Post subject: Re: Rockered Boards - Worth the hype?
Posted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 12:48 pm
Joined: Wed Mar 23, 2005 8:51 am Posts: 517 Location: summit, CO
Dangerous E wrote:
That board actually has camber in the tail. That's how NS's reverse camber works--rocker between the bindings and cambered tip and tail. .
Yeah, I know all that jazz about rev/rev camber. Pretty familiar. Thing is, it's camber from rocker which still means that there is less camber in the tail, less pressure during the last third of a turn when you are trying to snap out of it, and you have to lean back farther to ollie.
Like I said, I can get used to it, it's just different and a unneeded change IMHO.