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Camp Seven 2014 Heritage Snowboard : That's right, the Heritage has gone Rasta! One of the flagships of the Camp Seven line, the Heritage returns for 2014 with a Rastafarian outlook on shredding. What does that mean? For starters, the Heritage boasts a Camber Rocker Camber profile that allows for solid edge hold while maintaining slightly elevated contact points to allow for a slightly looser, surf like feel. Add in the rubber dampening around the sides as well as the tip and tail and you have the most smooth and relaxed ride you have ever experienced.
Camp Seven 2014 Heritage RCR Snowboard : The original Heritage has been so well received we decided to introduce a Rocker-Camber-Rocker (RCR) version for those looking for a slightly different feel. This new RCR profile creates a board with tons of loaded pop between you feet and mild reverse camber in the nose and tail to add that Catch free riding style and unmatched float in pow! The camber under foot also allows for superior edge hold while maintaining slightly elevated contact points for a slightly looser, surf like feel. Just like his CRC brother the 2014 Heritage RCR is a true twin allowing for seamless transitions when riding switch, this board has doesn't care which way you want to ride it just wants to be on the hill with you.
Camp Seven Roots CRC 2014 Snowboard : You asked for it and we delivered. The perennial fan favorite Roots finally has an alternate camber brother! The Roots CRC (camber-rocker-camber) is a new edition to the Roots line and allows riders to choose a board with a more loose and relaxed center of the board while loaded camber in the tip and tail put the pop right where you want it. If you think you know the Roots from years past, wait until you ride the new 2014 CRC version! The Roots is directional Twin perfection. Slopes, deeps, steeps, chutes, glades are no match for the Roots. The biradial sidecut slices into even sheet ice and holds its line, while the slightly raised contact points help avoid those nasty edge grab takedowns.
System 2014 D.O.A. Snowboard : The D.O.A. refuses to die! The 2014 D.O.A. makes an appearance for it's third straight year with some unbelievable upgrades. The Rocker-Camber-Rocker profile leads to explosive pop between the bindings, and the rocker in the tip and tail allow for buttery smooth riding and jibbing. As for powder days, the rocker in the tip and tail make it nearly impossible to sink the nose on even the deepest days.The D.O.A. will put the days of edge catches, board chatter and questions of edge hold to rest. The see through top layer shows the true magic of this board. A dual density poplar core and reinforced sidewalls make the D.O.A. the envy of all other boards on the hill.
System 2014 DNR Snowboard : The DNR makes it resurgence in 2014 with some serious upgrades and even more attitude. A new Flatrock profile gives you plenty of rise in the tip and tail for powder float and catch free riding, while the flat platform under your feet gives you ultimate stability for shootouts in the park! And in case you couldn't tell from the graphic, the DNR is near bulletproof. Rails, bonks, drops, this thing will survive any shots it takes.
Camp Seven Valdez 2014 Snowboard : The Valdez is now 6 years old. For 2014 this modern classic gets upgraded to a Camber Rocker Camber design with a radial sidecut and a Biax over Triax layup.
Camp Seven 2014 Uprise Snowboard : Once a fierce symbol of the Japanese military, the blood red sun of the Uprise now represents the ultimate force on the Snow. A camber rocker camber profile provides maximum effective edge length while still leaving the contact points slightly elevated for a playful and catch free ride. A tip to tail dual density Poplar core makes for massive pop, launching you into any situations you throw at it.
Camp Seven Roots RCR 2014 Snowboard : Directional Twin perfection. Slopes, deeps, steeps, chutes, glades? The Roots RCR (rocker-camber-rocker) is all about all mountain freeriding performance. Using a Rocker Camber Rocker design, the roots has awesome bite and boost while reducing those sticky points. The biradial sidecut slices into even sheet ice and holds its line, while the slightly raised contact points help avoid those nasty edge grab takedowns. Biax on top Triax underneath, rubber foil to dampen the landings on the big hits, Full tip to tip edge to edge Poplar core, Rockwell inserts, ABS sidwalls and Hypnosis edges. This is a dream construction.
System 2013 Jib Snowboard : Rider's asked for it and System delivered. 2013 sees the introduction of System's "Jib" snowboard, a fully flat jibstick guaranteed to provide park shredding like you've never experienced. Flat camber provides maximum stability, a highly predictable ride and an already broken-in feel. Stop working for ollies, and trying to learn how the board will react, flat camber is the most natural feel available.
System DNR 2012 Snowboard : Do Not Resuscitate. This Rocker Camber Rocker or Camrock design lets the dead rise up Rock 'n Roll! The Camber underfoot gives the DNR monstrous power and pop while the slightly rockered contact points allow for catch free butters and jibs.