Highly addictive, the Stepchild Latchkey Regular Camber Snowboard is a purpose built park machine, sending kickers with stylish finesse, effortlessly pressing through the rail line and popping off side hits with the pre loaded snap and stability you've come to love with traditional camber. Though it takes a bit more effort to initiate presses versus a more noodly rocker board, traditional camber is preferred by freestyle riders who desire that locked in feel when they're jibbing and pressing. Its true twin shape keeps you nice and centered for perfecting your switch repertoire in the park while the full poplar Kicker core ensures a consistently smooth mid level flex, from tip to tail. Biax fiberglass laminates keep the board's torsional flex pretty mellow, which helps you lay into presses and butter without extra stiffness getting in your way. And to keep things extra snappy, Kevlar reinforcement runs in an elongated crossing shape, boosting pop while enhancing overall strength all without messing up its lightweight freestyle feel with extra stiffness or weight. Rounding things out, Stepchild sticks to a low maintenance extruded base that's easy to repair when you thrash your board on rails, jibs, and freestyle features.