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Smash apart the sketchiest obstalces like an empty bottle of OE.

The Technine Jib Snowboard features a buttery flex to help lock in your two-sevs and keep your presses legit through any kink. A slightly longer effective edge and a short tip and tail make the Jib easy to throw around on park features or street rails.

  • Traditional camber hooks up poppy ollies and helps you maintain control through suspect run-ins
  • True twin shape offers equal-opportunity stomping in either direction
  • Durable extruded base resists damage and repairs easily

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5 5


It is a super flexy board which is great for rails jumps and boxes, all around great board.

1 5

Not what i paid for.

I ordered the Black Technine Jib in black and the bottom of the board shows red with black lettering but when i opened the package up its black backround with red lettering. I chatted Dogfunk to find out that they dont have a control of the colors that technine sends "assorted colors". If you guys get assorted colors then have a picture of the assorted colors that i might be getting.

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colors really shouldnt matter, what should matter is how the board preforms on the mountain.

Would this be a good board for beginners?...

Would this be a good board for beginners? I'm looking for a beginner, park/urban (maybe) board, thx.

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its not terrible the biggest problem i have with it is that it is vary heavy i would look at the DC PBJ, Stepchild Jib Stick or Rome Artifact for that kind of riding

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if your a beginner u wont ride any urban handrails for a while

will this board also do fine hitting medium...

will this board also do fine hitting medium to large jumps?

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It depends a lot on the size of the board, but yeah it will do fine. If you hit a lot of jumps I don't think I'd get this board just because its so soft that it won't provide the stability you'll want of you're constantly hitting 80 footers. For an all around park cruiser I think you'd be fine on it though. If you're proficient at jumping a stiffer jump specific board then you'll be fine on this.

5 5

Park and Urban Machine!

This park and urban machine has the ultimate shape for jibbing. The true twin tip design has reduced tip and tail length with longer effective edge. The result is the stability of a longer board that rides like a short board with less swing weight for ease of spin tricks. That's right hop on this board and spin to win. This board will become your best friend in any park with a shape built to butter the corduroy and boxes alike. The Jib has a soft to medium flex with some serious pop. Get on this board and jib everything on site!