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Beware the Jibberwocky.

Technine knows how to keep it gangsta and the Jib Snowboard is a prime example of their funky fresh board designing skillz. Get out there and grease down the park with melting-hot butters and ghetto fabulous rail slides.
  • Reduced nose and tail design allows for a larger effective edge and lets you get more stability out of a shorter board
  • A blunted shape provides a lighter swing weight and makes for easier spintastical tricks
  • Stitched bi-axial laminate fiberglass is light and provides a smooth, even flex pattern
  • Power Tech core is a tip-to-tail poplar wood masterpiece that gives you optimal pop, control, balance and stability

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yea im 5'11 and i weigh 150-157ish, my...

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yea im 5'11 and i weigh 150-157ish, my shoe size is 10.5. whats a good size jibb board for me with a ton of flex...?

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Well you're about the same size as my boy and he rides a 152 Kink and it flexes like a champ. So anything around that size will do you just fine. When you get into a longer board, the flex patterns are a little different. So obv smaller board = more flexy in most cases. Hope this helped brotha

i'm like 6' and around 165-170 would i be...

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i'm like 6' and around 165-170 would i be able to ride a 156 or no

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its a good size for the park riding, but it will be kinda short for anything else

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Im 6' 170 lbs and I ride a 154w Rome Machine (whitch is a jib deck in Romes wide line-up) and I take it from park to pow to trees, and have no problem getting in and out of anywhere. So the 156 should do you just fine brotha

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Hi im thinking about getting this board....

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Hi im thinking about getting this board. Does anyone have this board or know anyone who could give me some info about it? is it a good board thats worth getting? It looks sick

hey im 5'7 and i was wondering if the 153...

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hey im 5'7 and i was wondering if the 153 would be to big or just right for me

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Well if your really big into boarding and your a freestyle rider like your in the pipse and hittin the jumps your gonna want one size smaller then that, as im 5'9 and i ride a 152. But if its just for cruising and nothing hardcore you could pull off a 153 but nothing bugger

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What kind of riding do you mainly do? If you do a lot of free rideing then go for a little bigger of a deck, probably something around a 151-153. But if you're more of a park rat, then def go for a smaller deck, 149-152. My boy is 5'8 and he rides a 149 for his park deck and a 152 for his messin around deck

Is this board any good in the power?

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Is this board any good in the power?

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In short, no. These jib specific boards have a reduced nose and tail as well as a true twin shape, giving the board a lot of drag in powder.
However, this board will slay any rail you come across and give you some duper pop in the park.
Hope this helps.