All Terrain Versatility
The Darkside Camber is a lightweight bamboo mixed core true twin freestyle snowboard tuned to ride all terrain. We’ve created this deck to have snappier ollies for mobbing the park and sending it on side hits. Mixing in our Dual Arc Edges with the camber shape gives this snowboard superb edge hold and stability. The nature of this snowboards playfulness, pop and energetic attitude are meant to ride everything on the mountain..
We Build Fun. We Ride Fun.
Camber All terrain true twin freestyle
New age camber brings in the benefits of traditional camber but with new age feel. The camber zone creates stability, energy, and pop with tremendous edge hold you can trust when you need it most. The mild flat and rocker zones in the tips allow for a smooth, playful freestyle feel.
Featured Performance Construction
The Dual Arc Edges yield a multiple radius sidecut that creates superb edge hold and quick maneuverability when laying into a carve. GRIP ON DEMAND!
Lightweight carbon adds strength and durability in high stress areas. The carbon focuses energy to specific areas of the core creating insane amounts of pop.
Quality Material Construction
Premium Snowboard Woodcore
Our lightweight full wood core offers exceptional performance and reliability. It provides a perfect blend of smoothness, flexibility, high energy, and pop. The uniform and consistent feel makes for a comfortable and confident riding experience at any skill level.
UHMWPE Sidewalls and Tip fillers yields higher durability, flex, and bonding abilities. Unbreakable Impact Resistance
Sintered Base is high performance base is both proven in durability, and speed. Sintered bases hold more wax and are much stronger than extruded bases.
This snowboard utilizes Triax fiberglass that adds extra torsional strength for more versatility and stability..
RUBBER VDS DAMPENING SYSTEM
An internal rubberized material used to create a bomb proof bond between materials. It’s secondary function is to absorb chatter on the roughest of slopes.
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