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Don’t stop believing.

When your to-do list is full of rails, boxes, trashcans, walls and homemade jibs, consider the benefits the Stepchild Snowboards Jib Stick Snowboard will have on your skills. Super durable with a luxurious medium flex, the Jib Stick features a stable and poppy Kicker II wood core and a Bracketed rocker that increases from four millimeters (148cm), six millimeters (153cm), to eight millimeters (156cm), so you get the perfect amount of reversed camber for your size. StepChild also added a Quadrax fiberglass laminate for ultimate durability and response to give you the latchkey advantage on scary new features.
  • Twin tip shape for urban and park riding
  • Medium flex is soft enough for presses, but still has plenty of pop and stability
  • Kicker II core tip-to-tail poplar with beech stringers on the rails for stability, edge control, and pop
  • Armadillo Plate reinforces the binding inserts for durability and stability
  • Blue sidewalls are burly for impact resistance and have that pastel pop
  • Joe Sexton�s board of choice

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Im 6 feet tall exactly and around 160-170lbs...

Im 6 feet tall exactly and around 160-170lbs it changes and i wear a size 12 boot would the 156 be good for me? I was also wondering if i could get away with a 153 but most likely not. Last question is w/RETT or not? I`ll most likely be in the park hitting rails and going off small to medium jumps like 20-50ft

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Well because it is a reverse cambered board, you can technically ride up to 5cm shorter than your reg board. I personally wouldnt because it would feel suuuuper small dropping from a 154 to a 149. So I would say get the 153 as I am pretty much your build (6' 165lbs). But just make sure that the waist will be ok for you feet. I ride a Rome Machine 154W with size 12 feet and the waist is 260(26cm). This isnt too far off tho and if you ride your bindings 15 and -15 or more than you should be just fine. As for RETT, Stepchild gave you the option of getting one with it or not. All it is, is Round Edge Tapered Tuning. So that means that you dont have to dull your edges to hit boxes and get hung-up, but you prolly know that lol. This might be a lil soft for bigger kickers tho, so you might want to get the 156. Trust me, you really won't notice that much of a difference

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153 would be fine for you. I had a 153 with Nike Zoom Force 1's size 12 and it was fine.

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This board is better then you!

I've been riding this board for the last year and all I can say is this board Kills it everywhere! You can press the shit out of this board on any box or rail then take it off 30 to 80 foot table no problem! I've beaten the shit out of it and it still feels great! If you don't learn how to avoid a punch in the face you might get a broken nose! In other words If you don't know how to ollie onto a box or rail it's not your boards fault. If you want a board that will do everything and a board that's not to soft and not to stiff, look no further. This is the one of the best boards out there.

This board is better then you!

whats the flex on this board compared to...

whats the flex on this board compared to the the k2 www

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This is a little softer, both are excellent for rails.

is this board more rocked then the k2 www...

is this board more rocked then the k2 www rocker?

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na stepchild has vary little rocker like 3mm on the 156

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"Jib Stick features a stable and poppy Kicker II wood core and a Bracketed rocker that increases from four millimeters (148cm), six millimeters (153cm), to eight millimeters (156cm)" The Jib Rocker from K2 is about the same with a mostly flat board profile until the contact points then "6-2mm" according to K2. (http://k2snowboarding.com/technology/jib_rocker)

hay i ride a 153 board and im 5.7ft tall...

hay i ride a 153 board and im 5.7ft tall way 80kg ( im a fatty haha) and i have a size 9.5 us boot and was just wondering what size 148 or 153? i ride in door and rails mostly and like small 20- ft jumps and i spin a bit any ideas if this sicks for me?

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RAIL KILLER

this board is a rail destroyer super soft because of the reverse camber it can press like a dream but it still locks on to rails like no other unlike most other rocker boards. the only problem with this thing is that it gets a little squerly off jumps squirrely off jumps and its not the best in pow but i would highly recommend this board to any one looking for a soiled jib board

i am 5'6 and around 130 lbs would the 148...

i am 5'6 and around 130 lbs would the 148 be good if i ride rails and jumps tht are mostly under 40ft?

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ya u should be good with a 148 its a really soft board im talking noodle

i have a size 11 rome boot whats the...

i have a size 11 rome boot whats the smallest size that would be wide enough for my boot

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I'd say you would want a waist width of at least 250 mm. This board is semi-mid-wide, and if you're mostly riding park (like you would on this thing) you're probably not doing a ton of mega-deep carves anyway, so you should be totally fine with a size 11 on the Jib Stick.

is the 156 wide enough for a size 13...

is the 156 wide enough for a size 13 boot?

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It is not. You need a wide specific snowboard.

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I totally disagree. I have a 153 Jibstick I have ridden since last season with both size 11.5 and 12 boots. I ride about 24" stance with +15, -15 binding angles. Every boot and binding combo will be different, but seriously, you want some toe and heel overhang otherwise you will have zero leverage to lean on an edge when carving.

This board totally rips and the 156 will be fine for your size 13s.

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It will be close with a 256 waist and a size 13 boot. If you ride a wide, ducked out stance you could probably get away with it, but you will probably get some drag when really laying into a turn on a steep slope. However, if you're gonna be riding mostly in the park you will be fine.

Im 5'3 and 100-110 pounds. Would this board...

Im 5'3 and 100-110 pounds. Would this board be good for me?

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its pretty big if you plan on riding it in the park. Really you should be looking for something around 136-140

I mainly do street and the burton 7 I have...

I mainly do street and the burton 7 I have seems just ,well, stiff. But I can't decide between a Jib Stick, Skate BANANA, or a Capita Stairmaster. Which would be best?

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well, i own both a jibstick and stairmaster. I rode the stairmaster for 2 seasons and i love it, but it has gotten aged, and i wanted to try the reverse camber, i havent gotten to really ride it yet but hopping around on carpet. So to sum it up, stairmaster, soft, not a noodle but very buttery, and decent pop, jibstick, also soft, idk how butterey, but also has rc, so no battling the camber for a sick nasty press. You could also consider the artifact or horrorscope, both also nice boards in about the same price range.

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sick board

had it for a week, smacked the nose on a box and the shit cracked the edge and split the board, next run my buddy who rides the exact same board hit the same box and cracked his in the same exact spot, we both apoxyed it back up and bent the edge and its still ripping. RETT is really cool, didnt have to file my edges. board has nice pop and and handles very well, on jumps it was ok, not a solid as a banana tho. im 5'10 and i got the 48. rocked it with some p1.1 bindings and it was perfect for the end of the season. sick board but the tip n tail are not the strongest.

sick board
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RETT= Round edge tapered tuning.

how is the jib stick on jumps?

how is the jib stick on jumps?

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in my opinion it doesnt quite have the pop you can get with a never summer or ride board