Camp 7 Snowboard Reviews – ON SALE!

If you are like me and love to snowboard, then you might find yourself on the internet a lot searching for new snowboards to possibly purchase when you need a new one. I, myself do this all the time, and I often look for reviews to find out as much as possible about the board, before I purchase it.

If you now happened to be looking for a new snowboard to buy. Lucky for you! I have reviewed some Camp 7 snowboards for men below. These are  the best ones I could find!

Camp Seven Roots RCR *Blem* Men’s Snowboard New 2016 Camp Seven


Old Price: 
$216.95

New Price: $169.95

Current Sizes: 153cm, 157cm, 160cm, 163cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.com

Guarantee: 3 years

Product description

The “Camp Seven Roots RCR *Blem* Men’s Snowboard” is designed to ride both all mountain and freeride. With the boards twin shape, it is optimal for every style possible. It is designed with sharp steel edges that will slice into sheet ice which will make it easier for you to turn on icy slopes. The edges are also slightly raised to prevent nasty edge grab takedowns.

As the board is designed to ride both all mountain and freeride, it’ll be perfect for riding switch, due to the twin shape. It does also perform brilliant in powder and is described by the producers as a “dream construction”.

Camp Seven 2016 Redwood Men’s Snowboard

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Old Price:
 $239.95

New Price: $189.95

Current Sizes: 153cm, 157cm, 160cm, 163cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.com

Guarantee: 3 years

Product description

The ” Camp seven 2016 Redwood Men’s Snowboard” is one of the most exiting addition to camp seven’s line this year. The board is designed with a rocker chamber. This design allows you to have control of the board 100%, all the time. The rocker zones are placed in the nose and tail to prevent nasty edge grab takedowns and provide a smooth ride with the board.

The board is also designed to weight considerably little, compared to other snowboards. The board type is created to be in between all mountain and freeride. The board therefore surfs great on powder, and is overall great for any style.


Camp Seven 2016 Valdez Men’s Snowbo
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Old Price: $129.95

Price: $179.95 – $189.95

Current Sizes: 158cm, 163cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.com

Guarantee: 3 years

Product description

The “Camp Seven 2016 Valdez Men’s Snowboard” is designed as a typical all mountain snowboard. It has a hard nose and tail making it charge through rough snow, ice and generally tough terrain. Just like other all mountain snowboards, The “Camp Seven 2016 Valdez” model is designed  with a rocker chamber. This provides great pop on the board and makes it easy to have control over your board at all times.

The board is also optimal for riding switch and it performs great in powder. The board has also got a unique design which is something camp seven is well-known for.

Which one should you buy?

So on to the tricky questions of this review. Which board is the best? Personally, I would recommend the Camp 7 Roots RCR *Blem* snowboard. I’ve tried all of the three boards in this review and I found this board to be the best one. It is very light weighted, easy to control and suited for any snowboarder. Beginner OR Pro!

If you are a beginner and are considering buying your first snowboard, then this Camp 7 board is the right one for you. The best thing about this is that the snowboard has a guarantee on 3 years! If you break it or just don’t like it, then you can return it within these 3 years! The price is also very good, as most snowboards these days cost between $300 to $700. 

Click here to get the Camp 7 Roots RCR *Blem* snowboard for only $169.95!

If you have any questions about anything regarding these boards, feel free to leave them down below and I will be happy to help you out! 

Thank you!

Tore, author of this post.

22 Comments

  1. Jonathan

    Hi bud, thanks for these quality reviews. Decisions, decisions! I really like the Valdez snowboard, but it doesn’t specify that it’s for freestyle snowboarding. If I purchase a snowboard I would definitely be interested not only in tough terrain but freestyle more. Do you think the Valdez snowboard would be good for freestyle snowboarding as well?

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    1. Tore Aarsand

      Yes definetly! The Valdez allmountain snowboard work perfectly fine for park as they are designed to ride everywhere.

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  2. alexey

    Hey there it’s Alexey! Wow what a badass review you have here! They are just beautiful man! I like them 🙂
    Unfortunately, I live in such a place where is always warm, almost no snow, and therefore snowboarding are not popular at all. But I do like extreme sports, and I live snowboarding very much, These are very beautiful 🙂

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  3. Tim

    Your review lets me know right way that your an expert in snowboarding. So that establishes that I should listen to what you have to say when it comes to picking out the right equipment to enjoy the sport. Now as a consumer I feel comfortable enough to purchase what ever you recommend good job. One thing the second paragraph has a confusing sentence.
    Good Luck Tim

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    1. admin

      Thanks for the feedback! Really appriciate it! 😀

      Reply
  4. Antonio Alessandro

    Awesome review! looking forward to buy the 2016 Redwood it fits with my style well 🙂

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Gald to help out! 😀

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    2. Jaime Millan

      Hey man did you end up buying the board? What was your opinion? The quality of the board, materials etc?

      Reply
  5. Hannah

    I’ve always wanted to give snowboarding a try. I was good at skateboarding as a teen so I reckon I could learn to snowboard pretty easily. I can imagine there are major differences but the skateboarding gave me very good balance.

    These boards sounds excellent. I know what board I will go for when I finally get a chance to try snowboarding.

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    1. admin

      Glad to help out:)

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  6. sysay

    hello there it’s sysay, I’ve never gone snowboarding before but have looked into it many times every year! Now that I have a clear idea of the type of snowboard I could possibly get for my boyfriend we could start planning soon. I really like the designs and logo on each snowboard you reviewed. Do they make them all one size?

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    1. admin

      They all come in all sizes most likely, but sometimes some sizes are sold out. If you need help finding the snowboard size you need, I have a different post for that. If interested, click here! Enjoy:)

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  7. lifebeginswithyourhealth

    Thank you for the informative reviews on snowboards, this just happens to be something I have considered giving a try off and on over the years. Gee, all those snowboards look and sound so awesome.

    How does one choose between so many quality snowboards, when they’re all soo good looking.

    What would you suggest for someone just stating out in this exciting new hobby.

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      First of all, you as a noobie should find a allmountain board. For you, I’d recommend the Camp 7 Valdez snowboard, as it is suited for beginners. If you’d like to check out some reviews, I have reviewed some K2 snowboards as well.

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  8. Good work

    Great site. I always want to go snowboarding but never had the chance. I didn’t think that the snowboards were that expensive though. Still I would buy one and go have the time of my life. I’m really liking the camp 7 roots. Nice style and looks like it would ride good.

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Well, some are kind of expensive, but those I reviewed are by far the most expensive ones. $200 for a snowboard is actually very cheap. Usually they cost everything between $300 – $800. That is what I’d call expensive.

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  9. Sarah

    Oh wow! I’ve always wanted to try snow boarding! No doubt I’d be face planting and falling on my butt constantly… but that’s part of the fun in my opinion! 🙂 Picking a board is something I wouldn’t even know where to begin! So this article is of great help to me, thanks!

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    1. admin

      Glad to help!

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    2. Garrick

      The rocker camber really helps with the face planting😂

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      1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

        Yep it does!

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  10. Garrick

    Hey there it’s Garrick here. I recently purchased the camp seven roots. And I have absolutely fell in love with my board. I’m extremely pleased with how it has performed. It has amazing pop. The rocker camber makes it easy to land without grabbing my downhill edge. Once it’s time for a new one I will for sure turn to campseven first. Hope the prices stay great.

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Love it Garrick!

      Reply

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