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Lamar Mission Snowboard

Lamar Mission Snowboard
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Description: Lamar Mission Snowboard

This Lamar Mission Mission Snowboard is going to be around for a while. It's great for most all terrain, works perfectly for a beginner board, and is a great in-between as you move up to a more specifically built board. The medium flex is a nice comfy spot to be, and you'll particularly enjoy this board when freestyling. We recommend having your boards edged at the beginning of each season to keep them in optimum working condition.

Key Features of The Lamar Mission Snowboard:
  • All mountain performance
  • Bulllet cap construction
  • VersaFlex full wood core
  • Radial Sidecut geometry
  • E.T.F. (Energy Transmission frame) Technology: Exclusive technology that uses a combination of top sheets, cores and glass to create custom flexes
  • 3-D Impression Top sheet
  • Triaxial fiberglass
  • 4 x 4 (16 pk.) insert pattern
  • Extruded 3400 base
  • Laser-lock diecut Technology: A precison cutting system that cuts base material using a laser-guide drag knife, the result is a super sharp base graphic
  • Specifically metallic ink and UV mirror finish: Specially formulated metallic top sheet inks that create a killer visual effect in the sunlight
  • Dimensions
    Length (cm)
    Effective Edge (cm) 122.00
    Tip Width (cm) 30.40
    Tail Width (cm) 30.40
    Waist Width (cm) 26.00
    Sidecut (m) 8.2


    4.0 / 5.0
    4 Reviews
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    Holds a good edge. Good price
    I still havent upgraded from this when I first got it. Its great for freeriding and just going fast. Good price for a simple well built board.
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    October 6, 2013
    Pretty solid board for the price. Took it to Park City and had no problems at all
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    November 8, 2014
    over 2 years ago
    Simple but nice riding
    I ride this a bit oversized for myself. It does well in powder and general riding. I dont ride in the park. Very stable
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    October 6, 2013
    I do not know. I purchased these items for my Grandson in Canada. He is very pleased but hasn't tried them out yet!
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    December 2, 2014
    1 year ago

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    bernard c on Dec 16, 2014
    Low price and I like the color combination
    Nicolas H on Feb 10, 2014
    I used to ride a Lamar board, but haven't hit the hills in several years, so I went back to what served me so well in the past. It's a great board for beginners, and for those that are just getting back into the game. The price was also a big selling point. The design and color scheme of the board is awesome, and actually matched the boots I already have perfectly. No complaints here.
    Joseph W on Feb 19, 2014
    I do Gb's for call of duty and ive went by Lamar, my middle name, for awhile and i like it and when i seen this board I just had to get it. Just started a little boaridng this past weekend in ober Gaitlenburg, TN. I was on my ass a lot but it was a fun experience!
    Adrian G on Feb 2, 2014
    Will the large (9-14) sapient fusion bindings fit this lamar 157cm board?
    A shopper on Jan 21, 2014
    Best Answer: Yes, the Lamar Mission Snowboard will accommodate the Sapient fusion binding.
    Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 3, 2014
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    my son is 6'2 and 190lbs is this a good board for him? Lamar Mission board, he is a beginner
    A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
    Best Answer: The size is about right, maybe just a notch too long. I'm 6'4" and 225lbs and I ride a 163cm wide board (I wear size 13-14 shoes). If he has big feet you may want to look at a wider board.

    That being said I would not recommend this board for a beginner because it is cambered which basically means the board is shaped like an inverse U. I would recommend a hybrid flat or better yet - a rocker board which means it's shaped like a right side up U.

    The difference is that a cambered board will turn sharper but it's much easier for the rider to catch an edge and fall hard, especially on shallow slopes. A rocker board is much more "floaty" and forgiving, which I think is easier to learn on.

    Look up a board with a rocker profile for a beginner snowboarder, such as a Burton Clash (just an example). I'd go 159-163 and get a Wide version if his shoe size is 12 or bigger.
    Reply · Report · Steven M on Dec 3, 2014
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    im new at this my son wants lamar snow board. he wants the boot to slide back and forth not the boards with the holes were the boot has to remain. does the web site sell those type?
    donna v on Dec 16, 2013
    Best Answer: If you are talking about your son being to slide is feet in and out of the board without undoing the ladder straps then he is looking for a binding similar to Flow Bindings. And yes they would fit this Lamar board.
    Reply · Report · Mark D on Mar 28, 2014
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    Will large size 9-14 bindings fit on this board?
    A shopper on Jul 28, 2014
    Best Answer: Yes size large bindings will fit on this 157cm Lamar Mission Snowboard.
    Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 29, 2014
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    My boot size is 14 and I wanted to know if I should only ride a "Wide" board or if this snowboard width is acceptable? Lamar Mission Snowboard 163
    A shopper on Dec 27, 2013
    Best Answer: Must "Wide" boards waist widths start at 25.8cm. The Lamar Mission Snowboard has a waist width of 27cm and that's more than enough to accommodate your size 14 boots.
    Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 3, 2014
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