Technine Notorious 2017

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The Technine Notorious is new for 2017 and buy looking at that graphic, if you don't know now you know jibber. Sporting T9's Combo Hybrid camber you get the stability and pop from traditional camber under your feet and the loose and fun freestyle feel of reverse camber between your feet. This is easily the most popular camber on the market as it works all over the mountain including the park and free riding. Single Carbon and Kevlar taping from tip to tail ads pop and durability to the board. A park friendly Extruded base allows for easy repairs and a get out of snowboard jail free card when you forget to wax.

Key Features

Board Type: Park / Freestyle / Freeride

Camber Type: T9 Combo (We call it reverse hybrid)

Traditional positive camber under your feet with reverse camber between. A perfect blend of both worlds.

Flex: Soft - Medium 4/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Sitting somewhere between soft and medium, this board rides great both in the park and all over the mountain.

Shape: Twin

What ever direction your going its going to feel the same making switch riding a breeze.

Core: Power Tech Core

Full tip to tail poplar wood, know for its strength and energy return. Both Carbon and Kevlar taping from tip to tail giving the board super snap and strength.

Base: Extruded

Perfect for park riding and Australian conditions. Easy to repair and won't hate you if you fail to wax them every week.

Additional Features:

AM Edge - A 1 degrees edge keeps the catch away for easy park riding and stable cat track traverses.


Board Lengths: 152cm, 155cm

Waist Width:

(152cm) 246.5mm

(155cm) 251.5mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(152cm) 50-78kg

(155cm) 60-85kg

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