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Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard

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Trusnow Says: This Rocker Board was made for the Sierra Community as a special Mid Season Release. The top sheet and base where designed by the Sierra team and community members. We recommend the Sierra Reverse Crew for speed demons, powder hounds and especially guys who are skeptical of rockered snowboards! Since the evolution of reverse camber snowboards, the snowboard industry has debated the pros and cons, advantages, and riding styles of these boards. The Sierra Reverse Crew turns this debate on its head because it offers the same aggressive turn initiation and stability of a cambered board, speed of a race board, ollie power of a freestyle board and playfulness of rockered snowboard. ... More ?

Base color may very.

  - Directional Twin Shape is the most universal.
- Biaxial Fiberglass with Carbon is stable and snappy.
- Engineered Core Construction - More efficient energy transfer edge to edge
- Sintered Base

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151-249mm
155-252mm
159-254mm
162-257mm
160W-260mm

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MiguelMas
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Location: US
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 190 lbs
Board Size: 164
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Reviews: 13

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"Great price, great ride." 3/7/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Handles speed very well, Rubber dampening reduces chatter, Playful but stable in the park
  • Cons:  None,

Experience:   I demoed a 159 Sierra Reverse Crew Sunday at Shakapalooza. I was really impressed. The board could really charge without feeling squirrelly. It also handled the big booters in the TopFlight park at Steven's Pass really well. I felt really confident taking them biguns on the board. The board was also really playful while doing tail/nose presses and other flatland tricks. To get to the park you had to cut through this kinda burly off piste area. Contained chop, rocks, moguls, softer snow then to groomed. You also had to bomb this area as to not lose speed. This board handled that garbage rather solidly. I took home a 155 and Iabsolutely love riding the thing. Been my go to board since.....

Comments & Questions



MiguelMas
Just wanted t o update a little. I rode the 155 R Crew in almost a foot of pow on 3/9/2010 and was really impressed with how it handled the fresh. This board can really do it all!!!!

Ausved
Hey mate just wondering for size, what do you weight? I noticed you took home a smaller board then you demoed:)

Shadowrak
I am also interested in an answer to what Ausved asked.


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Reviews: 2

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"Oh... so that's what POP is!!!" 2/22/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Pop, Stability, Speed

Experience:   I've never ridden a reverse camber board before and wasn't sure what to expect. Reading up on reverse camber though it seems like some people complain that those kind of boards were unstable or didn't hold an edge very well. You certainly won't have any of those problems with the Sierra Reverse Crew. I strapped this baby on and was hauling down the mountain like I was in the Olympics. And the board was very stable at high speeds going over chopped snow. I did notice that my Sierra Crew was a little bit more stable and held an edge a bit better but the Reverse Crew still handled like a champ. Before taking the Reverse Crew out, I couldn't ollie over a penny if my life depended on it. Once I had this board on the mountain though, I was doing ollies all over the place. I wasn't doing ollies over cars or anything ridiculous like that but the board did make it a whole lot easier to pop up for jumps whether I was going off a ramp or just riding down the mountain. The board just kind of begs you to play with it. I was doing butters, 360's and tail presses down the mountain as well. I've done those before but on this board, they just seemed to be easier to pull off. All in all, if you're a rider that is progressing and starting to do jumps and starting to hit the park, this is a great board cause it just makes it easier to start doing all of the little tricks. Actually, I'm sure this board would be great for almost any rider... it's just like having a steady stream of fun tied to your feet.

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ryanballer
Totally agree i didnt buy this board off this site because i didnt know about it but i deff will buy my next board here.This board is fun. Fer sure

jeffno
Nice report, thanks. Definitely looking at a reverse camber board now.....

livetoskate06
awesome review i will def be picking this up as a second board now


Mike.M
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Location: US
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Height: 5'8
Weight: 165 lbs
Board Size: 157
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Member Points: 4967
Reviews: 60

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"Is this Really a reverse camber board?" 1/26/2010
Helpful Review?   (11) Yes    (2) No

  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Pros:  Great Turn Inititiation, Great Pop, Great Speed
  • Cons:  Stiff at Slow Speeds, Not a 57,

Experience:   Like my title says, I question if the sierra reverse crew is a rockered board. It has all the attributes of a cambered board, such as great turn capacity (cough cough burton hero), ability to go faster than i want to go at times, and ollie power galore. I literally ollied a slow sign flat ground even though my legs were exhausted. I found buttering and riding this board at middle to high speed was where the sierra reverse crew found its stride. If you are a slow techy type rider, I would recommend a softer reverse cambered board. If bigger jumps, long fast runs and bigger jibs are your fancy, than you will appreciate the performance in the sierra reverse crew. Can I add that the graphic is SICKKKKK and classy all at the same time?!

