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Signal Omni

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Sierra Says: Built for freestyle versatility, this "rockered" snowboard is a blast all around the resort. A directional twin shape will give you the edge on most terrain types, while Signal's exclusive Wavelength camber system adds a whole new element of skate-inspired fun. On top of that, the wax-lusting sintered base and carbon torsion bars in the core pull this board together to create an all-mountain freestyle instant favorite. We recommend this board for any rider that loves the terrain park, but isn't afraid to think off of the box as well.

Signal says: This board is all things to all mountain riders! Rocker and camber blended together create Wavelength tec... More ?

Base color may very.

  - Directional Twin
- Poplar/Aspen Woodcore
- Carbon Torsion Bars
- Sintered Base
- Wavelength Technology
- Triax over Biax Laminates
- Radial Sidecut

Waist Widths:
150cm = 240mm
153cm = 243mm
156cm = 248mm
159cm = 253mm

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Height: 5'9
Weight: 180 lbs
Board Size: 155
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"Signal Omni - 2010" 7/1/2009
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Groomers,Powder,Rails
  • Pros:  Popular model, Great value, Popular on mountain
  • Cons:  Sluggish

Experience:   This board is an all mountain board and is a very easy board to ride with a very damp feel and forgiving ride. When riding the board on the hard pack the board absorbs much of the vibration that other boards do not and helps to keep the rider centered due to the between the feet camber. The Omni does give quite a bit of control when carving and on edge and this control is very predictable from the smooth flex patterns of the board. The Omni is the exclusive representative of Signal's Wavelength Technology; the traditional camber between the feet helps lock on to boardslides and lipslides while the reverse camber allows for a buttery feel when pressing out the nose and tail. The wave design helps the nose and tail of the board to flex up as the cambered area of the board between the feet is pressured which results in a nice floaty feel in the pow. The board's press shape although may sound like the Burton "S" Rocker it is very different in many ways. It is a rocker that may get the nose to float but in a board that is much more twin and freestyle oriented. The flex is very simple and predictable, yet lacks the pop that I look for in a board designed for advanced riding styles. The Omni does float in the pow at lower speeds which is nice, but it does not have a large amount of rebound when flexed backwards. For me it is not the board to push your big airs to the next level due to the soft pop even though it will be a good board to pull out a not so smooth aerial maneuver. The vertical side wall on the board acts as an energy sponge that eats up unwanted edge vibration and in turn creates an additional lose of energy exerted into the board from the rider. Overall this is a good board that is innovative and unique in many aspects of board construction made from one of the smaller USA snowboard manufacturers. The Omni could be a great all mountain board for a novice to intermediate rider, or a rider that likes a mellow riding deck.

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mathwiz172
this is actually a very helpful review.... thanks


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Height: 5'7
Weight: 155 lbs
Board Size: 156
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"Do It All Board!" 4/14/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,High Speeds,Jibs,Jumps,Low Speeds,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Versatile , Simple but catchy design, VERY FAMOUS in So Cal!
  • Cons:  Heavy,

Experience:   This mustache shaped board is sick!! After a long series of struggles on what stick to get, I finally decided to purchase Omni. Thank goodness, I picked an awesome board! Throw anything on this board, whether it be jibs, carving, butters, switch, or jump, this stick can and will accommodate all of it with open arms! The flex is just right (for me) as tail press comes so effortlessly. The board also handles pretty well on high speeds. Easy turns and all that..I used it at Heavenly and Star, WOW! I was highly amazed! I never had the guts to do jumps before, but I can honestly claim that Omni made me comfortable executing better jumps! I couldn't ollie over an ant, but with this board, I can now ollie over 4-5 ants on top of one another!! Get it! You'll love it!!! and if you're from So Cal, you'll get TONS of props since this board's very popular in Mt. High/Bear..
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"Signal's Hidden Gem" 2/22/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Rocker done right, Super beefy sidewalls, No edge gimmicks
  • Cons:  A little on the heavy side, Could be a little stiffer,

Experience:   Okay, so I bought this board after demoing a couple Never Summer boards with camber between the inserts and rocker at the tips. I loved those boards but wanted something within my budget, and Signal really hit the spot dead on. Camber between the feet give the stability, pop, and predictability we have all come to know and love, but the upward rocker at the tips (and the junction from rocker to camber midway at the inserts) gives the board a suitable amount of play, and this just gives a great combination of stability+maneuverability. It's an easy going board that is a joy all over the mountain. It's a little on the soft side so it does great jibbing too. Oh and this thing is built like a tank- it has something close to 10 45 sidewalls, but the 10 portion extends further up. Another small thing I really appreciate is the top sheet; it's not laminated but instead has a kind of matte coating that gives superior grip without a stomp pad, so no more slipping on snow a little riding off the lift. Signal has won me over and I'll definitely be looking into their offerings from now on.
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Height: 5'6
Weight: 130 lbs
Board Size: 150
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"Great" 7/20/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Nice Pop, Light, Looks great

