The Creamer offers a middle-ground between big-mountain bravado and freeride
flow. Its directional, lightly tapered outline shape was designed to work
in the broadest range of conditions, so that supreme floatation isn’t at
the cost of lack-lustre edge-hold and vice versa. Flowing like water through
untracked forests and scoring arcs across corduroy are all in a day’s work
for the Creamer. Its volume-packed, smoothly-rising tip geometry irons-out
bumps and generates unbelievable floatation in deep snow. Directional Cruise
Camber loads the Creamer’s tail with extra power for stomping landings
and spraying turns. Targeted placement of Basalt and Carbon reinforcement
add stiffness and damping in critical areas to aid stability in harrowing
terrain and predictability in choppy snow conditions.
E asy and instinctive, the Stereo makes snowboarding so damn simple that
you can refocus your mind on seeking out side-hits, popping huge ollies
and boning-out tricks like it’s ’95 again. The Stereo’s Hybrid-V profile
combines mega pop, by placing positive camber areas beneath the feet, with
the loose, catch-free feeling that comes from placing rocker at the waist.
We added a Carbon Pop Band from tip-to-tail for extra ollie power and it
has a Sintered 7 base for a smooth glide. Morning Freshies or cruising
park, the Stereo’s blunted true twin shape and All-Terrain Tips can handle
F or the women that guide the troop on a powder day and smoke the boys
down every black trail, there’s the LoveLife. Far more badass than its
name would suggest, this little pocket rocket features the same materials,
tech and powerful feel as Amplid’s demanding men’s snowboards. Amplid’s
design team took the Paradigma, a legendary all-mountain performer, brought
in the waist by a centimeter and fine-tuned the flex for lighter riders.
Targeted reinforcements include an explosive Carbon Pop Band to invigorate
the flex and tranquilizing Basalt Suspension Strips to damp destabilizing
lumps and bumps. Directional Cruise Camber is a hybrid that blends a powerful
camber cavity through most of the running length with a touch of early
rise in the nose. This time-proven recipe perfectly balances hard snow
performance with autopilot powder cruising.
Soft and easy to ride, the GoGo makes learning intuitive and riding fun.
Ideal for inexperienced women snowboarders, the GoGo’s forgiving nature,
nurtures progression. Raised contact points and a soft flex pattern cut
the tumble-count, aiding quick and painless improvement to your snowboarding.
Its all-terrain abilities originate from Hybrid-V: This rocker dominant
bend, which has sections of energy-charged camber beneath the bindings,
balances hard snow grip with powder day floatation. And for the budding-freestylers,
this lively “best of both world’s” hybrid camberline loves to pop, press,
butter and pivot flat land tricks and launch from park jumps and sidehits.
Its low maintenance Extruded 4 base material and hard-wearing Rockwell
steel edges complete a snowboard which will support progression, winter-after-winter,
for years to come.