Technine Fetish 2018

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The 2018 Technine Fetish is a soft and easy to ride reverse camber board that is perfect for girls who are starting out riding, or want a loose and forgiving board that they can take anywhere on the mountain.

The T9 Rocker Reverse camber keeps the board loose and easy to move around, and will keep you afloat when the there is deep snow to ride. If you are taking it in the park, the soft flex (2/10) will make it easy to nail those presses and butters.

Key Features

Camber Type: T9 Rocks Reverse Camber

A tradition Designed with a single radius reverse camber, only 10cm in between your feet touches the ground, the rest is rockered away.

Flex: 2/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A nice mellow flex that is both fun and forgiving. Perfect for progressing and freestyle riding.

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: Ultra Lite Power Tech Core

A full tip-to-tail poplar core with finger joints. The reduced weight keeps it easy to move, but still keeps its pop and control.

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.


Board Lengths: 138cm, 142cm, 147cm, 150cm

Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)

Waist Width:

(138cm) 234mm

(142cm) 238mm

(147cm) 246mm

(150cm) 248mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(138cm) 45kg-59kg

(142cm) 52kg-68kg

(147cm) 57kg-75kg

(150cm) 61kg-79kg

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