2014 Lobster Jib Board Snowboard Review
Looking of a catch-free soft jib snowboard with positive camber? Look no further. The 2014 Lobster Jib Board snowboard is what you want. It’s soft, very soft, but because of the traditional positive camber it still has pop. That said, if you want to launch it off big jumps, 40ft and bigger, consider the Lobster Park Board snowboard.
We recommend the 2014 Lobster Jib snowboard as a backyard rail killer or a summertime park rat board. It’s very easy to press and is made for buttering. Lobster uses Bataleon’s TBT (Triple Base Technology) which is spoon edges that raise the edges off the snow at the contact points. This is why it’s so catch-free.
The bottom line is that the Lobster Jib Board snowboard is exactly what you would expect it to be and it does a great job at it too.
Shred Cred 97
Does Board Insiders recommend this snowboard? 3 Yes
Would we buy this snowboard? 3 Yes
2014 Lobster Jib Board Snowboard Flex Test Video:
From Lobster Snowboards:
The Helgasons are up to no good in the streets with the Lobster Jib Snowbaord. With a soft flex and Triple Base Technology (TBT), you’ll be jibbing around like a madman. Don’t worry about messing up the base; because with an extruded base and hammer edges, the Lobster Jib Snowboard will take a beating so you don’t have to.
Available Sizes: 144, 148, 151, 153, 154w