How to Choose an All Mountain Snowboard –

Looking for a snowboard to shred the whole mountain? All mountain snowboards blend many styles and technologies to create boards that ride well in any condition. If you like to ride aggressively on challenging terrain, a camber dominant profile will give you the pop and edge control you need to dial your lines and stomp your landings. Reverse camber dominant profiles give you a more playful feel that flows easily from the park to the groomers to the trees. Different types of hybrid camber profiles are very popular for all mountain riding because they blend the best of both worlds to give you a truly versatile setup.

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abbas819 says:

What about “2011 Burton Restricted Hero”

Felix Fisch says:

Thanks really helpful vid keep it up

Natalia Sacul says:

hi Tactics , can u tell me please the model of your All-mountain Snowboard? that is in the vid ? thanx :#

M1KEYz says:

I’m looking for an all mountain freestyle board that is also decent in the park I’ve only been snowboarding for just over 4 months and I have a max budget £400 have you any suggestions ?

Pawel Sikorski says:

Hi, I’d like to but DC Tone board, its a flat board, but it seems to be really stiff, as it has 7/10 flex. Would you recommend this board for an intermediate rider, who’d like ride a bit everywhere? (but mostly on the slope) Would you rate that flex as a hard or a medium still? Thanks.

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