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You get classic Technine performance and style in a simple, yet snappy snowboard. Introducing the new Split T Series featuring an additional line of Split T Wides for riders with bigger feet. These directional-shape boards feature full poplar wood cores that offer a medium flex, while the bi-axial glass construction equals mad pop right out of the wrapper. If you are a rider with larger feet, the Split T Wides give you the stable platform that you need with no compromise in turnability. Like everything we build, The Split T''s are versatile and durable, and proudly stamped with the Technine logo.
Here at The House talking about the Technine Split T snowboard. A directional snowboard designed for all mountain usage. Probably looking at a rider whose at the intermediate level. The flex rating and the regular waisted ones is gonna be about a 3.5, so a little bit a softer flex to it. It’s gonna be really forgiving. So it would also work really well for that first time rider. The wider series do get a little bit stiffer to accommodate the bigger rider that’s gonna be on it. Other than that, you’re looking at the forward core, super good Technine quality, sidewall construction. Gonna hold up good against any kind of railer box abuse and definitely get a little bite on icy-hard packed terrain. From there, it’s got an extruded base but it’s actually a die-cut extruded base form. So I can hear it? They actually cut-out different colors of P-Tex in it and lay them on each other. For that reason, you will see some of these that have the color flip-flopped. Some will be with a black background and white letter and some will be like this. They just do that so they don’t waste a lot of one color of P-Tex. But like I said, beginner to intermediate all-mountain snowboard Technine quality, obviously the tight graphic’s pretty on point too. So, check out the Technine Split T snowboard. Gangster stease.
I rode my friend's board this weekend and I enjoyed it. It was a change up from my burton, has a much softer flex and is a much shorter board than my own. It was easy to handle and control around corners but at high speeds I felt there was a lot of chatter. It goes of from small jumps with easy and doing a tailpress comes with ease. He has only ridden this board for half a season and it delammed on him the 3rd day on his tail.
This was my first board I recently upgraded to a Sierra crew. The base on the crew is much faster but this board served me well to learn on. Pretty basic board.
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