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Action-packed for all conditions, all year long … maaaaannng.

The Technine Team Dennison Snowboard delivers a soft, even flex on a deck that’s just at home on a backcountry booter as it is in the streets. Derek Dennison wouldn’t have it any other way.
  • Carbon stringers add pop for on-point precision and steady mobbin’
  • stitched bi-axial laminate keep this deck smooth and buttery
  • Power Tech Lite Core with carbon taping light and springy from peak to park
  • Interior rubber dampening absorb unwanted chatter and vibrations under your feet

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TEAM Dennison!

"For the second year straight, the good ol' boys at T9 let me design my very own stick to play around with in the snow. I didn't really get too fancy with all the techy shit... just a good all around board with a good shape (we rounded out the nose and tail a bit more this year), a little more width for stability, and that nice soft flex that we all know and love. Ever since I can remember I've been stoked on the T9 Mass Appeal decks, so it only makes sense that I put together a board similar to that one. If you're stoked on the Mass Appeal, give this one a shot and see what ya think. As far as the graphic, I did the art myself and I'm stoked with the general vibe that comes from it.... Technine, Peace, and Snowboarding.... three things that fit together well... enjoy." --Derek Dennison

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im really interested in ridding a technine deck for next season but i had a couple questions. Why do you use finger joints in the cores and how does it effect the flex? Secondly where are your boards manufactured and do you know your warranty rate of return?