As Lobster's hardest charging freestyle deck, The Sender Snowboard hits the biggest and baddest kickers in the park and rips around the mountain at high speeds. The Sender's medium-stiff flex lends itself to pointing it at high speeds and stomping huge landings without excess wobbling causing unease. Seeing that it's made for cooking at higher speeds, Lobster blends a Light Core with Dual Super Tube tech--two hollowed carbon rods running tip to tail--to maximize power transfer, snappiness, and stability, all without added weight. The Sender's Freestyle Triple Base Technology (3BT) is accentuated with Sidekicks, which allows for smoother edge-to-edge transitions and increased float in powder. The baseline for The Sender all starts with Freestyle 3BT, which features lengthwise camber for all the precision and power transfer underfoot, loosened with upturned base edges at the contact points, which become more prominent towards the tip and tail. The upturned sidebases prevent you from hooking up on turns and landings, as well as increasing float in powder, as the board won't succumb to the dreaded "plowing" effect of traditional camber boards. New for this season, the 3BT profile features Sidekick Technology along the widest points of the nose and tail, which uplifts the base even more to prevent it from plowing across powder and choppy snow.
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