Atomic Board Flex Rating: 3: Atomic's Flex Ratings go from 2 (soft) to 8 (stiff), so this board is on the lower end of stiffness. Softer boards require less muscle to turn, and will be smooth and stable at a lower range of speeds. Soft snowboards are also much easier to manhandle in the halfpipe and terrain park. At a rating of 3, this rider would most likely be a beginner to intermediate rider, or a more advanced rider looking for a fun, easy terrain park board.
Atomic Women's Snowboards: Want to compare this board to some of the other Women's Boards from Atomic? Check out or Learn Center to see how it stacks up!
Atomic's Pop Rocker ET (Easy Turn): Atomic Pop Rocker ET is the best rocker profile for the snowboarders who are just learning, as the rockered sections in the tip and tails make the board easier to turn (requires less power from the rider), and also make the tips and tails virtually immune to edge catching. For riders looking to gain confidence, this is definitely the rocker of choice from Atomic.
4400 Easy Care Extruded Base This base type is highly durable, requires very little maintenance and will keep your board sliding nicely down the mountain. Since a lot of people ask, when we say "very little maintenance" that pretty much means get your ride tuned once preseason and you're good to go.
3 Degree (Easy to Ride) Bevel: The 3 degree bevel minimizes edge catching and builds confidence via a shortened learning curve.
Truth 1 Wood Core Truth1 uses 100% Poplar for a consistent flex tip-to-tail, and long-term durability.
Biaxal Sandwich Construction: While stiffer than a Cap construction snowboard, this Biax Sandwich board is torsionally soft to help the rider manhandle the board and gain confidence.
Twin Progressive Sidecut: The sidecut used in most (good) park boards, a Twin Progressive sidecut lets you get in and out of turns quickly and easily. This sidecut is best for spinning, jumping, riding switch and just playing around in general--and they are worst at railing icy groomers at Mach 5.