Technine Shred Til Death 2018

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The 2018 Technine Shred til Death is their go to classic jib deck, that gives you a solid feel of old school camber, in a board that is equally capable all over the mountain. The traditional camber means that you can power through turns, boost off rollers, and hold an edge even when the snow is hardpacked and icy.

If you are after that classic camber feeling that can't be beaten, the Shred till Death should be top of your list!

Key Features

Camber Type: T9 Classic

A traditional classic camber that keeps the gives you the best pop, stability at high speed and edge hold. Can't beat camber!

Flex: 6/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Medium flex that can handle riding all over the mountain, but still won't take too much effort to press and butter.

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 Kevlar Taping Tip to Tail


Board Lengths: 149cm, 152cm, 154cm, 157cm

Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)

Waist Width:

(149cm) 247mm

(152cm) 248mm

(154cm) 249mm

(157cm) 248mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(149cm) 50kg-68kg

(152cm) 54kg-78kg

(154cm) 60kg-85kg

(157cm) 66kg-95kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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  • Want to find out about snowboard cambers and shapes? Click here.
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  • Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
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