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Your methods may never look like Jamie's, but that doesn't mean you should stop trying.

Much like Jamie Lynn himself, Lib Tech Phoenix C2BTX Snowboard rips apart all types of terrain with a beautiful mix of aggression and elegance. Kind of like a tap-dancing grizzly bear or something. The hybrid-rocker profile and directional twin shape blend freedom, float, and stability for an outrageously fun ride from parks to pillow lines.
  • C2 Power Banana uses rocker between your feet and camber in the tip/tail for a forgiving, floaty ride that still holds a mean edge and pops powerful ollies
  • Magne-Traction adds contact points for improved edge control in all conditions
  • Basalt/fiberglass combo laminate adds pop and decreases both material weight and harmful toxins
  • Castor beans-based topsheet is eco-friendly for maximum karma points

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One sweet ride

Jamie Lynn Phoenix 151

At first I was a little worried that the 151 would be a bit short for my size, specially since I am 150lbs and have a size 9 boot and the waist width is 24.7cm and I usually ride boards around 156 to 158.

This deck is a workhorse. The mellow mag is a lot less catchy than the other two Libs I own (a T.Rice 153 and a Banana Magic 157) and you can lock and carve better than any carving board out there. The base, even though extruded, is quite fast. Much longer radial sidecut to lock in to those turns and gun it over everything.

The C2BTX definitely helps keep it a lot more stable on high speed. Isn't squirelly at all like other reverse camber/rocker boards I've tried. Very stable on every jump I hit with it.

I took it through the trees, through ice and crud, on through the deep and the steep. Slayed 'em all. Very happy with this board.

One sweet ride