Season: 2021/22
 
Category: Splitboards
 
Manufacturer: Comera
 
Camber splitboard  with a soft flex and large sidecut radius of about 9 m.

Comera Camos Split


Review 2021/22 

Board-Profile: Camber
Camber
Rider-Level:
AdvancedExpert

Length: 150cm  156cm  161cm  166cm  

Weight: 2.700g  2.900g  3.170g  3.400g  

Price (SRP) from: 849€
WP-Score:  
5.1


Riding Style / Field of use


The Comera Camos has a super cool look and feel - apart from the color scheme, which as we all know is a matter of taste. It is one of the lighter boards on the market, but not super light.
Freestyle, 70%
Allmountain, 80%
Powder, 80%
Speed, 70%

Test Results


With a big radius, an early nose rocker and camber almost into the tail, you have a very long effective edge. It is strong on the uphill and fun and nimble on the downhill. It's tuned relatively soft, but still has enough pop in the tail that it feels lively when carving and gives you momentum out of the turn. The Comera Camos is tuned rather softer, similar to the Arbor Bryan Iguchi or the Amplid Milligram, so speeding through rough conditions requires attention.

In the ascent, the Comera Camos is solid, has decent grip and the balance point is set optimally. In our test with about 35° slope it was a bit weaker than for example the GB Split or the Korua Escalator - but still very strong. This weakness is due to the board being a little softer. It floats nicely and even in deep snow it sinks relatively little. The skin attachment with two notches on the nose works flawlessly and makes it possible to mount the skins in ride mode."

Riding, 78%
Agility, %80
Edgegrip, %75
Uphill, 78%
Traversing, %80
Weight, %75
Features, 85%
Finishing, %80
Sustainability, %90

Description


Camber splitboard  with a soft flex and large sidecut radius of about 9 m. The wood core is made of poplar and beechwood and it has a Sintered ISOsport 7500 base.

Flex Test