Built for stacking tricks in the streets and carefree cruising in the park, the Stepchild LatchKey Reverse Camber Snowboard is a playful jib stick for riders who live for jibbing. Slightly stiffer than its cambered counterpart, the Reverse Camber LatchKey offers a mellow flex and a forgiving, yet surprisingly poppy feel. The profile is mostly flat for the stability needed to stomp big drops and send it through the jump line, but with rockered tips for a catch free feel. Biax glass offers a smooth flex that's easy to press, while Kevlar stringers add pop and response so you can still boost big ollies and launch kickers. Tip to tail poplar wood provides a lightweight and lively feel, and Armadillo plates reinforce the binding zones for added durability when you're gapping onto rails and landing bomb drops. It's finished off with an easy to repair extruded base so you can fix it up after a day of thrashing it on gritty streets.