Lobster Shifter Snowboard

Lobster Shifter Snowboard
Lobster Shifter Snowboard
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Shifter Snowboard by Lobster
New to the Lobster line-up for 2019, the Shifter comes to us ready to rip the park, urban features, and natural jibs at the resort with a creative eye and soft flex. This progression-oriented twin ensures an easy-going learning curve with its forgiving, poppy profile, strong wood core, and tough-as-nails extruded base. Plus, the urethane-infused Flex Walls both absorb harsh impacts and chatter from high-speed runs.

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SKU: LOB002K
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