Most Versatile All Mountain Freestyle Snowboards

Comparing the Top 6 Versatile All-Mountain Freestyle Snowboards

Here is a comparison and ranking of the five all-mountain freestyle snowboards I recommend at the moment. These boards are perfect for anyone looking for a versatile all-mountain board that also excels at hitting features in the park.


Here are the average stats for the all-mountain freestyle snowboards I reviewed this season.

  • Average Review Score: 85.65 out of 100 (or 4.282 out of 5.0 )
    • The 6 board below are the highlights out of the 32 boards that I got to ride this season. Learn how I score boards here.
  • Average board price: $592.96
  • Average size that I rode: 154

Capita Super DOA

ConsiderationsRating Out 5Score Out of 100Weight / Importance to Score
Resort Riding / Versatility5.0010015
Pop / Power5.001005
Powder3.00603
Carving / Turns5.0010015
Responsiveness4.50905
Speed5.0010010
Ice / Poor Conditions4.25855
Switch5.001005
Jibs4.008010
Jumps5.0010015
Durability / Quality5.001005
Buttering3.00605
Fun to ride5.001002
Weighted Score4.677593.55

Our Rating:  out of 5 stars 4.67 out of 5 stars for the Capita Super DOA snowboard.

  • Board Rating Compared to Other Boards: Th Super DOA earned a score that was +7.4% (6.34 points) significantly better than the average.
  • Price: $749.95
  • Price Compared: 26.48% more expensive than the average all-mountain freestyle deck

When I first stood on the Super DOA, I was instantly impressed with how versatile this board was. I’ve always been a fan of the standard Capita DOA, and the Super DOA takes it to the next level. This board can hold an edge, it’s incredibly fast, it can lock into a nose press, and it will launch you off every type of jump.

I was worried this board would be too stiff and catchy for the way I like to ride, but that wasn’t the case at all. It’s actually very approachable and doesn’t feel that much stiffer or aggressive than the regular DOA. It just feels like a higher-quality, damper ride than the regular DOA.

The Super DOA has a very damp, stable feel to it. It’s equally as pressable as the regular DOA, just with a more in-control feel. It’s got a very deep sidecut that allows you to ride it aggressively, a base that just wants to charge, and enough pop to launch you over every jump’s knuckle.

If you’re looking for the pinnacle of all mountain freestyle boards, it’s the Capita Super DOA.




Lib Tech Off Ramp

ConsiderationsRating Out 5Score Out of 100Weight / Importance to Score
Resort Riding / Versatility5.0010015
Pop / Power4.25855
Powder3.00603
Carving / Turns4.509015
Responsiveness4.50905
Speed3.507010
Ice / Poor Conditions5.001005
Switch5.001005
Jibs3.006010
Jumps5.0010015
Durability / Quality4.50905
Buttering2.50505
Fun to ride5.001002
Weighted Score4.302586.05

Our Rating:  out of 5 stars 4.30 out of 5 stars for the Lib Tech Off Ramp snowboard.

  • Board Rating Compared to Other Boards: The Lib Tech Off Ramp earned a score that was +1.57% (1,34 points) better than the average.
  • Price: $579.99
  • Price Compared: 2.19% less expensive than the average all-mountain freestyle deck

The Lib Tech Off Ramp was one of my favorite all-mountain freestyle boards to demo. This Off Ramp carves exceptionally well. It’s responsive and can make quick, abrupt turns with ease, and it offers a controlled feel with an incredible level edge hold thanks to its Magne Traction edges. The level of grip this board had was its true highlight for me. It made riding Stratton, VT’s icy east coast park, feel a little easier than some of the other boards on this list.

The overall flex of the board I would put at a seven out of ten, which provides a noticeable extra boost of pop for hitting jumps. The Off Ramp was also decent for jibbing. However, I wouldn’t say jibbing is this board’s highlight. It was just a bit too stiff to get really tall nose presses.

All around, the Lib Tech Off Ramp is excellent for East Coast resort riders looking for a board that is phenomenal for carving, can turn on a dime, offers plenty of grip on ice, and has enough pop to launch you into the sky.




Capita Spring Break Resort Twin

ConsiderationsRating Out 5Score Out of 100Weight / Importance to Score
Resort Riding / Versatility5.0010015
Pop / Power5.001005
Powder2.50503
Carving / Turns4.509015
Responsiveness3.75755
Speed3.507010
Ice / Poor Conditions4.50905
Switch5.001005
Jibs4.008010
Jumps5.0010015
Durability / Quality3.50705
Buttering2.50505
Fun to ride5.001002
Weighted Score4.312586.25

Our Rating:  out of 5 stars 4.31 out of 5 stars for the Spring Break Resort Twin snowboard.

Read the full Capita Resort Twin review.

  • Board Rating Compared to Other Boards: The Capita SB Resort Twin earned a score that was +.45% (.386 points) better than the average.
  • Price: $549.95
  • Price Compared: 7.25% cheaper than the average all-mountain freestyle deck

The Capita Spring Break Resort Twin has been my daily driver for the 2024 winter season. I’ve spent a lot of time on this board and loved every second of it.

For me, the Resort Twin’s highlight is that it is a pressable park board with a ton of pop for hitting jumps while still being a phenomenal board for carving all over the resort.

The Resort Twin has an incredibly stable feel to it with a level of grip that locks into turns like a knife cutting through an apple. This is because Capita added in an extra small contact point right between your feet that Capita calls its Deathgrip edge technology. This tech locks into carves without washing out and makes the Resort Twin one of the strongest carving performers on the list.

