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Cream

Cream

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The Lobster Cream is a park board designed with all mountain riding in mind. It features a new Lobster specific 3D base profile, twin riding surface, and a directional nose and tail outline. Don’t be afraid, this bad boy goes both ways.

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FLEX

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Softer snowboards are easier to press and won’t kick your ass if you make a mistake. Stiffer decks are more stable at speed and super responsive edge-to-edge. Choose your poison.

PARK

Directional Twin

Fast, fun, and versatile. these boards are the best way to get down the mountain with effortless float, high speed stability and top end performance.

Mellow Camber

Our unique 3D shape allows us to put full tip-to-tail traditional camber this makes for a more poppy ride: ollies go bigger, edge-to-edge switching goes faster and the board is always loaded to absorb landings.

Carbon
Stringers

CARBON LAYUP

This Carbon Layup configuration adds longtitudinal stifness to the nose and tail area’s while keeping the board torsionally softer between the bindings. This will help keeping the nose from folding in high speed run and makes your oliies pop as high as possible while keeping the board nice and responsive between the feet.

3D Profile

The nose and tail have a 3D shape with the uplift starting at the end of the contact area. The 3D advantages are increased by the SideKick™.

SIDEWALLS - FLEXWALLS

Urethane infused Flex Walls. The added urethane helps dampen vibrations.

WOODCORE - CORE CORE

A blend of poplar wood reinforced with two central hardwood stringers to enhance pop reinforce the camber and strengthen the insert area.

GLASS FIBRE - BIAX

Our traditional and time tested two-way weave of fiberglass is light, strong and responsive keeping the board snappy without adding torsional stiffness.

BASE - HYPER GLIDE S

Our standard sintered base that’s tough and fast, and faster when waxed.

SIDEWALLS - FLEXWALLS

Urethane infused Flex Walls. The added urethane helps dampen vibrations.

SIDEKICK

SideKick™ increases the sidebase uplift at the widest points of the nose and tail. This makes turn initiation even smoother, enhances float in powder and improves board handling in rough terrain. It has to be ridden to be believed!

3D Technology

This board has 3D technology in the nose and tail. The lifted sidebase areas hug the terrain when you crank a turn or jam into a transition, and help you plough through the pow like a speedboat. You’re also way less likely to catch an edge if you sketch out on your landing.

Length (cm)

154

158

158W

161W

Waist Width (cm)

25.35

25.65

26.65

26.88

154

158

158W

161W

Weight Recommendation (Kg)

61.0-81.0

69.0-89.0

76.0-96.0

82.0-102.0

Weight Recommendation (Lbs)

134-178

152-196

167-211

180-224

Boot Size (EU)

42-46

42-47

44-48

44-48

Boot Size (cm/mondo)

26.5-29.5

27.0-30.0

28.0-31.0

28.0-31.0

Boot Size (US)

8-12

9-12

10-14

10-14

Boot Size (UK)

7-11

8-11

9-13

9-13

Customer Reviews

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Brad
Playful all mountain shredder

For a softer board the Creamer really holds up in variable conditions and rougher terrain. I've taken it into big chutes, powder fields, fast groomers, park laps, slushy slashers and all else in between and it's held up against all challenges.
The camber profile helps hold a carve and the 3D nose and tail are forgiving when buttering.
And EVERYONE tells me how pretty the board is, which is a bonus.

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Mufaso
Sendy carvy

161w on the east coast ice and I have no problems laying a carve down hard.

The flex and pop are sick as shit and I fucking love. My friends are jealous and life is grand

J
Jan Galaba
Beginner Opinion

Wow. It's absolutely amazing, feels great, switch rides just the same as regular. So edge catching is almost impossible if you are careful enough. Yes it is unforgiving when making mistakes, but atleast it won't let you cut corners. Also noticed a lot of people peeping my board and felt great about it ;)

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Peter Parker
Perfect Intermediate board

I got this board to get a break from my stiff charger and this board did not disappoint. It is soft but stable and very fun to turn.I am a big fan of lobster now and their boards will get you a ton of compliments. So buy it and you wont regret it.

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Josh@hansonslohic.com
Creamer 2023

One word: 'Lovin-It'. Yes, that's technically its two words with a hyphen.

Longer review:
Been riding a burton custom for the last 10-15 years and the Terje Håkonsen - Hakkon Air before that. And before that a burton v-tail (yes been riding a long time and I am old). Figured this year was the year to learn to butter but still needed a board that could handle the whole mountain. Looked at every brand out there and decided to purchase the Creamer, which is my first Lobster board. It's also my first board with 3d technology. I was really worried that this board was going to be too soft and not hold and edge at high speed. I ride mostly in the Midwest (USA), so it's hard pack more than its soft. We have had a great year as far as snow is concerned so I have been a little spoiled. The creamer holds an edge at speed just fine and way better than I expected and can now bomb the hill with confidence that the edge is going to hold. Took me awhile to get the bindings dialed in (using the # is a good place for me). I am heading to Utah (Snowbasin and Pow Mow) January 23 - 27th so will update this review with the powder characteristics when I return. We have had 3' - 8' here in MN and from what I can tell it's going to be way better than the custom. Might set the binding back a little but with this board being 3cm longer and 1/4" wider I might just ride centered up and see how it goes. I don't hit the park a lot, but small jumps and rails are easier on this board than the custom. I have a pair of Lobster bindings to go with the board but ride my burton Step-Ons daily (got kids and need to be able to get in and out fast). Overall super happy with this purchase and thinking next season grab one of their more high-end boards (stomper or sender). One thing to note is that the top clear coat does get scratched up / chipped pretty easy. I have had to Epoxy a couple of chips from my kids' skis on the lift and getting ran into (Ya that can happen to any board). Maybe it's just because it looks so dam sweet and clean that I notice them more often. Again, buy this board if you are thinking about it, you will not be disappointed. Like I said, will update once I get back from Utah (also going to Crystal Mnt. in Washington) so might be the end of February before I do.... Cheers! J

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