- Sizes: 142, 145, 149, 153
- Flex: 6
- Profile: Hybrid
- Shape: Directional
- Price: £430/€480
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Lib Tech have a history of providing some of the gnarliest gear each season, and this year they’ve created a series of women’s boards for the first time. This hand-crafted North-American stick is the Dynamiss with artwork by Jamie Lynn.
The Dynamiss features Lib’s signature ‘Banana Technology’ camber. This is constructed from a mild rocker in the middle of the board, with cambers underneath both of the feet. The result is complete feel, precision and grip underfoot, with the forgiveness and manoeuvrability in between the feet more commonly associated with a rocker board.
Any extra grip required can always be found in the ‘Magne-Traction’ – a serrated style edge increasing the contact points through the turn to maximise grip, even in the worst conditions.
“The result is complete feel, precision and grip underfoot”
It’s the shape that lends the Dynamiss its harder charging freedride credentials, though. A larger, directional nose for increased float or smashing through the crud, with a tighter, tapered tail to snap you out of every turn.
Combined with the aspen and paulownia core, reinforced birch sidewalls, the combination of triax and biax fibreglass sheets, the Dynamiss is made for the rider who demands performance and precision in every condition.
The Jamie Lynn signature graphics finish the board with his renowned look, and don’t stray too far into the clichéd territory of “shrink it and pink it” women’s snowboard graphics.
Made at the Mervin factory in Washington State (also home to Gnu and Roxy) the Dynamiss has some serious eco-cred. Constructed using entirely renewable energy and eco-efficient processes – the Dynamiss shreds without leaving a big environmental footprint.