It wasn’t going to be long before cambered snowboards became the fashion again, so many pros are switching back that it’s becoming an epidemic. And the reason? They all want a piece of that lively ride and predictable edge hold. The Relapse is catering for all those people never managed to beat that camber addiction. Its mid-soft flex and true twin shape make it ideal for the park and the mid-wide waist keeps it exclusive to those with bigger feet.
The classic mid-wide jump board for the more advanced rider; the Relapse provides massive amounts of power and durability for anyone committed to or coming back to camber-based park riding, expect old school ollie, spin, take-off and landing performance.
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