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JustinMX195Y
is it a good park board?

mattiaIBK
sugarbabe :D


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Location: AU
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Height: 6'0
Weight: 163 lbs
getting comfortable
Member Points: 84
Reviews: 2

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"Fast free delivery to Australia!" 6/10/2010
Helpful Review?   (7) Yes    (2) No

  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  looks great, cheap!, fast international delivery!

Experience:   there are 100+ reviews on here saying what a kick-ass board this is and if they dont convince you then i probably cant either, Im in australia and well the boards here are alot more expensive it seems, so i was probably going to have to spend $600 just for a decent board here anyway. so when i found this site i bought 3 Sierra boards and a set of bindings for that price and got free shipping too! the package was here(Sydney)in 1 week!
Eyedolon
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Location: US
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Height: 6'2
Weight: 155 lbs
Board Size: 158
resort powder rider
Member Points: 901
Reviews: 1

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"It's like a sports car." 3/1/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Light Weight, Stability, Speed
  • Cons:  Slick topsheet,

Experience:   I am an intermediate rider. I ride blues of any type, no park experience or expertise, none claimed. Prior to riding this board I have ridden a 2009 NeverSummer Legacy-R and a 2009 GNU Park Pickle - which was ridden same day. Bindings used were 2009 Burton Missions, with 2009 32 Prion boots. Rider is 6'2, 155lbs. I rode this board at Stevens Pass for two days. Conditions were very warm, bright, with relatively recent snowfall that quickly deteriorated in the heat. Coming from MTX, the first run felt unsure, like I had trouble initiating turns. This was definitely just in comparison to the GNU - I had no trouble the rest of the time. The only other issue I experienced was with the beautiful topsheet. Without a stomp pad, any time I was skating and my boot had a chance to slide off the board, it did so. Neither of my other boards do anything like this. Just annoying. This board is fast. I need to give a fair comparison with my NS, but I would hazard this board might be faster. It's also extremely stable, I never felt like the board wasn't able to go faster. Due to the light weight I was getting kicked around pretty hard in chop - it doesn't power through like the heavy boards. It doesn't appear to float as well in powder as the BTX board, but it doesn't sink immediately either. The loose feeling of BTX isn't apparent in this board - once I set my edge that was that. If I could change anything about this board, I'd give it variable sidecut. This board is almost exactly what I love in boards. It's light like my Park Pickle and stable like my Legacy. It doesn't skimp in either regards. I was able to get my first legit tail press riding this board - it's not too stiff to play around on. The topsheet is VERY attractive, especially if you like understated, subtle style. The gray-looking stripes you can barely see in the pictures are actually black - where the whole board is glossy, those stripes are matte. The end result is subtle but wildly attractive.

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Harrishiski
is this board better then the sierra stunt? I bought a RC over it, just wanted an opinion

The Chez
The Stunt and the RC are two different beasts. The Stunt is softer and more for playing in the park. The RC is more of an all mountain board. They're both fun but different.


Boarderin
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Location: AT
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Height: 5'7
Weight: 120 lbs
Board Size: 157
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Member Points: 1740
Reviews: 22

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"Rockalicious.... OOOOHHHH YES!!!" 2/8/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  ROCKALICIOUS, Pop, Lift in Powder
  • Cons:  too soft for really really heavy wet chunky snow, top sheet scratches easily,

Experience:   Dear Sierra, you are the coolest for having this board created! I didnt know that it was possible to have a short freestyle board which is insanely fun to jib on, but also kills the powder (deeeeeep powder!!). Normally I would have grabbed my 156 Skate Banana for the meter of fresh powder we got last weekend, but my boyfriend told me if you loved me, you would let me use the LibTech... since I ditched him for 7 weeks to go to Bruizapalooza, I figured I had something to make up to him. So I took the Sierra Rockalicious and gave him the Banana (thinking that I was about to drown in the powder on a 152 board...) LITTLE DID I KNOW that the Rockalicious just rocked my world in the backcountry, on the trails, in the park and everything in between!! I mean, I never expected to discover this kind of connection, I didnt know that it existed... I have been neglecting my other boards now... I’m spending hours at work longing to get out onto the Rockalicious... I smile randomly during business meetings when I remember the feeling of floating down the snowy slopes... My boyfriend is actually jealous of my love to this board. I cant deny it though, it is really something special for me when I get to strap the bindings on...

