The Warpig is a wildcard, and it played well in the featured terrain at Carinthia. Flat from its tapered tail through the front contact points, before kicking into early-rise toward its large snout, this is not a traditional park board in any sense of that term. The 'Pig is intended to be sized down from your typical ride by around six centimeters. It has a distinctly skateboard-like feel that makes you want to find pockets of tranny and approach features creatively. And if you get bored on manicured terrain, it'll rip the whole mountain with that same unique sense of imagination—it also won a Good Wood award in the all-mountain category. Some testers noted that its atypical shape made it more ideal as part of a quiver than a daily driver, mentioning that where Warpig fell short was quite literally in its stubby tail, that they felt lacked the snap of one of traditional length. One tester who also happens to help run the park program at Carinthia was especially impressed with the Warpig. "This board has an awesome, unique shape and a nice medium flex with plenty of pop, with a nice, even flex. The shape made some maneuvers interesting and challenging, but to my surprise pressing was easy and it rode quite stable," he explained.
Length (cm) –Waist Width (cm)
148 — 26.0
154 — 27.0
Camber: Hybrid—flat to rocker in the tip and tail
Shape: Tapered directional
(Flex is not standardized and differs by brand. The rating here is the best estimate of the board's flex.)