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The Technine Finger Snowboard is ideal for freestyle and park riding, thanks to a single radius reverse camber profile that places only ten centimeters of board's middle section down on the snow. The rest of the board's profile is bent upward--extending from the middle to both the nose and tail. The end result is a freestyle fanatic's dream: a super-poppy feel that naturally jibs without catching an edge. Have fun taking park laps or simply learning to carve without unwanted edge pressure catching snow surfaces, jumps, boxes, or rails. Another benefit to the extremely loose feel provided by rocker is the ability to float powder without submerging. As the board arcs upward from the middle, keeping your nose afloat suddenly becomes much easier. No more back leg burn on pow days!Providing a lightweight ride, a full tip-to-tail poplar wood core gives you a solid feel and control needed to progress your riding to new heights. Technine has loaded this freestyle beast with carbon stringers extending from both contact points near the tip and tail. Carbon stringers will allow your new board to maintain an even flex without becoming super mushy by season's end. Additionally, there is an internal rubber dampening system sandwiched between the upper fiberglass layers and the base of the board itself. This brings less chatter at high speeds by absorbing excess energy when riding. Another benefit to this dampening is an increase in overall impact resistance, as rubber absorbs intense shock from flat landings and uneven snow surfaces. Rounding out the list of features on this freestyle board is an extruded IS 4400 base for easy maintenance and repair. Extruded bases don't require you to wax as frequently as their sintered counterparts, and they also can be repaired easily if you suffer core shots or severe impacts from rails and park obstacles.
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Featuring psychedelic swirl graphics and a hybrid rocker/camber profile, the Technine Elements Hybrid Snowboard gives you the buttery feel of a rockered board, yet brings the poppy goodness of camber, too. The hybrid profile, with rocker between bindings and camber underfoot to tip and tail, allows for quiver-killing, all-mountain freestyle riding. Your park board is now your all-mountain freestyle weapon; enjoy the benefits of an all-terrain, hybrid design and ride the entire mountain with confidence and poise. The Quad core inside of the Elements Hybrid Snowboard is Technine's lightest and most advanced core. It's made of birch, paulowina, and poplar wood for a super lightweight core that delivers cat-like responsiveness and loads of pop. For an even lighter riding experience, the core's center strip has been milled out and filled with a honeycomb air insert. Technine has loaded this board with double carbon crosses at the nose and tail to deliver double the pop of ordinary carbon stringers. Preload the board's nose and tail and to experience boosted ollies and nollies, which should help you jump onto that gigantic battleship rail you've been eyeballin'. Once you lock onto the rail itself, press a super clean 5-0, courtesy of the interior rubber dampening, which absorbs rough impacts and chatter. Ride away like a boss and keep your speed up for the next hit. This board is blessed with a super fast Sintered IS 7200 base, which is extremely porous and built extra-tough.
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The Technine Finger Snowboard is ideal for freestyle and park riding, thanks to a single radius reverse camber profile that places only ten centimeters of board's middle section down on the snow. The rest of the board's profile is bent upward--extending from the middle to both the nose and tail. The end result is a freestyle fanatic's dream: a super-poppy feel that naturally jibs without catching an edge. Have fun taking park laps or simply learning to carve without unwanted edge pressure catching snow surfaces, jumps, boxes, or rails. Another benefit to the extremely loose feel provided by rocker is the ability to float powder without submerging. As the board arcs upward from the middle, keeping your nose afloat suddenly becomes much easier. No more back leg burn on pow days!Providing a lightweight ride, a full tip-to-tail poplar wood core gives you a solid feel and control needed to progress your riding to new heights. Technine has loaded this freestyle beast with carbon stringers extending from both contact points near the tip and tail. Carbon stringers will allow your new board to maintain an even flex without becoming super mushy by season's end. Additionally, there is an internal rubber dampening system sandwiched between the upper fiberglass layers and the base of the board itself. This brings less chatter at high speeds by absorbing excess energy when riding. Another benefit to this dampening is an increase in overall impact resistance, as rubber absorbs intense shock from flat landings and uneven snow surfaces. Rounding out the list of features on this freestyle board is an extruded IS 4400 base for easy maintenance and repair. Extruded bases don't require you to wax as frequently as their sintered counterparts, and they also can be repaired easily if you suffer core shots or severe impacts from rails and park obstacles.
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If there were an embassy dedicated to smooth presses, poppy feel, and lightweight freestyle fun, the Technine Icon would be its diplomat. The Technine Icon squashes icy uprisings and choppy coups with superior edge hold, thanks to ABS sidewalls, progressive sidecut, and three-layer rubber dampening. Featuring a true twin shape, classic camber profile, and Power Tech Ultra Lite core, the Icon is more than willing to negotiate any terrain you can throw its way. Technine has provided this board with ample torsional flex, yet it has loaded the Icon with plenty of stability, courtesy of a classic camber profile and bi-axial laminate. Camber has been used since the inception of snowboarding, providing a feel of stability when cruising the mountain, yet also allowing you to lock down presses with unmatched ease. The bi-axial fiberglass laminate allows for an ideal freestyle-focused flex and provides the buttery torsional feel that Technine team riders crave. Inside the guts of this board, you'll find a full tip-to-tail poplar wood core for the strength, stability, and control needed to rip apart the entire mountain. Full-length carbon stringers have been added to the core, boosting ollie power and enhancing stability when stomping hard landings. A honeycomb insert has been milled into the center of the board, saving precious weight for sending huge airs off jumps and kickers alike. The base of this board is extruded, allowing you to skip a day of waxing, if so desired. An extruded base is more of a low-maintenance material, and it is easily repaired, ideal for the hard abuse freestyle boards often are subjected to.
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