The Resort Twin is also a phenomenal board for park riding. It locks into presses on features and has carbon v-shaped boosters in the nose and tail that will launch you off any sized jump.

The only downside with the Resort Twin is that it can feel torsionally stiff (from toe to heel), making it more challenging to butter than some of the other boards on this list. The torsional stiffness is a characteristic of the v-shaped carbon boosters Capita added into the nose and tail. However, for what it lacks in its ability to butter easily, it’s the source of this board’s power and pop.

If you’re looking for a resort board that carves well and can also launch you off jumps in the park, check out the Spring Break Resort Twin.




Jones Tweaker

ConsiderationsRating Out 5Score Out of 100Weight / Importance to Score
Resort Riding / Versatility5.0010015
Pop / Power4.50905
Powder2.75553
Carving / Turns3.507015
Responsiveness4.50905
Speed4.008010
Ice / Poor Conditions3.75755
Switch5.001005
Jibs3.757510
Jumps5.0010015
Durability / Quality4.50905
Buttering2.50505
Fun to ride5.001002
Weighted Score4.2984.4

Our Rating:  out of 5 stars 4.29 out of 5 stars for the Jones Tweaker snowboard.

Read the full Jones Tweaker review.

  • Board Rating Compared to Other Boards: The Jones Tweaker earned a score that was +.16% (.136 points) better than the average.
  • Price: $529.95
  • Price Compared: 10.63% less expensive than the average all-mountain freestyle deck

The Jones Tweaker is hands down my favorite board in the Jones Snowboard Lineup. I think of it as the “more park-friendly Jones Mountain Twin.” The Tweaker has a twin shape with a centered stance and a camber dominant profile that offers it power for linking your turns and popping you off jumps.

A highlight for me with this board is how well it carves on the East Coast’s icy conditions. Jones added Traction Tech 2.0 (2 extra contact points for grip) into its edges, and the result is a board that feels stable underfoot and can grip to the roughest of conditions.

The Tweaker is also exceptional for park riding. The blunted nose and tail keep the board’s swing weight down, and I love that because I am working on landing my first frontside 720, and it’s making the extra 180 feel very possible. The Tweaker is also perfect for jibbing. The camber profile works to hug rails on boardslides, while the medium 5/10 flex pattern allows the board to still lock into a nose press without feeling like a lifeless, carve-less noodle. It’s a resort ripper and a park prizewinner all in one board.

Of all of the boards on this list, I found the Tweaker to be one of the most approachable yet in-control boards. It’s so stable and in control that it’s perfect for anyone looking to level up their riding.




Burton Blossom

ConsiderationsRating Out 5Score Out of 100Weight / Importance to Score
Resort Riding / Versatility5.0010015
Pop / Power4.50905
Powder2.75553
Carving / Turns3.507015
Responsiveness4.50905
Speed4.008010
Ice / Poor Conditions3.75755
Switch5.001005
Jibs3.757510
Jumps5.0010015
Durability / Quality4.50905
Buttering2.50505
Fun to ride5.001002
Weighted Score4.2284.4

Our Rating:  out of 5 stars 4.22 out of 5 stars for the Burton Blossom Snowboard.

  • Read the full Burton Blossom review.

    Board Rating Compared to Other Boards: The Burton Blossom earned a score that was -1.7% (-1.46 points) slightly below the average.
  • Price: $619.95
  • Price Compared: 4.55% more expensive than the average all-mountain freestyle deck

The Burton Blossom is a true twin all-mountain freestyle snowboard that is known for its versatility. This is a board that has such a familiar feel to it for anyone who is used to riding camber all-mountain boards in the late 90s or early 2000s.

It’s got a camber profile between the feet, which offers enough response and pop to make this a beast of a snappy jump board with the middle-of-the-road flex to make it pressable enough to jib, too.

The Blossom has a higher-end feel to it. Its base has an extremely fast glide, and as you’re riding the board, you will notice that it has a damp, “charge through anything” type of feel to it. Additionally, it’s responsive, lightweight, and designed to be pre-broken in from the first day of riding it. The only downside with the Blossom is that it doesn’t come in any wide sizes. If that’s no issue, the Blossom is certainly a board you’ll want to consider.




GNU Money

ConsiderationsRating Out 5Score Out of 100Weight / Importance to Score
Resort Riding / Versatility5.001005
Pop / Power3.507010
Powder3.50705
Carving / Turns4.258510
Responsiveness4.25855
Speed3.507010
Ice / Poor Conditions5.0010010
Switch5.0010010
Jibs4.00805
Jumps3.507010
Dampness3.507010
Buttering4.00805
Fun to ride5.001005
Weighted Score4.112582.25

Our Rating:  out of 5 stars 4.11 out of 5 stars for the GNU Money Snowboard.

Read the full GNU Money review.

  • Board Rating Compared to Other Boards: The GNU Money earned a score that was -4.2% (-3.61 points) below the average. The detail to note is that this board is also $208 cheaper than average, so it offers a great value for its price.
  • Price: $359.99
  • Price Compared: 36.14% less expensive ($208.15 cheaper) than the average all-mountain freestyle deck

The GNU Money is a beginner friendly twin shaped all mountain freestyle board that radiates value for how much board you get. Right now, you can find this board for $360, and that’s around $250 cheaper than the average deck in this category.

The main summary of this board is that it has a very locked-in, precise feel thanks to its Magne Traction serrated edges. It presses easily and is great for hitting small to medium sized jumps. Overall, I’d say it’s great for a beginner looking for an all mountain carver and pressable park deck. However, if you are an experienced rider, you will find the pop and speed of its base to be a bit lacking.




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