Lobster Jib Board Snowboard

Lobster Jib Board Snowboard
Lobster Jib Board Snowboard
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Jib Board Snowboard by Lobster
When Eiki Helgason is ready to throw down mind-bending tricks n the streets, he reaches for the Lobster Jib Board Snowboard. This super-soft, yet strong board is built for locking into nose presses, throwing 270 boardslides, and greasing butters. Whether you spend a lot of time in the streets or you like sticking to the rail line at your local park, this is the board for you. Jib Triple Base Technology (3BT) provides the baseline for the Jib Board. This profile starts with flat camber running lengthwise, then upturns the base edges towards the tip and tail to eliminate hang-ups when riding flat base. This combination of flat camber and upturned base edges lends the forgiving feel of rocker, but without sacrificing the predictable tracking and stable landings of flat camber. Jib 3BT features the widest center base of any 3BT version, helping you lock into rails and stomp huge landings without looping out.

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SKU: LOB001M
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