A twin-tip is a symmetric shape between tip and tail, that can be used in both directions as the rider is perfectly centered. Born as a freestyle geometry, today it is used also for all-mountain boards, thanks to its ease of use and stability.
Directional boards are focused to give their best in one direction. The tip is longer and wider than the tail and the bindings are moved backwards from 2cm in the all-mountain boards, to 8cm in powder boards. Directional boards are versatile but find their best environment carving on the slopes and in deep snow.
RADIUS NOT RADIUS
This sidecut was born from an existing project, where the circular arcs have been replaced by straight lines. With this solution the pressure is uniformly distributed over the entire length of the edge. A board with this technology will be the best choice for maximum grip on hard surfaces.
NEGATIVE CORE PROFILE
The negative core profile is characterized by a reverse thickness, meaning a reduced shimming just beneath the position of the feet. It is ideal on wide boards and gives more feel under the feet, guaranteeing a great leg independence.
POSITIVE CORE PROFILE
This profile is given by shimming the woodcore starting from the tip and tail and reaching the maximum thickness under the feet, keeping it constant at the center of the board. This way we get powerful boards oriented to speed and stability and we reinforce the splitboards internal edge for the ascents.
The board’s woodcore is made with thinner wood strips in the outer part, close to the sidewalls. This technology allows to recreate real surfing sensations, giving a good bending and make the board extremely pleasant underfoot, also in wider boards, despite their big sizes.
SANDYSHAPES // RADUCTED ROCKER
A flat curve in the central part and a very soft and continuous rocker line that goes from the binding area to both ends: it is a twin-tip geometry profile developed for raducted boards that guarantees an excellent manouvrability.
SANDYSHAPES // ROCKER
The line is an ellipse that produces a very responsive board with a great versatility, fast when turning and ollieing, with a good floatation on fresh snow.
SANDYSHAPES // FREERIDE PROFILE
The camber is positioned under the feet, which it has been moved backwards from 2 to 8 cm. The tip, longer than the tail, has a very soft rocker curve while the tail has a short radius one. It is an all-mountain directional profile, ideal for carving on fresh snow but incredibly agile and responsive also on the slopes.
SANDYSHAPES // MICROCAMBER
The arch extends in the binding area becoming flat before reaching the tip and tail, then it rises up with a very wide radius. It is a highly responsive and accurate profile for those who wants a great edge grip on hard snow and a powerful board when ollieing. This profile is recommended for more experienced riders.