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Queen Bee—our softest all mountain board that can do just about from powder to the groomers and the park. It’s fast and fun on groomers, handles well on hard pack snow, and really pops from turn to turn while making you feel stable on edge no matter the snow conditions. The rocker tip and tail plows through the powder and when combined with the camber underfoot, it makes for a solid big mountain board suitable for hitting a wide range of natural features. This board is playful for buttering and hitting small features along the groomers as well as in the terrain park. The queen bee is truly the "one board quiver" especially if you like to make entire mountain your terrain park.
Myth—a stiffer all mountain freeride board that has a great combination of stability and playfulness. It’s flexible and spins easily but it also handles well in between features and when flying down the groomers. It’s neutral (flat) edge in between feet makes it playful when spinning or jibbing rails. It’s camber underfoot gives you stability when holding a strong edge, allowing you to speed toward a take off or land a big jump. The Myth has the perfect amount of flex to really pop, whether it’s a groomed jump or a quick hit over a roller or small cliff. It’s not snappy, but rather responsive. It has a really fun feel, especially at speed. The Myth dominates icy conditions, and in any sort of bumps, crud or thunder (soft or hard) the birch core of the Myth absorbed the impact with ease.
Whodis?—a traditional stiff camber board with rocker tip and tail. It’s a beast and requires confident and skillful riding. The full camber makes for really fun big carving turns, especially if you’re speeding down the mountain. It doesn’t matter the type of snow, this board can charge through anything while giving you a strong sense of stability. This board really pops from turn to turn and allows for a strong ollie perfect for big jumps and the halfpipe.