2013 Lamar Click Used and Reviewed
Click is a great name for this board, it was something I could strap into and it just rode how I wanted. I’m a huge proponent of blunt shapes and now that this board has it just makes a world of difference to me. Having a hybrid camber didn’t hurt either.
Board: Lamar Click
Camber Option: Delta Cam. Reverse between the feet camber under foot.
Bindings: Raiden Phantoms
Stance: 22.5 Wide 18 Negative 15 Goofy
Boots: K2 UFO Size 10
My Weight: 165
Conditions: Sunny spring slush and corn snow.
Flex: Softer between the feet stiffer in the tips giving it that jump oriented park board flex that’s a bit on the less flexible side.
Stability: This board is super stable through chop and chunder.
Ollies: Pop is the name of the game with the carbon array in it and the micro camber under foot.
Pop On Jumps: You can snap off jumps with the greatest of ease.
Butterability: The alternate camber profile and blunt shape make it do able but it does take a bit more effort due to the flex pattern.
Jibbing: The blunt shape creates a great spot to lock in for presses. You do have to work a bit harder to get the most out of this board while playing on rails.
Carving: The sidecut on this board grips underfoot and allows you to lock in. Tight carves aren’t a problem nor are long drawn out ones.
Rider in Mind: Jump oriented all mountain rider that likes to drive hard into carves.
Personal Thoughts: This board locks in hard on carves, takes a bit to press, and can send it on a jump. A lot of companies are jumping in hard on the camber with reverse camber kick these days and Delta Cam is no different. Over all this was one of those boards that could handle anything put in front of it and not back down from a challenge.
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