The Technine Mass Appeal Snowboard excites the masses.
Just like a bangin sound system, everyone gets psyched on the Technine Mass Appeal Snowboard. This freestyle snowboard features a snappy, lightweight poplar core that pops giant airs, and blows away the competition like a sound-boy murderer. A medium flex overlayed with Technine’s fiberglass tri-axial laminate ensures a sweet ride that loves to scout for hits. The Mass Appeal’s radial sidecut bangs out smooth turns and muscles through jibs like a woofer churning out bass thumps. Technine gave this killer deck a twin-tip shape so you can ride switch just as comfortably as regular.
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I found it half price at a trade fair but I wasn't sure about buyin it. Basicly, I'm an All mountain/Free rider and I knew technine was a pure freestyle board.
In the end I bought the 153 lenght (I'm 178cm tall for 74Kg), seen that it was rigid enough for my needs and also was mid-wide.
From the first time I rode it, I found it very easy to conduct and much more versatile than I thought.
Great in Park as supposed to be, and, with surprise, thx to its mide-wide base (I think), I had much fun also in powder. Couldn't believe how good I was floatin and jumpin cliffs with this board..
Affordable price and great performance on any terrain. I recommend it.
That guy up there
Doesn't know what he's talking about. "Hit a few ice chunks" means beat the hell out of it, and he probably got a core shot from catching a burr on a rail in the park.... it happens.... Technine boards are sick! I'm planning on getting one next season, and everyone i have ridden, or any one of my friends that has one loves it... don't listen to dje2589667, he probably doesnt take care of his decks and no board will survive that crap.
Ballin' out of control
This is the first board I've ever owned after years of borrowing boards from my friends and renting at multiple resorts. This board is by far the best I've ever rode. The flexibility is just right and the true twin is really nice. I rode in Utah, New Mexico, and Whistler with this board. I also rode all over Keystone throughout the seasonpopoh96te and the super amazing A-51 park that they have and not a signle problem. It handled every signle jump, rail, and box with no problem at all. My brother also has this board and is mad at me cause he says that I should be better with this board. Further I've never had a problem with Technine warranty, anytime I've had a binding problem I just took it in to the factory and they didn't ask any questions. My brother was able to get a brand new board after 2 years of hardcore riding because the laminate was starting to peel. Technine is by far the best.
DO NOT BUY THIS BOARD It lasted for 2 laps through the park before imploding in on it self
I bought this board because technine has a reputation for building strong boards that can handle rails, boxes, street terrain, etc.
Well, I hit a box in the park twice before the edge shattered and the base layer peeled back about 2 inches. Oh, and the top layer peeled as well because I hit a few ice chunks.
Following this great experience technine refused to warranty my board because I had used it to jib...
But they build their reputation around jibbing, then build boards that can't even handle a little bit of it...I'm going to report them to the better business bureau.
CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP.
do burton bindings fit into other snowboards...
do burton bindings fit into other snowboards other than burton boards
The only Burton bindings which will not fit other boards are the EST bindings. Burton's non EST bindings will fit Technine boards because they will either come with a set of universal discs, which adapts to Burton's 3-hole pattern as well as 4x insert patterns of other manufacturers, or a set of Burton 3-hole discs and a set of four-hole discs. The Burton discs will not fit inside a Technine binding tray either. (in case you were wondering)