Lib Technologies Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem C3 Snowboard

Lib Technologies Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem C3 Snowboard
Lib Technologies Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem C3 Snowboard
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Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem C3 Snowboard by Lib Technologies
Lib Tech has proven it understands the modern snowboarder with the Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem C3 Snowboard. Don't be too quick to judge the 147cm length of this powder carving stick--it can really float! The fish inspired directional shape and ultra wide waist produce a carvy surf inspired ride that is at home in deep snow, on wind lips, and in tight trees. To further function as a nimble deep snow ripper this board features the C3 profile which consists of mellow rocker between the bindings with camber underfoot to give you a stable, responsive ride that springs into turns and out of slashes, but still floats exceptionally well in untouched snow. Pairing this profile and shape with a durable and lightweight aspen and paulownia core allows for additional control and fun pop out of turns that will keep you surfing the fresh snow from sun up to sun down.

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