The Jamie Lynn Phoenix Tittyfish is a lib Tech snowboard offering the best of freestyle in freeride. Strong hold, stiff and stable tips and full camber for powerful charging.
Jamie Lynn is a snowboard living-legend. Sponsored by Lib Tech since forever, he has quite a few boards wearing his name in the brand’s collection. This new Jamie Lynn Phoenix Tittyfish is one of them. Developed on the rider’s demand, the board offers a freestyle character coupled with a freeride profile. It’s perfect for charging any slope the mountain can offer, especially when it’s covered in pow.
What can the Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix Tittyfish snowboard do?
The Tittyfish is the winning combination of freestyle and freeride. Featuring a pretty standard construction compared to what Lib Tech is used to releasing, it’s a good board for more traditional riders who want the feel of what the brand used to make back in the 90’s with the performance of 2019 products. It’s a full camber board with a stiff nose and tail which means it holds an edge very easily and allows for powerful carving. The stiff tail delivers stability at high speeds and the true radial sidecut (no Magne Traction) offers a smoother feel and a more old-school look. On powder the board floats easily with its shovel nose and moves through the deep as if it was a simple task.
Who is the Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix Tittyfish snowboard designed for?
We recommend the Jamie Lynn Phoenix Tittyfish to advanced and expert riders looking for a versatile and highly performing snowboard that can ride hard and fast on any terrain. Old-school design with modern techs make this board a gem.
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