Sack up and show that wallride who's boss.
Thanks to the mellow reverse-camber shape, Technine's Re-Enforcer Snowboard brings the punishment on any park feature or street obstacle. The soft flex and catch-free rocker shape are perfect for park laps with the homies, but the raised tip and tail also float surprisingly well in powder when the fluffy stuff buries all the rails at your resort.
- Rocker shape lifts your contact points for a loose, skatey ride that makes catching your edge almost impossible
- Biaxial fiberglass delivers a forgiving flex to help you ride away from sketchy landings
- Full wood core with carbon stringers for durability and pop
- Extruded base resists damage and repairs easily
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What bindings would I use if i purchased...
What bindings would I use if i purchased this board?
Is it reccomended for beginer/ intermediates?
personally i love riding with union bindings, preferably "union contact". they keep the flex in the board and allow you to ride comfortably.
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would this board be good for 60 foot...
would this board be good for 60 foot jumps
No it wouldn't, it's a jib board so it'd be a little too soft to throw off big kickers
I love the color of this board. But I have a question. I am six feet tall and have a size 11-12 boot. Do I need a wide board? Or would the 155.5 be ok?
Cant decied this or the lucas magoon pro...
Cant decied this or the lucas magoon pro rocker (all i do is rails and an occasional small (10ft-15ft) jump )
I would go with the Magoon Pro Rocker. This board has a rubber jib edge, above the metal edge... so soften the jib ride, and make for a really fun day in the park. The LM Pro Rocker also has factory detuned edges so you don't need to spend hours filing down those edges.
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Go for it. I know it has a great flex so it would suit your needs. My friend has this board and it rides like dream. Unfortunatly his cracked on him. Thank god you can send it back if that happens because this things got a price tag on it.
I weigh about 225 and I like to think of myself as a pretty aggressive rider. I bought this re-enforcer, which was a super fun, jib-tastic board. The problem is, I took it off about a 40ft jump and landed nose heavy on a front 540 and the nose snapped at the binding. This was the first day I took it out, kind of a bummer... might be a little to soft for someone that is heavier.
Would this board hold up better than the...
Would this board hold up better than the team board from last year? its not even half way through the season and i got some topsheet torn off and other pieces ive had to super glue down(amazing board other than that). But i need something that would last maybe 2 seasons, would this do?
no, my technine lettering is pealing away from the bottom of the board where the two colors meet up, and my top layering is cracking too. boards not even 2 months old....
What would you recommend between this board...
What would you recommend between this board and the L.M. Pro Rocker, what are the differences and what is each better suited for?
Montresor. The Re-Enforcer and L.M. Pro Rocker are virtually the same board. except the L.M. has a rubber jib edge to soften the jib ride, and also a detuned edge straight out of the wrapper. Both boards are REALLY fun! but the L.M. may also be a little stiffer due to the rubber above the metal edge.
Hands down sickest deck I have ridden.
Heaps of pop, butter/presses like a machine, holds and edge well doesn't fell un-stable like most rocker boards I have ridden, nice and wide with good stance options and a just all round super fun board to ride. Street park pow or just cruzin' this Board will kill it. I Highly Recommended this board.
The goto board of Dylan Thompson check his part out in The Arena and you will see what this deck can do.