The arc under the ski/board when it rests unweighted on flat
Explains a riding style mainly on the edge.
Construction type and industry term for skis and boards with
topsheets that wrap over the board’s sides and down
to the edge making sidewalls unnecessary.
A glass fiber material with 92-99 % carbon content and are
made from synthetic organic fiber, Polyacrylonitrile (PAN)
or rayon. They have an impressive strength-to-weight-ratio,
but are very expensive. Carbon fibers are used in boards,
skis and bindings.
Riding style mainly on the edges on slope;
Acronym for Cyan (blue), magenta (red), yellow, black (the
K stands for black). These four colours combine to produce
all the colours and hues of a photograph. A graphic must first
be broken down into these colour components before it can
be silk-screened or sublimated onto a board. (see also sublimation)
A racing competition
Upper edge of halfpipe
The main component of a snowboard/ski construction. Cores
are generally sandwiched between one ore more layers of other
materials. Core materials are wood, foam or different combinations.
Bank, riding straight in and the landing hill is 90° displaced.