Lib Technologies Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem Snowboard

Lib Technologies Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem Snowboard
Lib Technologies Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem Snowboard
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Jamie Lynn X Lost Mayhem Snowboard by Lib Technologies
Expect high fives, mouthfuls of snow, and ear-to-ear grins when you drop in with the Lib Tech Jamie Lynn x Lost Mayhem Colab Snowboard when the pow starts stacking. Don't be fooled by its 146cm length with its ultra-wide waist and fish-inspired shape, this thing floats in the deep and weaves through tight trees with ease. Legendary surfboard shaper Matt Biolos had a hand in designing Lynn X Lost. Taking inspiration from fish surfboards that are short in length, but pack plenty of surface area, this board stays afloat in chest-deep cold smoke with minimal effort. And with its short length, the board is far more agile than your typical pow deck, allowing you to surf nimbly through trees and navigate rocky chutes with confidence. A mostly flat profile with camber outside the bindings gives you a stable ride that springs into turns and out of slashes, and the fast sintered base keeps you gliding through flat spots while all your friends are unclipping their back feet and huffing it to the base or down the cat-track.

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SKU: LBT007L
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