Equal parts smooth and precise, the Lib Tech Jack Knife Snowboard is the dream board of big-mountain freestyle legend Eric Jackson, and designed to handle the diciest terrain with speed, control, and above all else, fun. A hard-carving camber profile, lightweight wood core, and smooth-operating HP HorsePower construction all come together to help you pick apart technical lines in steep terrain and spin off cornices into deep powder landings. Starting with a C3 camber-dominant profile, the Jack Knife features aggressive camber at both the tips and tail with a mild rocker profile between the bindings. This results in powerful turns, enhanced edge control, and poppy ollies, while mild rocker between your feet adds a forgiving feel and float in powder. Then, the tapered directional shape keeps your nose up in mega-deep snow and improves drive when pointing it down chutes, while the medium-stiff flex boosts response for powerful pop and stability at speeds. A sustainably-harvested blend of aspen and paulownia in the core boosts the board's overall strength and pop without the bulky extra weight, and a hyper-speed sintered base keeps you ripping fast even in slow conditions.
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