I've been riding a 2016 Spaceblanket AirCore this whole past season at the cable so let me give you my honest opinion. I was hesitant about camber until Erik Ruck let me try his board one day at the cable...
Kickers are amazing on this board. The camber keeps your weight even the whole way up so I never find myself charging up a kicker back foot heavy and coming off all goofy. I honestly get more air off kickers than I have any other board and the landing are awesome!!
Riding any type of rail it easy between all the surface area and the giant flat spot from the camber you basically feel locked on, it's almost too easy!!
Now for what I didn't like...
Nose/tail presses. The tip and tail of the board curve up a lot so it makes rocking ito a press kinda hard in my opinion. Also is when I want to tip or tail slide a rail I always found myself slipping off easy once again because of how much the tips angle up it was hard to get locked on and stay on.
Would I make it my all day every day cable board? Probably not but if you want something you can use on boat and cable then it's definitely worth it.
What I did notice was the board in 2016 was marketed as boat and cable, this year all they changed was the graphics but Ronix lists it as just a boat board.
Last edited by DrewLongshore; 11-05-2016 at 6:47 PM.
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