Made for big-footed park riders, the Lobster Parkboard Wide Snowboard is a wide, twin-shaped freestyle board capable of crushing kickers and jibbing the biggest park jibs and urban rails. The Parkboard has just the right amount of playfulness for pressing it out and learning new tricks without consequence, yet it's still stable enough for hitting bigger jumps and freestyle features. Its twin shape keeps you balanced for switch landings and take-offs, while the blunted tips reduce swing weight when you're perfecting those backside fives and 270 boardslides. Park Triple Base Technology (3BT) serves as the baseline for the Parkboard, which is comprised of lengthwise camber, with upturned sidebases from the contact points to tip and tail. Ultimately, the upturned sidebases provide the catch-free freestyle feel you'd expect from rocker, but without sacrificing pop or locked-in feel on rails, as you still have camber underfoot. This version of 3BT is mellower than other versions, so you'll notice it's more stable when you're approaching park kickers at high speeds and stomping bigger landings.
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