Kicked Up Outside the Feet
These are the freest-feeling boards you'll set foot on this season. The kicked-up tips make the board feel shorter than it is while flat-based. Once you tip it up on edge, the whole board is there for your use, but the short contact to the snow makes these boards a great choice for jibbing. They release from the snow very easily and allow you to stay centered over the board while ollieing. Conversely, they float the easiest on powder due to the angle of attack over the tip and tail section of the board. These boards will feel right at home while cruising at low speeds and in powder (depending on flex). From Capita's Indoor Survival to Ride's DH2, Eternal Snow brings you a selection of snowboards that start their reverse camber outside the bindings.
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