Bananas are not only fun to ride, they're also an excellent source of potassium.
- Banana Tech puts rocker between your feet, and flat zones extending to the contact points for a super-loose, catch-free feel
- Magne-Traction serrated edges add contact points to improve control in all snow conditions
- H-Pop core features a rocker-specific profile to maximize Banana Tech's pop and all-around radness
- Choose your topsheet color! Please note, base colors may vary ... but variety is the spice of life, right?
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Is there a size 159 for the Wide Skate...
Is there a size 159 for the Wide Skate Banana?
It did come in a 159 but is sold out. Check back in a few months.
i'm 6 foot tall and weigh just under 100kg,...
i'm 6 foot tall and weigh just under 100kg, is this board going to be too small for me
If you use it primarily as a park board, the 156 would be just fine. If you're looking for an all-mountain type possibly with deep snow, you'll probably want something bigger.
is there a smaller size: 147 for lib tech...
is there a smaller size: 147 for lib tech skate banana 2012 green-black
153cm is the smallest we carry.
Riding LibTech Skate Banana & GNU Park Bindings
Sorry the long intro, but there are some great shots of the gear in action.
This board rocks my socks, you can honestly do anything on this thing; back-country, jumps, boxes, etc.. The pop on this thing is stupid scary. That H-pop core is unreal. I was hitting jumps that would launch me high and past the landing zone and hitting flat, not to mention almost jumping over people off the smallest rollers. I'm pretty damn excited every time I strap in. So to make this review short, if you like Deep pow, Carving through ICE, getting HUGE pop, and smashing the rails, this is a must.