A mellow convex rise from the contact points of the tip and tail inward with an apex at the midpoint. A rider’s edge hold and pop derive from the pressure exerted and expelled when camber is flexed under your weight. This downward pressure—the flattening of camber-initiates lively turns and provides continuous edge contact with the snow.
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Essentially - the opposite of camber. A mildly kinked U or V shape when the board is laid on a flat surface, the nose and tail are more elongated and elevated. Rocker and reverse camber boards are sick for powder float, presses, and a forgiving ride. The design essentially reduces pressure at the contact points by bringing it inward and closer to your feet.