Collab with The Interior Plain Project
Each season we join forces with a brand, crew, or person(s) that defines what our definition of the soul of snowboarding is. In the past, it’s been artists, crews, boarders with brands outside of the snowboard world, and brands within snowboarding. Commonalities we see time and again are passion, creativity, and tenacity… an understanding that progression and success aren’t handed out on silver platters. This season we have the pleasure of partnering with Interior Plain Project! No stranger to producing boards, the admiration we have for Pete and everyone involved with IPP runs deep! The attention to detail and layers that go into everything they do is second to none; and we’re SO excited to collaborate and be a part of another layer together, brace yourself for “Man-Mad Horrors”!
The capsule collection "Man-Made Horrors” manifested from humans becoming their own worst enemies. “Humanity has an inherent reputation to destroy themselves with the very things they create. Whether we acknowledge it or not, we’re all our own worst enemy” - Justin Theroux (link ig/website). In collaboration with Dallas Currie (link ig/website) the vision is lead by a photographic juxtaposition of man succumbing to their own inventions right between the feet. The digestive-like worm floods the top sheet emulating complete embodiment. The nose and tail hark a metaphorical middle finger towards the constant drive to be accepted. Finally finished with homage to all the IPP pilots and the unique group of riders who choose to take their own line. - all in all: be yourself.
Artist // Justin Theroux @TherouxDesign & Dallas Currie @DallasCurrie
Flex = 5
You want pop? you got it. You want the feel of your nose and tail stretching out to the contact points… got that too. Your ol’ pal Camber knows no boundaries; from the park, to the pow, and the street, this profile can handle it all.
A flexible fiberglass layup that is used on the top and bottom of the cores in most of the DWD boards. AKA, Biax/Biax
A denser than average extruded base that rivals most sintered bases on the market. It requires less waxing, and is easily maintained if damaged by nicks and scrapes.
Based on a single radius from contact point to contact point. This style produces one evenly arced turn.
The nose and tail length are the same with sidecut and insert packs that are centered between the contact points.