|Core:||VersaFlex Full Wood Core|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Lamar Tripper Snowboard 157
This Lamar Tripper Snowboard is both incredibly well built and lightweight. The VersaFlex Full Wood Core and the Edge Link Sidewall Construction help make this board one of the sturdiest and light snowboards available on the market. Its sleek, stylish design and graphic will have you looking cool as you glide down the slopes. Lamar is one of the most reliable brands in the snowboard market. Best of all, the price tag is very affordable!
- Freestyle Performance
- VersaFlex Full Wood Core
- Edge Link Sidewall Construction
- Radial Sidecut Geometry
- E.T.F. [Energy Transmission Frame] Technology
- Triaxial Fiberglass
- Alloy Tip and Tail Protectors
- 2x4 [20pk.] Insert Pattern
- Extruded 3400 Base
- Laser Lock Diecut Technology
- Spot Varnish and UV Mirror Finish
|Effective Edge (cm)||125.00|
|Tip Width (cm)||29.30|
|Tail Width (cm)||29.30|
|Waist Width (cm)||25.00|
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"Great for price"
Alot of people think that Lamar has a bunch of cheap boards. But there aren't. This is a great board I have been snowboarding for 6 years and it really is a great board. Plus it is nice a cheap. Get this board if you want a good board for a good price
Great board! I got it as a present on Christmas and it was fantastic. It was second snowboard and I loved using it. I didn't have to worry at all about catching an edge!
i got to demo this board and i am a lamar believer! it strait rips. i used it al over the mountain, it feels great at high speeds and has great feed back
Great starting boardm but limited use after two or three seasons. Had this board since I started 3 years ago and it can't handle some of the park stuff I've started to do, almost cracked it on a small box.
I bought this to replace my starter board after it de-laminated. I was able to get it cheap on clearance this summer and it is a step up from my cheap board I had before.
"Solid board for starting out"
This board was one of the first boards I ridden, and I can say it's really easy to progess on -which serves as a con as well, since you would most likely want to pick up another snowboard to progress better as a rider. It's cheap too.
I have a 2008 version of this board, After years of not snowboarding, I got a deal for mine. This board is really good for beginner riders on a budget.
"Stiff, but not bad"
my first board owned. for the price i can't expect quality but i liked this board! cheap and durable.