Originally Posted by Onebadssv
One of the owners of the shop where I bought my nomad and Kruz is actually the reason I bought the two boards. He personally rides a nomad a Kruz and a Ronix one and everything he said on the nomad made it a no brainier. He said he gets the biggest air off the nomad due to the length of the board and incline of the wake ramp. He also said he had ridden just about every board made including the camber boards and that it is more forgiving on big air and especially on choppy water.
Just other FYI info. I went back and fourth for weeks between the Kruz and the parks camber board and finally made my decision on the Kruz because so many people complained about the drag speed. I also heard to many people saying it's cool but it's so different that if you get used to riding front foot heavy like it requires that it throws off your balance riding non camber boards.
I agree, I hopped on my buddies timebomb last weekend and it threw me off. I was still able to ride and hit the wake fine. I did catch an edge on a landing unexpectedly being used to the camber. I dont think my balance was terribly thrown off though. I like the cambered boards though. On the cambered boards I don't seem to get hurt near as bad as i had on regular boards, I sprang my mcl last summer and caught an edge to where I was coughing up blood. Not sure if it is because of progression or the board itself though.