Volkl Jibster SQD - 2010

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Jib-tastic! Utilising Volkl’s convex Slide Base which raises the edge above the base to eliminate any chance of a juicy hang-up. The Volkl Jibster also features soft triaxial glass for forgiving torsional flex and reinforced sidewalls to minimise the effects of stomping rails on your deck! Butter, press and slide your way around the park. Folks riding small local hills, local hand rails or indoor should include the Jibster on their shortlist.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Twin-Tip Rocker Shape with Kink Nose for all jibbing aficionados! Thanks to a negative camber, the nose and tail are floating in the air. Those who are into butter tricks will love this construction! A highlight: The Convex Slide Base and drawn-up multilayer sidewalls make the Jibster SQD unique. The edge will hardly touch the rail which makes lip slides dead easy. No more of those annoying and painful edge-catching slams! V-Flex fiberglass and triaxial weave provide perfect power transmission and forgiving torsional behaviour. The SQD Twin-Tip Sidecut of the Jibster SQD is ready to impress not only in the park but also on the groomers where it delivers some playful and little less direct riding properties! For all those who feel home on rails or are aiming to do so soon.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding High cost snowboard Rocker construction Twin shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
152, 156

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

TIP-TO-TAIL SUPREME WOOD
KINK NOSE
BEVEL-TIP PROFILE
TWIN-TIP FREESTYLE SIDECUT
ROCKER SHAPE
MULTILAYER SIDEWALLS
SIDEWALL REINFORCEMENT
UPPER AND LOWER TRIAXIAL FIBERGLASS WEAVE, PLUS V-FLEX FIBERGLASS WEAVE
CARBON WEAVE
BACK-SCREENED, EXTRUDED SUPER-CLEAR BASE
CONVEX SLIDE BASE

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Volkl Jibster SQD

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What colour is powder?

jibsterus on October 11, 2011 at 05:37 AM

were is the review? He has just written what völkl allready told us

Rich Ewbank on October 11, 2011 at 08:06 AM

Boards that have been reviewed have a “tested” wax seal against them. To test 400+ boards each season would be impossible.

Michael on October 17, 2011 at 11:22 PM

im considering burton whammy also.. which is better in your opinion??

jibsterus on October 20, 2011 at 01:37 AM

Both boards ride great in the park. I like the jibsters boat formed shaped base. It gives a forgiving ridestyle when you slide the rails and boxes, but it also work great i the powder! The whammy is great in the park but´s not so playfull as the jibster. The whammy is more stabil in high speeds!

Danilo on February 25, 2013 at 11:26 AM

I recently bought a Jibster sqd 156 , it comes in mid-wide waist that is perfect for my boot size ( 30 ) .

It is really awesome in Jibbing, presses, butters and I also liked it in jumps.

Due to the convex slide base it is quite slippery on hard snow but this is absolutely logical…

A great deck for its purposes!!!!!!!!!!

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