All Mountain - Whether you're doing hot laps, tree runs, ripping around or just cruising the park, this board's versatility should allow you to shred virtually anywhere on the mountain in whatever condition.
Slash a turn, tweak a grab, bonk a tree, ollie the cat track and be sure to high five your friends before doing it all over again.
Park/Jibs - Typically soft and buttery, these boards are primarily for throwing down on boxes, rails, urban features, whatever you're after. These boards are generally true twin (or twin-ish) flexing boards for riding regular or switch, and softer flexes for jibbing and overall maneuverability.
Fun and forgiving enough for hot laps through the park - jibbing a box here, blasting a method there, back to the chair and all over again.
Park/Jumps - Built for those ready to step to bigger park features or backcountry booters, or even super pipes if you're lucky enough to live near one. These freestyle-minded boards are slightly beefed than your average noodle park board - good for popping higher, riding stronger, and stomping landings like you're in the big leagues.
Not Specified - The manufacturer has not provided a specific flex rating for this snowboard.
Generally speaking, park boards will have a soft to mid flex for more playfulness while all-mountain boards will have a mid to stiff flex for more response and stability at speeds.
Twin - Typically designed for park and jib-influenced riding, this Twin shape snowboard category includes True Twins and Almost Twin (aka Twin-ish or Twin-like) boards with centered stances.
True Twins are symmetrical in shape/flex and will ride exactly the same regular or switch - while Almost Twins will ride equally well in both directions but may have a slightly lengthened (or heightened) nose than tail for a bit better float when riding your normal stance.
Rocker Dominant - *Note: profile image exaggerated for visual perspective, please see this brand's specific camber tech for more details
MTN Pop Rocker - Some riders call it the best of both worlds. Rocker between your feet with positive camber in the nose and tail creates a ride that is loose at slow speeds and powerful at high speeds with plenty of tail for landing big sh*t. Works seamlessly with QuickRip technology to output a poppy feel to go with the playful, floaty feel between your feet.
QuickRip Sidecut - Quickrip Sidecut consists of a mid-section sidecut that is off-set from a sidecut of the same radius in the nose and tail. This mid-section sidecut is joined to the nose and tail sidecut by transition zones that create two Mid-Board Contact Points that are located just outside the binding mountain area. Depending on the board model, they vary how far the two sidecuts off set in order to modulate the impact of the QuickRip. QuickRip lets a board "ride short" at slow speeds by engaging the mid section sidecut between the Mid Board Contact Points, but it also "rides long" at high speeds by engaging the full running length sidecut where the Mid Board Contact Points work to improve edge hold.
Pop Core Matrix - A smooth, dynamically-flexing poplar matrix with zones of low-density wood for high response with low weight. Providing the kick for most of the boards in the Rome line.
StraightBiax Carbon Laminate - To give a little extra kick to the mellow nature of the Postermania's rocker design, this laminate combines the butter of the 90-degree off axis fibers with the ollie pop of carbon in the centerline.
Hotrods: Bamboo Single Barrel - A thin rod of snappy bamboo for added pop.
SinterTrue Base - A combination of wax absorption and abrasion resistance results in gap clearing speed with solid amounts of strength.