Built for freeride versatility, this carve-hungry deck boasts grippy serrated edges that easily slice through chunks and provide a solid hold on hardpack. Back for a second year in a row as a winner, Kaitlyn Farrington's pro-model boasts a new shape, and comes dialed with playful hybrid camber. "Very solid handling with a lot of life in it, this deck is super poppy and an awesome stick to get crafty on the mountain!" said one tester, who also proclaimed the Klassy to be best deck of the test. The directional shape has a pow-friendly setback stance, a medium flex, and cruisy profile that puts rocker in the center, then camber underfoot. Our testers felt like they could rally over any terrain and could do so in a lively, fun manner. All the feels, for a price that's won't make you rob a bank.
Camber: Hybrid—camber with early-rise nose and tail
Shape: Directional Twin
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)