Omatic Snowboards 2010-2011

20 Apr, 2010


Omatic marches steadily into the future as a company for the riders by riders and they won’t BS their way into your heads.  Since Omatic was introduced to the public they’ve developed with the changes, seen riders come and go but continued to be about having a fun ride built with honesty.  With legendary Todd Richards behind the company and Louie Vito flipping and spinning his way through contests, it’s no surprise they have boards that can handle some tough riding.

New for 10-11, Omatic moved their snowboard production from China to Austria’s Elan Factory and the BS Technology is a bit more mellow/subdued than last year’s introduction.  More boards feature the BS technology like the Louie Vito Celebrity, Extr-TXTR and women’s Disco.

Omatic Louie Vito Celebrity

Features:  True twin shape is a high performance ride that helps put Mr Vito on the contest podium and features Sintered BS Tech base, dualslant sidewall technology, triaxial fiberglass matrix, dualBEAM carbon laminates, clevercore technology, triradial sidecut technology, men’s park flex pattern.

Sizes:  148, 152, 155, 158, 161

Omatic Extr-TXTR

Features:  It will help you butcher the park like your fingers butcher the english language!  Park Twin tip design features sintruded BS tech base, vertwall sidewall technology, triaxial fiberglass matrix, ibeam carbon laminates, intelligentcore technology, triradial sidecut technology, men’s park flex pattern.

Sizes:  149, 151, 154, 157, 160

Omatic Extr-TXTR Base

Omatic Sweet

Features:  This technically advanced board synthesizes rider input and terrain variation to create a perfectly balanced ride with features like sintered base, dualslant sidewall technology, triaxial fiberglass matrix, dualbeam carbon laminates, clevercore technology, triradial sidecut technology, men’s freestyle flex pattern.

Sizes:  150, 154, 157, 160

Omatic Awesome

Features:  Captain Todd Richards on board with nothing but the best in one board, TR’s board features sintered base, camber, dualslant sidewall technology, triaxial fiberglass matrix, powerbeam carbon/kevlar laminates, smartcore technology, triradial sidecut technology, men’s freestyle flex pattern.

Sizes:  153, 155, 156, 158W, 159W

Omatic Awesome Base

Omatic Boron

Features:  Omatics vast crew of abusive, demanding, hard-riding  am-bassadors take to the boron and beat the living hell out of it for omatic’s field testing so they know it’s legit.  The boron features twin directional design, camber, sintruded base, vertwall sidewall technology, biaxial fiberglass matrix, xbeam carbon laminates, intelligent technology, dualradial sidecut technology, men’s freeride/freestyle flex pattern.

Sizes:  146, 148, 151, 154, 156W, 157, 160, 162W

Omatic Disco (Women’s)

Features:  Inspired by Chanelle this twinish board is high performance built for all mountain riding with a sintered BS Tech base, dualslant sidewall technology, triaxial fiberglass matrix, powerBEAM carbon/kevlar laminates, SMARTcore technology, triradial sidecut technology, women’s freestyle flex pattern.

Sizes:  143, 147, 150, 153

Omatic Benatar

Features:  It’s packed with all the features to make it badass!  Features include twin directional design, camber, sintruded base, vertwall sidewall technology, xbeam carbon laminates, intelligent core technology, dual radial sidecut technology, women’s freeride flex pattern.

Sizes:  144, 147, 149, 152, 155

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Shay

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4 Comments

  1. e
    April 21, 2010

    BS had to change to be able to produce it.

  2. Mala
    June 12, 2010

    What’s that black board to the right of the boron?

  3. June 14, 2010

    Mala, that is the Omatic Awesome the graphic looks different the way light hits it.