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|09-29-2012 01:33 AM|
|BurtonAvenger||Old thread is old!|
|09-28-2012 11:53 PM|
Its legit! Im thinking about getting a Stepchild and its zero camber. Cross reference threads and you will see :-)
No point making a new thread asking the same question.
|09-28-2012 11:39 PM|
|09-28-2012 10:30 PM|
Love to hear more experiences with flat camber!
Considering a board that is flat but, well I never really considered zero camber before!
I should add i want a park board that can handle the whole mountain.
I already have a hybrid rocker camber.
|03-15-2011 05:55 PM|
I´ve been on at least 20 cambered boards in my two decades of snowboarding. My Nitro Team Gullwing carves as well as almost any of them (except my boardercross-Palmers). The one thing a great cambered board preforms better in is catching an edge in a icy landing after some serious air!
My personal opinion is that rocker/flat boards is more forgiving on edgepressure and therefore can be pressed harder. With cambered boards, especially on groomers, i sometime press my board into a nosedives (the front edge cuts to deep) causing major bails..!! The rocker/flat boards i´ve tried handles this kind of carving smoother and don´t causes the same type of "nosedives".
|03-15-2011 04:38 PM|
Originally Posted by LaneyGirl View Post
|03-15-2011 04:10 PM|
|PanHandler||im 6' 200lbs and i ride a 157 flat camber board for park. i pretty much ride it all mountain though.i like it that much.|
|03-15-2011 03:59 PM|
|johncp||is it true that you can size down on zero cambered boards since the entire effective edge is flat? seems like it would make sense to me. I was thinking of getting a 52 for a jib/park/groomer type board...i'm 6'1" about 165 lbs...|
|03-15-2011 03:57 PM|
Originally Posted by johncp View Post
|03-15-2011 03:52 PM|
|johncp||how's the pop on zero cambered boards?|
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