You will soon realize that some silhouettes characterize certain types of practices.
This allows a better bearing capacity in the powder. This shape allows the board to push the surplus of snow and to make its way into a deep slope more easily.
We have this type of shape on the Hillside and the Origin and they are true Big Mountain boards.
On backcountry boards, like the Peak, the nose is also raised and progressive… but it does not have a pointed end. It is cut in the shape of a diamond to enhance its performances in deep snow and to keep an aggressive entry and exit curve as well. Therefore, it offers a little more stability in curves.
The sword shape with its pointy nose is an innovative cut that we have developed to give our Hunter a freestyle behavior while keeping a good grip on curves and therefore increasing its versatility.
Twin or directional Twin, these shapes allow the board to be efficient in any situation, whether in freestyle or on the slopes. This is excatly what our Noise board does.
It is indeed a Twin shape, recognizable by the roundness of its spatulas and its apparent symmetry. However, its nose and tail are slightly shorter. Good observation, we cut off its spatulas to increase the aggressiveness of the board and help you in your grabs.
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