Lib Technologies Mayhem Twin Rocket Snowboard

Lib Technologies Mayhem Twin Rocket Snowboard
Lib Technologies Mayhem Twin Rocket Snowboard
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Mayhem Twin Rocket Snowboard by Lib Technologies
The first Matt Biolos-designed Rocket made a lot of multi-directional riders feel a little left out, so Lib Technologies decided to please the switch-footed masses and created the Mayhem Twin Rocket Snowboard. Harnessing the slightly tapered profile of the original, the Rocket Twin capitalizes on Lib's C3 tech to deliver a ride that is floaty in the pow but will hold an edge on firmer terrain and not give you a gnarly case of the speed chatters, so by all means, go fast. The moderately stiff design is great for getting into scary, exposed terrain and having the stability to style the line like a boss, and the directional twin design assures that landing switch in the pow will feel smooth and natural. Plus, the Twin Rocket was manufactured in the US (near Canada), so you purchase will help support hard-working American shredders just like you.

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