Technine Split T Review – 2011

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Technine Snowboards, Snowboard Bindings, HoodiesTECH NINE SPLIT T SNOWBOARD

This is a Technine Split T has a directional shape, Radial Side Cut and a Flex of 4. That’s right, this is for the All Mountain Rider who likes to get gangsta on the hill with Technine. It does have a directional flex pattern to it. So the tail is going to be a little bit stiffer than the nose. But overall it has a directional flex of about a four. The poplar wood tech core is going to keep a consistent flex and a lot of pop throughout ollies off cliffs and on the jibs, if you want to take this baby on jibs.

The TECH NINE SPLIT T has biaxial fiber glass, of course, runs at two different directions at 90 degrees and at 0 degrees. You see amazing screen printed graphics underneath the extruded base. One of the best features, and coolest features, about this is the triple layer rubber dampening system that is sandwiched underneath the top layer of glass and in between the core, and above the bottom layer of glass and in between the core. It’s actually three different layers in one piece of rubber that will actually continue to damper the negative vibrations that you get when you are going down a rough surface. Of course, the top sheet has that classic Technine feel to it, graffiti influence, it has high gloss with metallic inks. Again, this is the Technine Split T directional shaped All Mountain Radial Side Cut, flex pattern of a 4snowboard. Get gangsta, yo!


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