Not sure what you're looking for? here's some knowledge:
Camber: The original Profile, Camber provides the most contact with the snow, creating precision, agility and speed through it's turns. This profile is ideal for riders with experience and want a board with stability at higher speeds and more aggression.
Flat/Rocker: Designed for playfulness and a forgiving experience, Flat/Rocker is perfect for new riders. With less contact on the snow, this profile helps you get on your feet and down the hill with minimal effort, making progression easier and more fun. Powder boards and Park Boards are an exemption, specifically designed to reduce contact for their respective terrains.
Hybrid: What's a hybrid? Can't decide whether to go camber or Flat/Rocker? Just go for the best of both worlds! Hybrid Profiles give you a mixture of both to provide versatility so you can ride anywhere and everywhere.
All you need to know here is whether you would like a directional shaped board or a twin.
Directional boards turn better. They generally have a longer and slightly wider nose than tail, which helps with turn initiation. The drawback here is that the board will generally not ride as well switch (or backwards).
A twin shaped board is best for those who like riding switch or want to get better at it. Perfect for Park riding and over all freestyle riding.