are lighter and livelier than boards that use fiberglass. Because Basalt fibers have a higher tensile strength than standard glass fibers a lighter laminate can be used, cutting down board weight. This construction offers better impact absorption, strength, and elasticity. It’s a higher performance and less environmentally harmful material than glass fiber. 
 
Directional shape
Directional shape
With a progressive sidecut and a slightly longer nose directional boards have better cruising and carving performance. They also offer more ease and flotation when riding powder.
 
Twintip shape
Twintip shape
Identical nose and tail with a symmetric core construction. These babies don’t care if you ride them natural or switch. No surprises or compromises during takeoffs and landings, you’ll always get that same familiar riding feeling.
 
Super strong steel slides
Super Strong Steel Sides
In order to tolerate more impact and offer a greater durability, we’ve reinforced the edges by adding a few millimeters of extra steel in them. These will last for eternity!