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Signal Park Rocker

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Sierra Says: The Park Rocker from Signal makes its come back for the 09/10 season. Don’t be fooled by the 3 stage extreme rocker, this all mountain freestyle board rocks it anywhere on the hill. Sometimes you just need something a little different to re-discover your love for freestyle riding. In that case, get on a Park Rocker and butter your heart out.
Signal Says: Signal’s own Three-Stage Park Rocker was introduced as a late release in 2008. Its unique design offers the latest technology for more fluid control under a variety of shred circumstances, making even the most technical tricks feel effortlessly smooth. You want this board! Stage One is continuous contact. This creates a level board through the bindings. It allows you to hold an edge without catching one. Stage One acts as a small board when you stand flat over this section. Stage Two rolls up ten degrees into Stage Three, the ‘flat spot’. Stage Two creates a pivot point when transferring from the level— or flat—area between the bindings and the ‘flat spot’ of Stage Three. Stage Two also acts as a secondary contact point when you are carving. These stages are engineered to give you more confidence when hitting rails and boxes. You will sit on presses like never before!

Base color may very.

  -Extruded Base IS4400
-Rocker Tech
-Duel Independent Sidecut
-Directional shape
-Tri-Axial Fiberglass
-Park Profile
-Poplar core
Waist Width:
- 148cm -
-152cm -
-154cm -
-156 cm -
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Location: US
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 170 lbs
Board Size: 155
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"Alex, I'll take - things you can't do with other snowboards for $169.50" 3/28/2010
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Rails
  • Pros:  Super Flexy, Easy Butters and Presses, Tons of Fun
  • Cons:  Not for High Speed Riding,

Experience:   The Signal Park Rocker is a snowboard to ride in the park. The boards design makes pressing and buttering super easy. In fact, the board is so flexible, a caveman could butter....
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 125 lbs
Board Size: 147
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Reviews: 54

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"WTF!!!" 2/20/2011
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Flex, Shape, Buttery, Switch Riding, Floats,
  • Cons:  Edge, Speed, Shape, Bigger Jumps,

Experience:   The shape of this board is ridculous, which makes it super buttery wit nice easy flex. Floats really nice on pow. But b/c the shape is so extreme, is not good for going too fast and landing bigger jumps. This is one of the funnest board I had ever rode on. Almost feels like I was cheating in the park jibbing and buttering.
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Height: 6'0
Weight: 220 lbs
Board Size: 159
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"The gumby of snowboards" 7/13/2010
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Rails
  • Pros:  flexible - any one can butter this, light - the lightest board I've ever ridden,
  • Cons:  sometimes unstable,

Experience:   I picked up this board last year after seeing the youtube videos of people pressing this and buttering this with ease. Everyone who had ridden it said it was one of the most fun boards they have ever ridden, and I would agree. For groomers and park riding, you can show off with butters and presses that make you look like a pro. For free riding, it is great as well, light and responsive. I wouldn't huck off a serious jump with it though as it could sketch out on you.
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"Sexy Flex" 4/15/2010
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Halfpipe,Rails
  • Pros:  Incredibly Soft Flex, Lightweight, Amazing pop.
  • Cons:  Sketchy, Only meant for small jumps,

Experience:   Signal's Park Rocker is as flexible as a rubber band. Butters and Manuals are irresistable on this board. Honestly, you lean forward just a bit, and your tail is up. This board is built for the rider who loves to make a lot of quick, intense runs in the park. The board is perfect for boxes and rails. If you like to throw in a few grabs or spins as you dismount, you'll want to buy this, since it's so lightweight. I myself, have managed to pull off some flat 360's and one flat 540 on this board because of how light it is. Now if you're the larger jump kind of rider or the mountain riding type of person, this board isn't too much of a good idea. The flex is way too soft for the larger jumps. No doubt, you can do them eventually, but it takes awhile to adjust because of the soft flex. Mountain riding also is a great annoyance as well. It's not very fast. The board is perfect for ripping through fresh powder, but typically very sketchy. But like all boards, as you keep using it, you'll get used to it. All in all, the pros outdue the cons. If you're the park rider, this is most definetly your board. Buy one quickly, because you're going to love it.
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 148 lbs
Board Size: 153
big features
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"awesome board" 4/14/2010
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Boxes,Rails
  • Pros:  good flex , big rocker tips,
  • Cons:  a pretty soft base ,

Experience:   the rocker on this is the biggest and least progresive in the buisiness. Big flat kick tips and a nice soft flex. the base is soft which is easy to fix but get some bigger scratches if u ride over rocks.
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Height: 5'7
Weight: 150 lbs
Board Size: 152
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"Sketchy....FUN!" 3/26/2010
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Loose, playful ride, Presses by default,
  • Cons:  Sketchy,

Experience:   Lean forward, and you'll be doing a nose press by default. The rocker is so extreme you can actually see it visibly even when riding. As expected, grip and edging on hard pack was pretty poor and even at moderate speeds it felt sketchy. Handled small jumps ok but anything bigger and it easy to revert when landing spins.
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"Ridiculous flex" 2/5/2010
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Rails
  • Pros:  flex, presses,
  • Cons:  high speed, landings,

Experience:   This is a very fun board. I don't know about signal's statment that's its an all mountain board, but it does what its meant to do well, presses are huge and buttering awesome. a very park oriented board.
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Rails
  • Pros:  flexy, light, easy to control
  • Cons:  dings easy, slow,

Experience:   best board i've been on. its super flexy, and although many people say its unstable at speeds, i never had that problem. maybe they weren't used to going fast. i found it was harder than any board i've riden to get it up to speed though. its good on a big hill, but when ur on a very flat hill, or right off the lift its annoyingly slow.
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"so much fun but be aware..." 12/13/2009
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Boxes,Rails
  • Pros:  super soft, light,
  • Cons:  horrible off jumps, horrible at high speeds,

Experience:   this thing does 2 things good. Boxes and rails. everything else not attempt unless u have medical insurance. This thing is so sketchy at high speeds. And off jumps good luck. it is way too soft for me but would be good for a quiver. someone who is looking for a rail specific board
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"Signal Park Rocker 2010" 10/24/2009
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  • Name: Signal Park Rocker
  • Skill:  Advanced
  • Use:  Boxes,Jumps,Rails
  • Pros:  Light, flexy, super easy to adjust to ,
  • Cons:  hard to come out of sketchy landings, really hard to land in a pipe,

Experience:   I honestly had one of the best times on this snowboard! I have only had the opportunity to ride two days this season at Mammoth, but the board performed extremely well! pressing on boxes and rails is ridiculously easy and fun, and the board is actually not bad at high speed either. For an advanced rider, this board will be easy to adjust to and fun to ride. Buy this board 2-4 cm longer than you would normally ride. this is probably not the best board to buy if you're only gonna have one though, landing a 40 to 65 foot kicker on this is gonna be difficult.

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