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Gooner's deck of choice for park laps and mellow mini-shred days.

Lucas Magoon wanted a super-buttery jib stick for messing around in the park, so Technine built him a rocker version of his pro-model snowboard. The reverse-camber shape and custom jib tune encourage throwing new combos on the flat-down without fear of catching your edge.

  • Reverse-camber (rocker) shape lifts the board's contact points off the snow for a catch-free, skatey ride
  • Custom jib tune reduces gnarly slams due to edge bite on rails/ledges/boxes
  • Rubber dampening strips near the edges absorb vibration and create a smoother ride
  • Carbon stringers in the core increase pop

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cant deiced between this and the re-enforcer...

cant deiced between this and the re-enforcer all i ride is rails and small jumps (15-35 ft) any opinions

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Go with this deck! I just answered your ? on the re-enforcer page as well. This board has carbon stringers from tip/tail, to strengthen the board overall!

Many Thanks Lucio!


Does this board come with a decent factory...

Does this board come with a decent factory wax job it feels a little more rough than average on the bottom, what would you recommend for the first couple times out?

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Its all in the feel. Ride it and if it feels good then you're set. If it feels slow wax it.

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dude dont worry about the wax! all i ride is rails and i rarely wax my boards

I am debating if I should go with a 149.5cm...

I am debating if I should go with a 149.5cm or 152.5cm… I currently have the 2009-2010 Team Gun 152cm, If I go smaller will there be a major difference between the two?

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It depends on what type of riding you do and your weight. A 3cm difference isn't huge but it can make a difference depending on what you'll use the board for. If you like the 152 then stick with it. If you want something smaller for less swing weight I'm sure you can ride the 149.5 if you're fine on the 152. If you plan on keeping the Gnu I'd go for the smaller one, that way you have a few different sizes of boards instead of an army of 152s or whatever. Also remember that dogfunk has an insane return policy, whichever board you pick if you don't like it exchange it, I did that last year on this site, Good luck.

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Well this is my first full year boarding. I just started learning how to do tricks and going off park jumps now. I am 5'6" 135lbs, my current board is the technine team series 152cm. I kind of find it difficult for me to do 180s, Oillies etc. Hopefully by going with a shorter board and a softer flex will help me with my performance.
Thanks for the insight Justin!

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great board

First off this is an amazing board i love reverse camber and any board that has it im all for it great for the park never been more amazed love small boards im 5' 9" and i rock any where from a 147 to a 152 but i bought this board in a 149.5 its great i just em not sure what kind of bindings to rock because i dont want to match the board with the bindings to much so not sure if i should buy the technine LM pro bindings not sure. and not good for a begginer deffintaly should look at a different board way to spendy to start out on but if u want it go for it. and i have no idea why u would break a board intentionly but thanks for the review

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Go with the Elements Bindings: all black?


Much cleaner look, with such a gnarly top sheet!

Thanks for the feedback on the board, and you are right about this not being a beginner board. Has a lot of Tech features like the Custom Jib Edge (detuned out of the wrapper!), and rubber above the metal edge to soften the whole jib experience! My personal opinion is reverse camber is for a seasoned rider as well. Beginners need to learn on traditional cambered boards in order to learn how an effective edge works, and not have a false sense of confidence. A rocker board would be for somebody that wants a 2nd or 3rd board in their arsenal for those fun park/jib days! or a fun day in deep powder with 1/2 the effort!

Have a great season, Cole!

Ryan T

I just started snowboarding last year and...

I just started snowboarding last year and want to invest in a new board, is this board for more advanced riders or will it suit me fine for just riding on starter hills.

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Well First off, it is a reverse camber board, which many people are saying are great for learning. I am not 100 percent sure if it is a beginner geared board, but im sure the reverse camber will come in handy while learning and it comes at a decent price point. Plus a flexy board means a forgiving board which is key while learning

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I would wait til you start riding the park hard or until your more experinced (cruisin easy and fast, f360s, ya know) and are looking for a change. I would ride standard camber til you get better. If you must get reverse camber go easy on yourself and buy a cheaper board, but thats just my opinion

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to flexible for beginning this is a JIB board if your not riding park and jibbing dont get it

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LOL got this board like wo weeks ago and then put it in this thing that bends wood and tried to see the flew of this board then when it reached he max the board was almost like ^ and tehn it broke in half LOL hella flexible board people. man DOGFUNK sells it cheaper than the place i got it