The Elan Inverse is a men's freestyle snowboard with a rocker-camber-rocker profile. The snowboard has a twin shape, and medium flex.
The Elan Inverse is a freestyle snowboard with a twin board shape. This board will excel at tricks, whether you never leave the park or jib and jab across the mountain. The twin shape allows you to land in any direction.
This snowboard has a rocker-camber-rocker profile. The camber of the snowboard will allow for controlled, clean carving on groomers, and good "pop" in the park. While the rockered tips will give it good float in powder and jibbing ability in the park.
The Elan Inverse has a twin board shape, meaning that the tail and nose width measurements of the snowboard are exactly identical to each other. A twin tip board is great for normal or "switch" riding.
The Inverse has a middle ground flex, bringing together the best of both a soft and stiff flex. The board will be moderately receptive to bending, but still maintain stability at higher speeds. This type of flex will be well suited for a freestyle rider.
The "2 x 4" mounting system consists of holes placed in a 2cm x 4cm pattern to which you will mount your bindings. This is the most common mounting system used across the snowboard industry.