- Sizes: 153, 156, 158W, 159, 162, 163W
- Flex: 7
- Profile: Camber
- Shape: Directional
- Price: £410 / €460
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Many boards are moving away from the traditional full camber shape, but it’s the most tried and tested way of making an aggressive, mountain charger. Unparalleled edge hold, more pop than the Spice Girls and added stability at high speeds – camber is king in this respect.
The stiffness of the board lends itself well to powerful riding. If you’re wanting to really lay into carves and really rip and grip on piste then the Broadcast will be able to keep up.
“5 carbon stringers run through the length of the board, either side of the inserts to keep the board snappy and to add stability without sacrificing an easy-going torsional flex”
Not so stiff that you’re unable to play around when you want to, you’ll still be wanting to rip through the park. Maybe not so much jibbing, but certainly for kickers and sidehits you’ll get all the airtime you are looking for.
The board has a subtle taper to give you a little helping hand when you score a pow stash, and it helps to optimise piste performance when riding one way.
The inserts are slightly set back to give the board a slightly longer nose, and the camber is shifted back with them. The smaller tail is ideal for controlled carves and big slashes, and the big nose leads nicely into turns and keeps you floating steadily in the powder.
Five carbon stringers run through the length of the board, either side of the inserts to keep the board snappy and to add stability without sacrificing an easy-going torsional flex.