JL Phoenix Dagmar C2 Snowboard by Lib Technologies
More forgiving than Jamie Lynn's pro boards usually are, the Lib Tech JL Phoenix Dagmar C2 Snowboard brings you a trench-carving sidecut and floaty Dagmar nose to ensure all-terrain, freestyle, and resort-friendly performance. The wide, shark-bitten Dagmar nose offers exceptional float in deep pow, while the mid-level flex let you get a bit more creative for playing around on cat tracks, sending tweaked stalefishes through the park, or sneaking off to hit side stashes from the groomed trail. The C2 BTX profile features rocker between the bindings for a floaty and forgiving ride in powder, with camber zones extending from the bindings to the tip and tail to give it a more aggressive feel that provides edge hold on hard pack and pop off of jumps. The directional shape and Dagmar nose help make this deck a one-board quiver, while the lightweight aspen/Colombian gold core provides a lively, snappy feel underfoot without being overly bulky. Magne-Traction edges give you a confident edgehold on bulletproof terrain without fear of getting hung up, and the TNT base serves up a low-maintenance ride that can handle skipping a few days of waxing.
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