Pros: Catch free with good flex/pop combo
Cons: Base is soft-scratches easily
This board is amazing, and for my style of riding it is perfect. I learned on a camber board 5 years ago and own 2 styles of rockr boards and a zero camber,and this combo of rocker/camber is perfect. It has the steadyness of a camber (don't have to land right between your feet, more forgiving in landings in nose/tail), with the catch free feeling of a rocker. Good, medium flex that is still powerful enough to give a lively pop. (I am 195 pounds, so many boards that have medium flex end up being too soft for my weight, and don't have that good, snappy pop. Great board for general freestyle and park, but still stiff enough to be a fun freeride board. This combo of good park board that isn't too soft, but soft enough to flex when needed for presses etc.,and enough pop and stiffness for freeriding is perfect for me. Great all around board that contiunes to get good reviews including a "Good Wood" raiting from Transworld Snowboarding, which means somewhere in the top 10 of 400+ boards tested this year. And, its not a 500+ dollar board, retailing for around $290ish.