Experience:   This mustache shaped board is sick!! After a long series of struggles on what stick to get, I finally decided to purchase Omni. Thank goodness, I picked an awesome board! Throw anything on this board, whether it be jibs, carving, butters, switch, or jump, this stick can and will accommodate all of it with open arms! The flex is just right (for me) as tail press comes so effortlessly. The board also handles pretty well on high speeds. Easy turns and all that..I used it at Heavenly and Star, WOW! I was highly amazed! I never had the guts to do jumps before, but I can honestly claim that Omni made me comfortable executing better jumps! I couldn't ollie over an ant, but with this board, I can now ollie over 4-5 ants on top of one another!! Get it! You'll love it!!! and if you're from So Cal, you'll get TONS of props since this board's very popular in Mt. High/Bear..
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Height: 6'1
Weight: 159 lbs
Board Size: 156
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"Wowwwwww" 7/31/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  High Speeds,Park,Switch Riding
  • Pros:  Handles powder well, Rocker gives means rails/ollies were much easier,
  • Cons:  Not as flexible as presumed,

Experience:   My first preference was the top of the line signal rocker, but after purchasing the omni i was amazed at the little differences after riding my mates top of the line board, and paid a lot more for so little. The amount of pop for ollies and riding rails is unbelievable, but without sacrificing the all round mountain capabilities of the board.
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Weight: 185 lbs
Board Size: 156-160
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"great board for the money" 4/20/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Carving,Groomers,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Powder
  • Pros:  Stable, nice edge,

Experience:   I bought the board because of the camber, made in the usa and because they seem very durable. So far the board has been great and two of friends that took runs on mine both bought one.I have ridden it both on spring like days and in powder, it has earned its spot in my line up. In the park it handles rails and jumps with ease. You can not go wrong for this price!
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Board Size: 150
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"Sick board" 3/28/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  fairly light, Handmade in the USA, centered stance
  • Cons:  NONE,

Experience:   I just go this board about a week ago and unfortunatly ive only been able to do some carpet boarding with it, but it feels super poppy. Like I said it's handmade in the Lodge factory in SoCal. Super nice quality board. Highly reccomended. I will post another review when I ride it next week out in Colorado.
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"rides like a charm" 3/24/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Butters,Groomed,High Speeds,Jumps,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  superior control everywhere, absorbs unwanted interference like a charm, very nice price point
  • Cons:  a little soft on jumps,

Experience:   i bought this board about a month ago after reading some reviews on it at various avenues. i knew i was definitely making a good decision when the guy who answered the phone to take my order started gushing the merits of this board soon as i told him it was the Chosen One. anyway, on to those merits. i also got a pair of burton c60 bindings at the same time, so those probably skewing my data a bit. but this board really just amazed me from the second i strapped in. moves quick, and feels to me like i can turn far sharper than on my gnu chb btx, despite not being fully rockered. i also feel far better control over lumps and bumps all over the mountain, as well as feel them less. at high speeds, it feels stable. it does lack a little in the jumping department as i found that i could get higher and farther on my forum youngblood than on the omni (both are 156). however, landing that jump felt far more stable than it does on the gnu. in powder, didn't take monstrous effort to keep the nose up even though i was riding centered. i don't really do much jibbing or halfpipe, so i don't think it can give a completely fair description in those areas. overall, i found this to be the best board i've owned to date and i'm even thinking of buying a second deck just in case something happens to this one. some may say it could be a bit advanced for a beginner, but i think it would be a great step up from any rental and would definitely help a newer rider gain confidence while at the same time still provide a decent platform for a more advanced rider to progress with. and especially at the current price point, that makes it one of the best buys that sierra offers imo.
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Board Size: 157
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"Awesome Board " 3/18/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Pop, Tons of float , awesome
  • Cons:  medium-soft flex ,

Experience:   I just got this board this February and I love it. Excels in powder and groomed runs, fun and nimble for the park, tons a float for those pow days. The wavelength design is amazing, giving you pop when you want and that loose feel for when you want to have some fun. Went to Valdez, AK for spring break and was riding in waist deep powder and didn't nose it in or get mad leg burn all day. Its a directional twin so it rides good both switch and regular and is stable at high speeds. I would recommend this board for intermediate to advanced riders looking for a great all around board.
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"Great Board" 3/7/2010
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  • Name: Signal Omni
  • Skill:  Beginner
  • Pros:  Easy, Fun,

Experience:   I went out for the first time yesterday on this board and it was A LOT of fun. I had rental boots because the boots I ordered didn't fit me but it was still really easy to ride this board. I only started snowboarding this year(6 times total), so I am ok at best, but taking it down the black diamond was 5x easier than when I went down it with a rental board. I could curve real easy, and never felt like I didn't have an edge(unless I was in the air). I am in the process of learning ollies, riding switch, buttering, so I can't say how it performed in that, but I did think I got a decent amount of air on my ollies. Great board. I am a careful buyer and always seems to have buyers remorse(in fact almost returned it before even putting the bindings on), but I am really happy with this product. It is also nice to have a board from a smaller company as you are supporting smaller businesses and not everyone has one.

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