Technine Cam Rock Skate 2017

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The Technine Camrock Snowboard is the one to have in the park this season. Whether you are just beginning out in your snowboarding journey or a seasoned park rat you will love this board. The super versatile Cam Rock camber gives you the best of traditional camber and rocker in one board. The core features both Carbon and Kevlar taping from tip to tail giving the board super snap and strength. With a flex rating of 6 the Camrock will rock your world in both the park and the rest of the mountain too.

Key Features

Board Type: Park / Freestyle

Camber Type: T9 Cam Rock 

A small amount of traditional camber between the feet for edge hold and stability. Rocker from your binding out to the tip and tail for freestyle freedom.

Flex: Medium 6/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A super versatile flex that can easily spend the morning free-riding and the afternoon in the park.

Shape: Directional Twin

With a twin construction this boards nose is slightly longer then the tail. Great for easy turn initiation.

Core: Power Tech Core 

Full tip to tail poplar wood, know for its strength and energy return. Both Carbon and Kevlar taping from tip to tail giving the board super snap and strength.

Base: Extruded 

Perfect for park riding and Australian conditions. Easy to repair and won't hate you if you fail to wax them every week.

Additional Features:

Pro Edge - A 0 degress edge allows for quick turning and euro carves on demand. 


Board Lengths: 150cm, 153cm, 155cm, 157cm

Waist Width:

(150cm) 246mm

(153cm) 247mm

(155cm) 249mm

(157cm) 251mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(150cm) 45-70kg

(153cm) 50-78kg

(155cm) 60-85kg

(157cm) 65-95kg


  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
  • Not sure if you need a wide board or not? Find out here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard cambers and shapes? Click here.
  • Want to find out about different types of snowboard edges (magne-traction)? Click here.
  • Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard construction? Click here.