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Jamie Lynn loves to play with his banana.

Lib Tech collaborated with pro rider Jamie Lynn to create the Phoenix BTX Snowboard. This all-terrain freestyle board features Lib Tech’s Banana Technology and Magne-Traction; you’ll jib like a crazed monkey, float on powder like a high-as-a-kite monkey, and ride icy mank as if it were sweet sweet corn instead of banana peels. A firm flex, smooth radial sidecut, and incredible pop make the Phoenix BTX a solid, stable board for aggressive riders.
  • Banana Tech (rocker) lets you stomp your board flat for tip-to-tail edge contact and enhanced control
  • Magne-Traction increases edge control, even on bulletproof hardpack
  • The wood core with quad-axial fiberglass torsion box construction gives you a responsive ride
  • Golden Fleece (basalt fiber) reinforcement provides unreal pop
  • Power Transfer Spines transfer energy from your feet to your tip and tail for still more pop
  • Double-sintered UHMW sidewalls take a thrashing and still look sexy
  • Features Bio-Plastic topsheet made from beans�no, really
  • TNT base is fast and easy to maintain

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5 5

just perfect

this board kills anything in your way. and i always love telling people the story behind jamie's graphic. i work at a ski shop and ive sold this board for the past 3 years. as soon as it comes in i make sure some one takes it out because of how awesome it is. keep it real

5 5

so steezy.

I love this board. Been on an older model Ride Kink 152 for a few years. This board just eats up the entire mountain. Going from camber to rocker wasn't that difficult and once you get used to carving with it, you'll love it too. Pop is awesome and the stiffness of this board along with Magnetraction handled speed and semi-icy conditions with ease. I don't even need to mention how buttery this is in the deep stuff...Questions on fit, I'm 5'6", medium build and picked up the 154 in this board and its perfect although I could've opted for a shorter board as well.

5 5

it's the board for me

fast and stable at high speeds. very stiff. not as much pop as the other lib's but if you like to go fast and cruise it's the board for you. don't get me wrong it stomps all the landings, makes it easy to turn. great freeride board!!! great in powder and great on ice( but it has a mellower version of the magna traction so it doesn't dig into the ice as much but still never slips.
it comes as advertised, but I suggest you demo the whole bunch of lib's before you decide which is right for you.

5 5

Badass

I've been snowboarding since the 90s and had all sizes styles and types of boards over the years, but this board has it all. If ta looking for a board that does it all this is it. Total a badass board!

Hey i'm not sure if I should get the 157...

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Hey i'm not sure if I should get the 157 wide or 160. I'm 5'11" 165 size 11 boot, i'm currently riding a 164 and it seems too big. I mostly ride Mt. Baker so i'm in the deep stuff most of the time. I'm not sure if the non wide board will be wide enough. Thanks!

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no deff go with the 157 wide im about your size give or take a couple of lbs. and im riding a 154 trs, and its perfect. i think the 160 might be a lil too big.

Hello Dog Funk! Is Lib tech making the...

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Hello Dog Funk! Is Lib tech making the Jamie Lynn Phoenix series with only magne traction and not bannana? I know they made one last year but I am having trouble finding this years.Thanks

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Lib only has his board in BTX, Same with Mark Landvik's version of the Phoenix. Lib's really doing away with camber altogether, will they regret it later? who knows? Perhaps you could look into the Travis Rice with C2 BTX (Camber underfoot, banana rocker between feet where you feel it the most anyway).

http://www.dogfunk.com/snowboard/Lib-Technologies-T-Rice-C2-BTX-Snowboard/LBT0104M.html

http://www.lib-tech.com/snow/snowboards/travis-rice-c2-power-banana/