Their pressure maps are approximations of the shape of their camber/rocker profiles. Its kind of a funny way to represent the differences in All rocker vs rocker+camber profiles. It represents the amount of force the board applies to the snow when you stand on it. Its not very accurate and each model is slightly different even though the have the same shape.
They have four different profiles
BTX- rocker between your feet and flat out to the tips. the lowest point is in the middle so all the pressure ill be there. Skate banana, box scratcher, birdman
C2BTX- Rocker between your feet and camber under them, the tips are the same height as the middle. Dark series, TRS, T-rice, Skunk apes, Lynn and Landvik
EC2- rocker between your feet and a parabolic camber that extends to the tips, it is basically right in between BTX and CB2. Attack Banana
C1- the is a half and half, BTX up front CB2 in the back. La Nina MC
The banana magic looks like an exaggerated version of the EC2.
The t-rice banana hammock is a constant curve rocker
Hope that clears things up.
Its best to put your hands on the lib boards and check them out they are all slightly different and can be slightly different even in the same model/year due to being hand made.
Also the lib stiffness ratings aren't to accurate either.
They are all good for ice, magnetraction is the shit, but the any of the C2BTX will be pretty stable. I ride the Banana Magic, it is stiff, fast, stable damp and light, i think its a harder charging board than the dark series i demoed first.
Last edited by Riley212; 12-21-2011 at 08:25 PM.