• Hand crafted in Colorado!
  • Freestyle/all-mountain board
  • Twin tip
  • Reverse camber
  • 5/10 flex (1 being softest and 10 being stiffest)
  • 2 year warranty
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    Unity Reverse Snowboard
    The Unity Reverse board is the most popular model in the Unity arsenal. A reverse camber design with a minor amount of camber between the feet and rocker on the nose and tail makes this board a super fun ride in all conditions. You can shred the Unity Reserve snowboard in the park, but also anywhere on the mountain.

    These boards are twin shapes with twin flex patterns. The reverse camber design has a small amount of camber between the feet and then angles up at flat angles from the foot area. There is about 6mm of rise on the nose and tail. This subtle amount of reverse camber allows you to carve and hold an edge on hard snow.

    Reverse camber boards are incredible to ride in deep snow. The rider can ride a centered stance and still float really well in powder. The reverse camber also makes the boards feel really loose on the snow. That makes more forgiving for butter tricks and slashing around the mountain.

    Unity Snowboards are handcrafted right in the heart of Colorado in Summit County. All of the boards are built by snowboarders who ride a lot, and put these snowboards to some rough tests. A 2 year warranty is included with a purchase of a Unity Snowboard. These boards are super strong and durability is not a worry you should have.
    Thicker P-Tex base material
    Unity snowboard bases are 1.52mm thick which is 0.25mm thicker than the industry standard. This makes Unity boards last longer and makes it almost impossible to "core shot" these boards.

    Highly toughened epoxy system
    This makes Unity Snowboards hold their life longer and also adds to their overall strength and durability.

    Full perimeter rubber damping foil

    Unity boards use multiple thin strips of rubber foil material around the entire edge of the boards. This material is important in strengthening the bond between the layers and helps make the boards feel more stable and solid on the snow.
    The art on the Reverse series boards is by Christopher David Carr at drawnplay.com