Stepchild Jib Stick - 2010


Rail mastermind Joe Sexton’s stick of choice. With rubber sidewall damping, rounded edges between the binding and a medium flex, the Jib Stick is perfect for all out rail and jib warfare.

Manufacturer's Description:

This board is designed and guaranteed to improve your jibbing. The Reverse camber/Rocker design with the low profile nose/tail is a perfect combination for a buttery smooth jib board. New for this year we added a 156 and also bracketed the rocker for the different lengths (148-4mm, 153-6mm, 156-8m“m) The Jib Stick also has a rubber sidewall strip to help absorb rail impact and a reverse Kicker I core or stable jibbing and landings. To make things even easier for jibbing, this board also comes with the option of RETT edges. If you suck at jibbing, maybe you just need to try this board.

The Jib Stick is pretty much the only board I rode last season. They last forever, have tons of pop, and look fresh, pretty much a deadly combination. It comes with optional pre-dulled edges (RETT) so you don’t have to waste time with filing. Its still 2 legit 2 quit!” - Joe Sexton

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

High cost $

Rocker Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
148, 153, 156

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Kicker II Core
Extruded/Screened base
Smooth “Soft Belt” finish – Pre waxed
Quadrax fibreglass
12 pac inserts per foot
Non Stick UV Lacquer coating
Bracketed Rocker: 4mm-148, 6mm- 153, 8mm-156
Armadillo insert reinforcement
Trojan rubber sidewall damping
Round edge tapered tuning
Twin shape

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Stepchild Jib Stick

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What colour is powder?

avery anderson on February 09, 2010 at 09:05 PM


what is a better park board the Everything Sucks, Jiib stick, Chi Borg or Jp walker.

Dylan on October 04, 2010 at 11:57 PM

How well does this handle jumps?