Technine 4/20 2018

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The 2018 Technine 4/20 is the upgraded version of last years Joint, which makes it the perfect jib and park board.

With the Custom Jib Edge, you can take it to the park straight out of the wrapper, and the the Single Carbon Taping means that you can easily handle bigger features.

The softer 3/10 flex means that buttering and presses are going to be easy, and the forgiving Flat Rock camber is not going to punish you if you don't make a spin all the way around.   

Key Features

Camber Type: Flat Rock

The overall flat profile, with reverse camber starting outside of the bindings gives you a forgiving and fun ride, that keeps it loose and easy, and will help with float on deep days. 

Flex: 3/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff) 

Medium - Soft flex that can ride all over the mountain but will still do its best work in the park.

Shape: True Twin

True twin through and through. Designed for freestyle minded riders who like to ride switch as often as they ride regular.

Core: Power Tech Core

A full tip-to-tail poplar core with finger joints. The poplar keeps the core strong, with the perfect amount of stability and energy. 

Edges: Radial Sidecut

A single radius along the length of the board makes this sidecut extremely versatile and predictable.

Base: Extruded TT 1500

The extruded base is a tough and reliable material, that doesn't need much attention to keep you sliding.

Additional Features: 

Single Carbon Taping - A single carbon strip running down the length of the board, adding pop and snap without any extra torsional stiffness.


Board Lengths: 148cm, 151cm, 153cm, 156cm 

Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)

Waist Width:  

(148cm) 240mm

(151cm) 242mm

(153cm) 242mm

(156cm) 244mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(148cm) 45kg-70kg

(151cm) 50kg-75kg

(153cm) 54kg-78kg

(156cm) 60kg-85kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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