This snowboard was the first we tried out during our on snow test at the 'Spring Break' week in Austria - and it was a great one to start off with, as it's a very easy board to ride.
The Indoor Survival is light and soft, so really good fun to jib around with and great for all those little side hits and rails. It has a hybrid profile consisting of a flat base to the binding holes, a dual rocker and elevated points at the end. The special blended fiber glass base has a new plant based evo resin, with high strength Titanal struts inserted within; all for added strength and durability.
The name Indoor Survival is actually an appropriate one as it will be ideal for freestyle nights at a UK snow dome. We would say this is more suited towards intermediate riders, as even though it is an easy board to ride for beginners, it will deliver if you do have the ability to push it harder as well.
In the soft spring snow it struggled to hold an edge while trying to carve and didn't have enough buoyancy to take into the powder.
The Indoor Survival doesn't even pretend to be an all-mountain board, but if you like doing butters, jumps, and presses on rails than this is the board for you.