The Creamer offers a middle-ground between big-mountain bravado and freeride flow. Its directional, lightly tapered outline shape was designed to work in the broadest range of conditions, so that supreme floatation isn’t at the cost of lack-lustre edge-hold and vies versa. Flowing like water through untracked forests and scoring arcs across corduroy are all in a day’s work for the Creamer.
Its volume-packed, smoothly-rising tip geometry irons-out bumps and generates unbelievable floatation in deep snow. Directional Cruise Camber loads the Creamer’s tail with extra power for stomping landings and spraying turns.
Targeted placement of Basalt and Carbon reinforcement add stiffness and damping in critical areas to aid stability in harrowing terrain and predictability in choppy snow conditions.
Positives: Grip, buoyancy
Negatives: Not a board for freestyle
A new season for the Creamer, which is identical to the previous year’s board. Like all boards by Peter Bauer, the emblematic Amplid boss, it has a solid level of materials and tech, a board to go far. Shaped perfectly for freeriding it has setback combined with a classic camber and a beautiful nose, the specialty of the German shaper. All this gives a precise feeling on snow, with great versatility, for attacking slopes with fresh snow, but also in the forest where it’s nicely manoeuvrable, or in any snow, because this board destroys terrain and goes everywhere quickly, without effort.
“Great freeride performance!”