Once in a while there comes a board that is truly different. A great white pow killer, the widest point of The Whale’s nose is moved back to the very beginning of the nose rocker. Because of this, the effective edge is shortened allowing the board to initiate turns quicker than a traditional snowboard. Converse to the Float Rocker nose profile is camber from the front foot back offering stability and control on harder snow.
Nick Schneider: “Technically, it was hard to pinpoint exactly what it was with this board that made it so much fun. I rode the ’67 and I couldn’t believe the maneuverability. I don’t know? Awesome!? Does that explain it?”