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Go green with Envi. No, not envy—we mean the Roxy Women's Envi C2 BTX Snowboard. This all-mountain directional twin shred-blade was made with careful, eco-conscious attention to detail. This board is U.S.A.-built and incorporates a BIO-bean topsheet, soy-based inks, and a layer of super lightweight, sustainably farmed bamboo.

  • Banana Traction shape features a reverse camber for float in pow and a serrated edged for cleanly carving hardpack
  • Biaxial topglass and bamboo overlay reduces weight and increases response
  • Medium flex handles everything on the mountain
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Hey all, I'm thinking of picking up this...

Hey all,

I'm thinking of picking up this board, but I'm not sure about the serrated edge. I've never ridden that kind of edge before, can someone give me some feedback on it?


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The Magnetraction is what we call the serrated edge. It's the equivalent of having snow tires on your vehicle. you hit that unexpected patch of ice and instead of crashing, you ride it out. Mervin Mfg that makes these boards won over 10 Transworld Good Wood awards with this design on every board. Not to mention the many, many other awards from previous seasons.

My advice it to de-tune each of the 7 contact points (per side) so the board releases from a turn easier. That means to file down the sharpness of the edge at every high-point just a bit.

You will be happy the board has the serrated edge, it's pretty much what makes the C2 Banana tech work as well as it does!

Thanks man. I've heard of magnetraction before, but totally didn't make the connection that it was the serrated edge. Should have done a smidge more research. I planned on doing some minor detuning as it seemed like magnetraction would be rather aggressive.

Thanks again!

Hi there, super keen to get my hands on...

Hi there, super keen to get my hands on this board. Wondering if it will be long enough though. I'm 5"8 and about 80kg. Female. Mainly after an all mountain board that wont be too biased towards powder or otherwise. Any ideas if the 153 will be long enough for me?