From high-speed jump lines to urban rail sessions, you'll feel right at home when you're strapped into the Lobster Parkboard Snowboard. The Parkboard has just the right amount of playfulness for dorking around on jibs and learning new tricks in the park, but with enough stiffness and stability to handle bigger jumps. Its twin shape keeps you balanced for switch take-offs and landings, while the blunted tips reduce swing weight when you're throwing cab fives off jumps and perfecting those 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 the tips. Ultimately, the upturned sidebases provide the catch-free freestyle riding you'd expect from a rocker profile, but without sacrificing its pop or locked-in feel on rails, as you still have camber underfoot. This version of 3BT is mellower than more freeride-oriented versions, so you'll notice it's more stable approaching park features and stomping landings off park jumps.
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