Bringing a distinctive freestyle flavor to everything the mountain has to offer, the Salomon Women's Rumble Fish Snowboard refuses to be categorized as merely a park board, extending its freestyle prowess to the mountain's natural hits and cliffs where balance, snap, and stability are key to clearing obstacles and stomping heavy landings. It's based off the award-winning Assassin, which is the go-to choice for Salomon team riders taking their deep bag of tricks to noteworthy shred locations like Hokkaido and the Alps. Designed as a mid-flexing, twin-shaped board, the Rumble Fish looks like a standard freestyle deck on paper, meaning you'd probably peg it as yet another park board. Salomon actually reserves their park and jib exclusivity for the likes of the Gypsy and Oh Yeah, deciding to focus on all-terrain freestyle mastery for the Rumble Fish. Wanna start out the day banking turns between tight trees on your quest for powder' No problem. How about launch thirty footers in the park on a sunny spring afternoon' Handles it like a boss. Maybe just cruise some laps with friends while arcing beautiful turns on fresh corduroy' Got it under control. Ultimately, it's a highly capable board that's only limited by your own creativity and riding skills. The Rumble Fish's versatility across the mountain is primarily due to its versatile twin shape combined with Salomon's Rock Out Camber. This board profile is a 50/50 mix between camber and rocker delivering the best characteristics of both. It's totally flat between the bindings for a bit less catch and more stability on landings, transitioning to cambered zones under each binding for powerful snap and locked-in carves directly underfoot. After the binding zones, the board transitions to a healthy dose or rocker at the tips to prevent it from submerging beneath fresh powder and leaving you helplessly stranded.