|Core:||Light Poplar Wood Core|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Technine Team Series Snowboard 159 Skateboard
Get ready to tear up the pack or the powder in a whole new way with the Technine Team Series Snowboard 159. This Team Series model packs a ton of pop and brings a slew of new technology to the table. The multi layered wood core and sidewall construction gives the rider all mountain freestyle performance that shreds the competition. The generous flex inherent in the tapered Team Series design gives you just the right amount of kick so you can explode out of natural and man made jumps and catch some sick nasty air. Constructed for the intermediate to advanced rider in mind, this board also features stylish graphics that give you the total package - and some serious bang for your buck.
- Directional Twins, each one is a little different, Progressive sidecut
- Designed for Freestyle, Jibbing, and Big Mountain, depending on size. Mid to Advanced Riders
- Directional Flex, Medium Flex on the smaller boards and mid stiff on the bigger boards
- All graphics are influenced by the Team Riders
- Light Poplar Wood Core, Bi Axial construction top and bottom, Sintered Base
- These boards are Team Rider Designed, for the type or riding they do
|Effective Edge (cm)||123.00|
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|Waist Width (cm)||26.20|
Oh, I didn’t see you there. Here at The House rocking the new Technine Team Snowboard. Pretty awesome boom box graphic right off the top.
Other things about it, it’s definitely a high-end, kill-it-all freestyle snowboard. You’re looking at very high-end wood core. It’s going to be very lightweight, very responsive, give you a lot of good snowboard feel. From there, you’ve got a sidewall construction. Definitely going to hold up good on those romps through the park, especially on the metal stuff.
Other than that you’ve got a centered die cut base. You have an ink graphic behind, and then the speaker grilles are actually going to be cut out and inlaid on it. Flex on this one, middle of the road. It’s like a five. It’s a high-end freestyle flex. Pretty much it’ll be able to do tricks anywhere on the mountain, for that, I would say, you know, intermediate to advance rider that’s looking, you know, for a sick freestyle stick, and an awesome graphic too, which I already mentioned.
That’s about it. It’s an awesome snowboard. Technine Team Snowboard. Get it.