Apo Selekta - 2010


A jib specific board for slaying rails and jibs in the park or in your backyard. The perfect board for small hills or indoor slopes with technical rail setups. A Carbon I-Pop stringer for increased pop and an extruded base for durability when caning the steel.

Manufacturer's Description:

A skateboard for snow. Rails and parks are what the Selekta is really made for: a pure twin tip with a wide stance, with a carbon beam to make it more stable on big jumps and give it more pop. This year, we introduce our Jib Rocker on the Selekta to make butters or jibbing on boxes or rails even easier. The 4 sizes will cater for most people, even girls in the shorter sizes.

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

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
145, 149, 153, 157

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Jib Rocker
Jib Shape
Double Flex (reduced core thickness between the bindings)
? Core (100% Poplar)
Biaxial glass
Carbon I-pop (20mm carbon stringer)
Extruded base

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