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Lamar Diablo Snowboard 151

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Type: All Mountain
  • Directional
  • Camber
  • Camber

Description: Lamar Diablo Snowboard 151

The Lamar Diablo snowboard is a versatile all mountain freeride performer. The VersaFlex full wood core provides durability and maintains the board''s shape for the long haul. ETF technology makes the ride responsive and maintains energy through edge transitions. Triaxial fiberglass glides over snow with buttery smoothness, and alloy tip and tail protectors ward off debris. The graphics pop with specialty metallic inks and mirror UV finish. Tear up the whole mountain with the Lamar Diablo snowboard.

Key Features of The Lamar Diablo Snowboard 151cm:
  • All Mountain Freeride
  • Bullet Cap Construction
  • VersaFlex Full Wood Core
  • Radial Sidecut Geometry
  • E.T.F. [Energy Transmission Frame] Technology
  • Triaxial Fiberglass
  • Alloy Tip and Tail Protectors
  • 4 x 4 [16pk.] Insert Pattern
  • Extruded 3400 Base
  • Laser Lock Diecut Technology
  • Specialty Metallic Ink and UV Mirror Finish


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Decent for the price"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: Sweet graphics, Handles speed well, inexpensive Cons: weird nose/tail caps, Base does not hold wax well, too stiff

    I bought this board for my fiance's brother because he liked the graphics on the board and it was inexpensive. After riding it, I have to say it's not my cup of tea. The base does not hold wax well, and was showing the cloudy fading on the edges after just a few runs. It is a stiffer board, so it handles speed well, but the base itself is not very fast. Because it is stiff, it does not butter well, and you really have to muscle into it to manual. The board is also heavier than expected, so jumping and ollies are not as fun. It's a great board for learning, as it is inexpensive. Carving and linking turns felt great, so I would think it would be a good board for a beginner. However, in powder the nose tends to sink forcing me to lean back more than other boards. I tried moving my bindings back an inch, and that helped, but this board really only felt good on groomed runs. Overall, not a bad buy, but I think he'll want a better board the more he feels comfortable riding.

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