Just a few years ago, rocker technology was experimental in snowboarding. Lib Tech and K2 were the first to bring the concept of rocker to the snow. What began as a bit of a novelty is now all the rage, with most major manufacturers offering some rendition of the technology for 2010.

So what are rocker boards? Whip out your old shred stick, the one with the awesome skull graphic, and lay it base down on the floor. The arch between your bindings is called the camber. Now imagine taking that camber and flipping it upside down, creating a rocking chair effect. You now have a true rocker my friend.

What rocker means for you is smooth effortless powder runs, and stylish forgiving park sessions. The shorter effective edge and upward arch of the tips means more maneuverability, and less face grinding edge catches. And rocker boards aren’t just for fun either, with top pros winning events on rockers all day long.

So check out our ever-expanding offering of rocker boards, and join the rocker revolution today.

By | 2009-09-19T13:24:33+00:00 September 19th, 2009|Snowboarding|0 Comments

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