Jamie Lynn Phoenix Snowboard - Wide by Lib Technologies
As a versatile rider that often finds himself in varied conditions from pipe, pow, to hard pack, Jamie Lynn needs a board that can rise to any occasion. That's why over the years he's collaborated with Lib Technologies to create the Jamie Lynn Wide Phoenix Snowboard, which offers top-speed stability while also providing float during pow hunt'n season. And this wider version is especially good for big-footed riders that rip. The 17/18 Phoenix incorporates C3 technolgy that combines minimal rocker underfoot (for float in the fresh) with pronounced camber in the tip and tail so the board will remain stable and chatter-free when shifting into 4th and 5th gear on the groomers. The directional twin shape's stance is slightly set back, so the nose floats, but you can still nail switch landings when need be. Plus, Lib Tech manufactured the Phoenix in the US using sustainably sourced wood, so by ripping this deck, you're supporting American workers and doing less harm to the planet you love to surf.
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