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What's better than spraying two-plankers and ollieing slow signs as you outrun ski patrol through the park? Doing it with a giant 40oz on the bottom of your board, like the one on the Technine '40s Snowboard. A stable flat profile and a soft freestyle flex make this board perfect for throwing down on park rails and dropping bombs in the streets. 

The Rock Steady flat profile keeps it super-stable for stomping big drops and perfectly blends the aggressiveness of camber with the forgiving feel of rocker. A twin shape makes for easy switch takeoffs and fakie landings, and blunt tips reduce swing weight and lessen your chances of catching when spinning onto rails. A tip-to-tail poplar core with birch stringers keeps it lightweight, yet strong, and gives it a snappy feel. Internal rubber dampening mellows out chatter for a smooth ride and the extruded base is easy to repair, which will come in handy after a few sessions out in the streets.

  • Flat profile
  • Twin shape
  • Tri-radial sidecut
  • Stitched biax glass
  • Internal rubber dampening
  • Dual Tech core
  • Extruded base

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1 5

Board was sick while it lasted

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

after i rode this board about 5 times. The top layer started splitting away from the base. Last time i buy technine.