Flawless backside 180 no-grab not included.
- Wide shape delivers extra stability and float, and can handle big boots without toe drag
- Biax fiberglass offers a forgiving flex that inspires confidence on landings
- Twin shape helps you stomp regular or switch with equal control
- Extruded base takes a ton of abuse and repairs easily
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This is great
I rode so many burton boards including a custom and this board is just perfect. Carves with ease no catching eges and is soft and has huge pop I just fly over small jumps Highly Highly recommended
I have around 11 or 12 mens sized boot,...
I have around 11 or 12 mens sized boot, would this board be too skinny (the 155cm length one)?
This board is a mid-wide with a 26.2cm waist.You shouldn't have a problem but if your boots are much longer than that you may want to get a wide board or get some binding risers.
Is this board better for rails? Because,...
Is this board better for rails? Because, personally, I'm looking for a Technine board with more pop and a cheap board too. I wanna get better at rails and boxes but I love jumps more then features. Help me out?
will these bindings match with the white one or even the black ones?
will these bindings match with the colors of the white one or the black one?
errr, what's 180 no-grab?
errr, what's 180 no-grab?
Its a trick.... you jump and spin 180 degrees in the air then land backwards or switch
just really steezy, and you don't even grab your board for style points, because it looks so good! MFM is the king of floaty spins with no grab. enjoy!
okay, my kid is tall (about 5'11"), on the...
okay, my kid is tall (about 5'11"), on the slim side (160 or so) has size 12 mens Salomon boots. he's pretty competent on a rental board, isn't really into doing tricks. What would be a good size board and can you recommend bindings? he'd be very happy to get a new board for his 15th bday.
well he sounds like a beginner so i would say stay away form Technine boards because on average they are more of a heavy board. If he isn't doing tricks i would say a 158or 157 would be a good starting point for a board but if he wants to get more in to park riding or ticks i would say a 156 or 155 would be your best bet. And as far as boards go i would recommend......
its a little more advance for a first board but it is also one of the best boards out there
its a little softer and its a "rocker" style snowboard witch makes it a good beginning board because it will be soft and forgiving board
This is the board i personally ride right now its great true twin and this year's is zero camber so it is also vary forgiving and fun to learn on.
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You also might want to consider going for a Wide snowboard because at a size 12 he's is right on the edge of needing a Wide board and if you get him started on a wide board it should then having him switch after he gets more experienced.
As far as bindings go i would highly recommend the......
Any thing "Union" brand if you can find the right size at this point in the season
or Ride Contrabands
.... he will need a L/XL size for his boots....... hope that helped
I don't know where ben is getting his info from, but Technine boards are definitely not heavy. With full poplar wood cores, and some w/ honeycore air cutout the center, the Technine line of products offers something for everyone. Read one of the comments above regarding how light and fun this board really is!
I would suggest going with:
This is a wider board to accommodate your sons size 12 foot. now he has more board under his feet, and should be able to have more control, while learning.
For bindings, i suggest:
A lighter, beginner binding, and great for all riding styles! size 12 should be good in a size L.
Enjoy the shred!
First freestyle board
I bought this board because I wanted to start doing tricks and rails. It has a soft flex that I love and this is the lightest board I have ever owned. It does turn much more differently than I'm used to but i bought it in a 158 and i weigh 195 pounds. Would definitely recommend this to a friend.
Growing up with out much access to money has made MFM know the true value of the dollar. He had to earn every cent on his way up and has not forgotten what it is like to be strapped for cash and want a new snowboard. That is why he created the MFM Classic. The Classic is a toned down version of his pro model, with the same mid-wide shape and flex, with an eased-up construction. A bit easier on your wallet but just as fun to ride, the MFM Classic's soft flex and stable rideability makes this board perfect for all riders.