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mattiaIBK
sugarbabe :D


airik
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Location: US
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Height: 5'6
Weight: 145 lbs
Board Size: 152
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Reviews: 20

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"Rocker board that can carve" 2/1/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Manufactured by Burton, Great for progression, Support Sierra!

Experience:   We had the new sierra reverse crew shipped directly to our bruizzapalooza event at steamboat and it was pretty cool to jump on a board direct from the factory. There has been a lot of excitement these last few weeks as we waited for this board which is similar to the burton v rocker snowboard. The conditions were 6-8 inches of steamboat, co light powder on top of some crud. The reverse camber/rocker on the reverse crew allowed me to float through the powder with ease. Once on the groomers the edge hold was that of a the traditional crew and custom. When I pointed the board strait down to pick up speed the board accelerate and allowed me to go very fast, it held it's stiffness (didn't chatter) and held it's edge when laying down a hard turn. Freestyle riding: the theory behind the reverse camber is to help riders in the park and riding switch. This board helps both in freestyle AND freeride/all mountain. It's stiffness and edgehold allows it to hold a carve, yet the rocker let's you progress in freestyle. As mike says in his review, this board really covers all the needs for every rider. I rode the 151 with black burton mission bindings, I'm going to put my cartels on next time as the big strap on the missions were hard to get the teeth to catch when starting to ratchet.

Comments & Questions



panther
How much do you weigh and do you think 151 was a good size for your weight?

mlouis
what burton board is this modelled after?

jerry000
is it a rocker?


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"160wDirectional + Powder=WIN" 4/23/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Pros:  Floats thru Heavy Powder, Blasts thru chop, Stable at High Speeds

Experience:   WoW...just WoW. I thought my Burton Malolo was great in powder until I took the Sierra Reverse Crew 160w out to Squaw. This board floats very well and I needed it because the snow was fresh, but heavy. I wear a size 10.5 boot, but wanted a wider board for extra float. Turn initiation was a little slow, but held turns very nicely. Super stoked! Thanks Sierra!

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eazy
hey, can u say whats your weight and height?cuz i want to buy 160w...


highlife0422
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Height: 6'3
Weight: 180 lbs
Board Size: 159
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Reviews: 8

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"Decent Ride" 4/6/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Rocker Tech for staying afloat in Pow, Repping Sierra,
  • Cons:  Heavier than Burton Custom V-Rocker, Not stable at high speeds,

Experience:   I haven't actually weighed the two against each other, but having held both I think the Reverse Crew is a little heavier than the V-Rocker. Other than that its a fun board for cruising through powder. It stays afloat and swishes with ease. When I let it loose on the groomers though I found myself constantly adjusting to stay upright at high speeds. I could still bomb it, but it wasn't quite as relaxing as 65 mph on a cambered board. Overall a good all-around board for intermediate boarders, but if you're looking for ridiculous flex or a board for straight lining... this one isn't for you.

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desquicia2
i like this!

jsquid526
I'm not surprised its heavier than a custom v-rocker since the design is based on the burton process v-rocker, I would be more interested in a comparison of this to the process


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Height: 5'10
Weight: 175 lbs
Board Size: 156
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"fuuuuuun " 5/28/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Really fun for buttering, holds strong in choppy stuff, pop
  • Cons:  struggles on icy steep runs,

Experience:   I went up to snowbird utah today to do some freeriding on my new Reverse Crew 159. For a reverse camber board it held an edge pretty well, but struggled a little bit on steep icy groomers. I usually straight these so it wasn't a big deal. Buttering was so easy and smooth and this board has amazing pop. I wouldn't recommend this to the most technical all mountain rider, just the one who want's to goof around and have a lot of fun.

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sdip12
does this board chip easily around the edges?i have that problem with my current board

julius77
The topsheet chips.



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