Featuring Oh Yeah freestyle tech, shrunk to size. Rock Out Camber delivers a blend of playfulness and edge control, the Popster Construction with an Aspen Core creates more pop and control while BiteFree Edges make hang-ups a thing of the past.
Level of practice
Rock Out Camber is designed for premium park performance featuring a blend of flat, camber, and rocker profiles enabling responsive turns and comfortable presses.
EQ Rad delivers Equalizer's 3 straight lines and Radial lines blended together for the perfect balance of playfulness and precision.
Bite Free Edges for low consequence creative riding.
Rock Out Camber
Flat between your bindings for stability, Camber near the feet for response and a rocker on the tip/tail for pressability.
Equalizer straight lines and Radial lines blended together for the perfect balance of agility and fun.
The core is strategically milled inside of the insert packs, allowing the board to flex more naturally underfoot and transfer energy into the nose and tail for added pop.
Freestyle specific: Identical tip/tail lengths, symmetrical core profiling, flex and a centered binding stance.
BA LD fiberglass
The use of Low-density fibers allows them to produce lighter boards that keep their playful forgiving flex forever.
A harder compound than EXT, Salomon EXT EG takes the easy maintenance of a non-sintered base and adds Electra for increased gliding characteristics.
Full length Aspen wood with high-density birch stripes for improved insert retention.
FSC certified woodcore
FSC certified wood comes from forests that meet the highest environmental and social standards, supporting sustainable forest management.
Standard stone finish
Salomon's basic stone finish is the industry benchmark for high-end boards, only difference is that it’s our ‘basic’ finish.
A paraffin-free wax compound made from natural ingredients. A non-pollutant compound held to the highest standards of glide speed.
Fully detuned tip to tail straight from the factory for a smoother, more forgiving ride with less hangups.
The mollecular structure can be described as a concrete bar combining toughness for energy transfer and dampening properties for impact absorption.