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Jamie Lynn charges hard from Mt. Baker to the backcountry, so he worked with Lib Tech to create a board that could handle both high speeds and deep snow. The result is the Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix C3-BTX Snowboard, a camber-dominant big mountain stick that's equally capable of ripping steep lines and surfing bottomless powder with ease.

The C3-BTX profile looks and feels like traditional camber, but it actually has a slight amount of rocker directly between the bindings to improve float and control in powder. A directional twin shape and set-back stance gives you more power and control when you're shredding, but still allows you to ride away switch so you can stomp those big back 180s into fluffy landings. It also features a mellower version of Magne-Traction to give it a less grabby feel without sacrificing reliable edge hold.

You can also ride a little easier knowing that this board was made right here in America using environmentally-friendly materials. Basalt reduces the amount of fiberglass needed without sacrificing strength, the Bio Bean topsheet is made from castor beans instead of petroleum-based plastics, and the lightweight and lively aspen and Colombian Gold wood core comes from fast-growing, sustainably harvested trees so you're not contributing to the destruction of the rainforests.

  • Mild rocker between bindings, dominant camber to contacts
  • Twin shape
  • Magne-Traction edges
  • Basalt and fiberglass lay-up
  • Medium flex
  • Aspen and Colombian Gold core
  • TNT extruded base
  • Made in USA
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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought this for big days and stomping big drops. That's what it is designed for. It is camber dominant so if you have grown up on reverse or flat boards, it's gonna be different. If you shredded the 90's you'll love it. Cool art and the base is pretty durable so far but not as durable as my Rossi Onemag.

How would you compare the Jamie Lynn Phoenix and the MuellAir? Bigger set back with the MuellAir (2" vs 0.5"). Other big and subtle differences? They seem to be of similar design inspiration.

The MullAir will has taper to the board. The tail is narrower than the nose. It is much more of a true directional board then the this. It also has mellower magnetraction and different Materials. The only thing that is really similar is the C3 camber profile.