Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just looking to start venturing into the park, the proper shred stick can have a significant impact on your level of progression this winter. The following collection of boards feature twin-tipped profiles fit for tackling every feature that comes your way – from boxes and mini pipes to kinked rails and booters. Forgiving yet supportive, these decks are sure to keep your stoke high this year.

Salomon Gypsy Classicks by Desiree

Salomon’s Gypsy Classicks has a propensity for park riding by any definition. Designed in collaboration with Desiree Melancon, this snowboard has a way with big jumps and technical rails. It dons a flat camber profile between the bindings that kicks out to camber underfoot to serve up an optimal balance of both a playful feel and a stable, predictable ride.

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Burton Rewind

Sporting a poppy, positive camber profile that ends just outside of each channel, before transitioning to a bit of early rise in the nose and tail, the twin-tipped Rewind offers plenty of pop. As one of the most aggressive park boards out there, riders will appreciate the Rewind for its comfort and stability.

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Arbor Cadence Rocker

Arbor’s Cadence is sure to please the press-and butter-lovers thanks to its soft-flexing, fully rockered profile. Its quickness, flex, and outstanding ability to perform as a jib board do make it rather specific, so if you’re looking for a more versatile ride, know that it comes in a cambered version too.

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CAPiTA Space Metal Fantasy

No stranger to these lists, this soft, flat-to-rockered snowboard shines when slashing, jibbing, and buttering. Sitting on the forgiving side of the flex scale, its easy ride makes it a vehicle for progression. Understanding its intent, riders looking for a softer rail-oriented board will undoubtedly appreciate the Space Metal.

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Dinosaurs Will Die Bogart

Ben Bogart’s pro model has become popular for both male and female boarders, ranging in size from 146 to 155. It’s a cooperative board that does everything you’ll want it to, promising a downright fun ride from hit to hit. With a flat camber profile all the way through, the Bogart  also provides versatility outside of the park.

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