Signal Snowboards 2010-2011

04 Feb, 2010


As one of the few snowboard companies with their own factory building snowboards in the United States, Signal Snowboards continues to build boards based around the fun factor.  From their insanely soft park rocker to their reverse camber omni, they have rocker boards for a variety of riders but also continue to build traditional camber boards like the OG Series.

For 2010-2011, Signal has added some wide models to the Omni, OG and Park Rocker making the boards accessible for all boot sizes.

Signal Park Rocker

Features:  Standard Profiled poplar core, sintered silkscreened base material, silk-screened gloss top, biaxial glass on bottom and triaxial glass on the top of core, clear windows to the core, three stage rocker provides fluid control/making technical tricks easier and smoother:  flat between your feet (acts as a small board when standing flat over this section), stage two roll (rolls up to 10 degrees to stage three, creates as a pivot point when transferring from stage one to stage three), flat spot in stage three.

Sizes:  148, 152, 154, 156, 158 and 154W

Signal Omni

Features:  silkscreened matte top sheet, camber between your feet and rocker from feet to tip and tail, silkscreened sintered base material, directional and twin (directional longer nose than tail, twin nose and tail widths, twin radial sidecut meets at the center), triaxial glass on top, biaxial glass on the bottom, poplar core with standard profile.

Sizes:  150, 153, 156, 159, 162, 156W, 162W

Signal Omni Dave

Features:  silkscreened matte top sheet, camber between your feet and rocker from feet to tip and tail, silkscreened sintered base material, directional and twin (directional longer nose than tail, twin nose and tail widths, twin radial sidecut meets at the center), triaxial glass on top, biaxial glass on the bottom, poplar core with standard profile.

Sizes:  159

Signal Park Series

Features:  silkscreened gloss top, clear windows to the core, biaxial glass on the top and bottom of the core, sintered, diecut base will rotate with three colors, poplar core with park profile.

Sizes:  134, 142, 146, 150, 152, 154, 156, 158

Signal Park Jake

Features:  silkscreened gloss top, clear windows to the core, biaxial glass on the top and bottom of the core, sintered, diecut base will rotate with three colors, poplar core with park profile.  The Park 150 comes in a special colorway for Jake olsen-elm.  This board has the same geometry that the standard park 150 has, just a special graphic option for the size he rides.

Sizes:  150

Signal OG Series

Features:   Hand painted graphics so no two topsheets are the same, poplar core with mountain profile, dual independent sidecut centered off inserts and meets at the waist, directional, triaxial glass on the top with biaxial glass on the bottom, inserts set back one half inch, flotsam and jetsam sintered base, every board is one of a kind.

Sizes:  151, 153, 155, 155W, 157, 159, 159W, 163, 163W

Signal OG Hammer

Features:   Hand painted graphics so no two topsheets are the same, poplar core with mountain profile, dual independent sidecut centered off inserts and meets at the waist, directional, triaxial glass on the top with biaxial glass on the bottom, inserts set back one half inch, flotsam and jetsam sintered base, every board is one of a kind.  The OG Hammer is a special colorway for Hammer.

Sizes:  151

Signal OG Duff

Features:   Hand painted graphics so no two topsheets are the same, poplar core with mountain profile, dual independent sidecut centered off inserts and meets at the waist, directional, triaxial glass on the top with biaxial glass on the bottom, inserts set back one half inch, flotsam and jetsam sintered base, every board is one of a kind.  The OG Duff is a special colorway for Duff.

Sizes:  159

Signal Vita Park Rocker

Features:  silkscreened gloss top, clear windows to the core, sintered, diecut bases that rotate colors, poplar core with standard profile, biaxial glass on the bottom and top of the core, three stage rocker provides fluid control/making technical tricks easier and smoother:  flat between your feet (acts as a small board when standing flat over this section), stage two roll (rolls up to 10 degrees to stage three, creates as a pivot point when transferring from stage one to stage three), flat spot in stage three.

Sizes:  143, 147, 153

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17 Comments

  1. February 04, 2010

    Shay, any changes to the Signal Omni line for ’11?

  2. February 04, 2010

    Man I miss the old Dave Lee lib tech models. The designs are too unoriginal… will have to ride one though

  3. Francis
    February 04, 2010

    Thanks Shay,
    Later this year will like to know more between;
    Signal Omni 159cm
    CAPiTA BSOD 159cm
    YES 159cm …
    Will be difficult to decide myselft in these 3 All Mountain Machine for 2011.
    Francis

  4. February 04, 2010

    Shralp, doesn’t appear to be different other than the Dave version addition to the line.

    Francis, you’ll want to ride all of them I guarantee that. I’ve ridden all 3 and they are all exceptional, tough choices.

  5. February 04, 2010

    I hart signal, mike and dave. jake is pretty.

  6. February 04, 2010

    I heart Hart! Miss you boy and I’m coming to Seattle soon!

  7. February 05, 2010

    SIGNALS BREAK BY HAND

  8. lucas
    February 27, 2010

    any changes on the parkrocker?

  9. SAmuel
    March 28, 2010

    -the OG series is reverse camber or not?
    -the park seris and park Jake are reverse camber?

  10. March 28, 2010

    I just added the features for each board, sorry about not including that earlier.

    Lucas, it looks like there are some changes on the park rocker. Let me find out specifics.

    Samuel, OG series continues to be camber and the park series is camber as well. The Omni is reverse camber (rocker & camber) and the Park Rocker and Vita Rocker are the three stage rocker.

  11. JL
    April 09, 2010

    Hey Shay, got some questions regarding the OG. Do you know if the different sizes will have different colour combos (ie. like this years og)? Any shots of the base? Tech and spec wise it looks unchanged from this year….right?

  12. April 10, 2010

    JL, the OG will continue to be handpainted topsheets so no two are the same just like this year. The base has the same design with the signal logo and different colors. Doesn’t appear as though anything changed on the OG.

  13. Ben
    April 14, 2010

    Hey Shay. Do you know if this year’s park rocker is going to have the same soft flex as the 2009-10 model did? And do you know where to purchase these boards when they’re released? Like, websites (i.e. Sierra Snowboard, The-House.Com)?

  14. Spencer
    May 19, 2010

    The graphics on the regular OG are sick!

  15. sleeves
    June 15, 2010

    i’ve got the 09-10 omni in limited edition red 156. easily the most responsive all mountain board i’ve ridden.

    can’t believe i managed to get it for a steal too.

  16. Anita
    September 16, 2010

    Hey Shay
    What’s your take on the Vita Park and Vita Rocker. I’m intermediate rider, last year’s ride was 2010 Burton Lipstick, which i absolutely love. Thought I’d try somethin a lil different this year, and give my boys in HB a looksie. Keepin it local.

    THANKS !

  17. Boaz
    October 21, 2010

    Damn, those Omni and OG seem awesome :D. I think I’m going to buy one next season.