I was on a 159 burton bullet for a while. a little bit big for me but the thing locked in and absolutely FLEW down the hill. was super fun to ride and full camber.
if you had any recommendations for a full camber, im all ears!
So you've ridden a full camber board and know the feeling of riding at speed like you're on a razors edge... Nothing compares on groomers or hardpack, but unfortunately we face a mixed bag of conditions almost every time out on the hill... So I'd say if you like camber and want the edge hold and stability it offers, look for a camber underfoot type board with rocker at the tips... My buddy just picked up the Salomon Mans Board
which has this baseline, although just looking at it on the floor at his house checking it out, I dont see the rocker at the tips being very pronounced, and you can clearly see the camber arching up.
I was looking at the Jones Flagship
, which is camber behind the front binding inserts, and a rockered nose. Coming from the park, you might also look at the Jones Mountain Twin
I love my K2 Slayblade
with Flat Camber... and they altered their line of boards this season to use the Flatline/Flat Camber, but raise it up off the ground a bit for more pop. Check out K2's baselines you'll see what I mean.