Snowboard Iskola

Board: Public Disorder

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Size: 152

Camber Option: Micro Camber. A mellow traditional camber.

Bindings: Rome Black Label

Stance: 21.5 Wide 15 Negative 12 Goofy

Boots: K2 Thraxis Size 10

My Weight: 200lbs

Resort: Copper Mountain

Conditions: Overcast skies with high visibility, warm temps, chop, chunder, and a dusting of wet snow on top of perfect corduroy.

Flex: This board has a familiar flex like a deck you’ve ridden 100 days and know how it will perform. It comes in just below a middle of the road park flex with softer tips and a stiffer mid section. The torsional flex is noticeable but not so over whelming you will twist this board to death.

Stability: Surprisingly this board was stable for what it was. You do get a little chatter in the tips and can feel that underfoot but even when charging around the park it never felt like it was going to wash out or buckle.

Ollies: The camber profile is super easy to engage and this board has snap. It rebounds like a board you’ve been riding for a couple seasons which makes it highly predictable but it doesn’t fail you. So pop off a roller, sidehit or launch over that family of stupid skiers that wandered into the terrain park. It has you covered. You do load the camber up but it’s not so aggressive that you have to be calculated with it.

Pop On Jumps: This board handles small and medium jumps with ease. I think if you were going to something bigger you may want to look at a board that is a little more rigid but overall it has pop off the lip which makes it fun and predictable.

Butterability: Its so easy to press into the tips of this board and it just locks in and holds it. There’s almost no fight when you’re buttering on this board but it still has some spring and rebound to pop out of any variation you do. Go butter and have fun.

Jibbing: Here’s where this board shines. The sweet spot is right outside the insert packs in the tip and tail. This just lets it lock in and hold the press till the end of the feature then it snaps out. When sliding sideways this deck wraps around the feature aggressively but doesn’t clap out so if you do disaster on to something be aware of this.

Carving: It’s a twin park board with a softer flex so it’s not going to be the most aggressive carving deck out there. That’s fine, we all know what this is going to do. It’s got a smooth edge to edge power transmission and when you do drive it hard you can feel it lock in. Short quick set up carves and medium carves are its real strong suit.

Rider in Mind: Park focused jib guy.

Personal Thoughts: Yeah it was too small for me, that’s whatever it’s what I was able to get from the rep. That said it was still a solid ride. It just reminded me of riding a basic ass park board with camber from the late 90’s and early 2000’s. It was consistent which I’ve said over and over in this review, it did what it needed to do, and there weren’t any surprises. This is a board you can just buy, slap your bindings on, and go ride and it will feel like you’ve been on it for 100 days.

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