Wtf is an all-mountain camber?
Look into Capita's BSOD or TFA. K2 dings really easily and cant get take a beating.
You'll probably get like 10 people in here suggesting Never Summer.
Talking out of our ass are we?
I have a K2 Turbo Dream I took to Tahoe last year. Rocks, trees, skiers/snowboarders running into it... we're talking about scuffs here.
Yea sure, if you hit a rock hard enough, it's going to ding no matter what.
By the way, that's pretty much the first time I heard someone say Capita boards are more durable than K2.
Furthermore, K2's bambooyah boards are on steroids or something. Get a Fastplant and hammer throw that sucker into a concrete wall and tell me what happens. If it breaks, just get it warrantied since it has a 3 year warranty on it against breakage.
Yes, you will get Never Summer suggestions on here because they make damn good boards.
You did not provide enough info to recommend a board for you. You gave riding type, but didn't say specifically what type of all-mountain riding you do. What's your weight? Boot size? What type of terrain are you on most? Are you looking to get into freestyle?
As for K2's all-terrain rocker, it is awesome in my opinion. All of their boards have flat camber in the middle. The all-terrain rocker is 70% flat in the middle and 30% rocker in the tips. The nose has a medium rise and the tail has a low rise. Very versatile shape for all-mountain/powder riding.