It always performs impeccable, rich and effective carving, with a lively, more freestyle personality in this size.
The Diva has been leading the women's versatile segment for many years. In our opinion, choosing a somewhat shorter size makes it possible to vary its offering, and to choose between its versatile capabilities (as a 152) or its freestyle side (as a 148). Compact, with a surprising speed rise for its size, it retains its legendary carving. It varies curve radii when required with great precision. On the other hand, at a moderate speed, with light maneuvering, it is soft and tolerant. It actually delivers a response proportional to the power on the supports, and few riders will discover its limits. The flex of this 148 seemed easier to use in freestyle than the 152, which gives it a more assertive aerial character. Its lively tips deliver an excellent pop and make your dreams possible. Add all-snow support and excellent powdery capabilities, and you get a nearly universal board, which we could recommend to all riders of at least an intermediate/experienced level.