Technine Snowboards 2010-2011

26 Mar, 2010


Technine has been in snowboarding for 17 years now creating products that follow a lifestyle, from their snowboards to bindings.  Building gear designed for all-mountain freestyle, park and urban riding is what Technine  is about, what they know and what they want to keep setting the bar level for.  Their intentions are simply put in the catalog; have fun snowboarding with your friends and becoming a better snowboarder with cash leftover for pitchers, nachos and stories at the end of the day.

For 10-11 they expand their reversse camber to multiple boards in the line-up (LM Pro Rocker, Re-Enforcer, Wassup Rocker, One Love Rocker, Glam Rocker) giving male and female riders a rocker built to have fun in the park.  Technine pro’s MFM, Magoon, Bradshaw and Dennison have their own signature models that help showcase the Technine lifestyle.

Technine Team Dennison

Features:  True twin, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=3.

Sizes:  149, 153, 157

Technine Re-Enforcer

Features: True twin, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex pattern, ultra light poplar wood core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art base, carbon stringers, honeycomb air core insert, 3-layer interior rubber dampening. Flex=3.

Sizes: 149.5, 152.5, 155.5

Technine Mass Appeal

Features:  True twin, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=3.

Sizes:  149, 153, 157, 160

Technine MFM Classic

Features:  True twin, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art base, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=3

Sizes:  151, 155, 158

Technine Team Gun

Features:  True twin, 156 & 159 directional twin, 149.5 (jibbing), 152/156 (freestyle), 159 (all mountain), radial sidecut, all centered with medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=3-4

Sizes:  149.5, 152, 156, 159

Technine Team Bradshaw

Features:  True twin 156 and 159 directional twin, 149.5 (jibbing), 152/156 (freestyle), 159 (all mountain), radial sidecut, all centered with medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=3-4

Sizes:   149.5, 152, 156, 159

Technine MFM Classic, Team Gun, Team Bradshaw

Technine Jib

Features:  True twin, jibbing park street, radial sidecut, centered with soft flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Twin tip design with reduced tip and tail length and longer effective edge – stability of a longer board but rides like a short board with less swing weight for ease of spin tricks.

Sizes:  150, 153, 156

Technine Icon

Features:  True twin, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex, power tech ultra lite core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, tip to tail carbon stringers, honeycomb air core insert, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=3

Sizes:  151, 154, 157

Technine MFM Pro “Tiger Style”

Features:  True twin, mid wide, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex, power tech ultra lite core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, die cut split T and titanal split T, honeycomb air insert, tip to tail carbon stringers, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=5

Sizes:  151, 155, 158

Technine Split T/Split T Bombin regular & wide

Features: Directional, all mountain, radial sidecut, directional with soft to medium flex, split T wide is directional with medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Split T Flex=5, Split T Wide Flex=4

Sizes:  149, 149W, 153, 153W, 157, 157W, 161, 161W

Graphics:  Metallic (seen on right), multi-color, Black (seen here), Blue (seen here), white (seen here)

Technine T-money

Features:  Directional, all mountain, radial sidecut, directional with medium flex, power tech ultra lite core x honeycomb air insert, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, 3-layer interior rubber dampening.  Flex=5

Sizes:  149, 152, 156, 159

Technine Lucas Magoon LM Pro

Features:  True twin, freestyle park jibbing, radial sidecut, centered with medium flex, power tech ultra lite core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, tip to tail carbon stringers, rubber edge dampenders, 3-layer interior rubber dampening, custom jib edge.  Flex=3

Sizes:  149, 153, 157

Technine Lucas Magoon LM Pro Rocker

Features:  True twin, freestyle all mountain, radial sidecut, centered with soft flex, power tech ultra lite core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art, tip to tail carbon stringers, rubber edge dampeners, 3-layer interior rubber dampening, custom jib edge.  Flex=2

Sizes:  149.5, 152.5, 155.5

Technine Lucas Magoon LM Pro and Lucas Magoon LM Pro Rocker (center boards)

Technine Glam Rocker (Women’s)

Features:  Board Sizes 138-147 are true twin, board sizes 149 and 152 are directional twin, jibbing park freestyle, radial sidecut, centered soft to medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screen art.  Flex=3

Sizes:  138, 144, 147, 149, 152

Technine Nines (Women’s)

Features:  True twin, park freestyle, radial sidecut, centered medium flex, power tech ultra lite core, stitched bi-axial laminate, die cut extruded IS 4400 base, contact point to contact point carbon stringers.  Flex=3

Sizes:  141, 144, 147

Technine One Love (Women’s)

Features:  144 & 147 true twin, 149 & 152 directional twin, jibbing park freestyle, radial sidecut, centered soft to medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art.  Flex=3

Sizes:  144, 147, 149, 152

Technine Dime (Women’s)

Features:  Directional twin, all mountain freestyle, radial sidecut, centered soft to medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art.  Flex=3

Sizes:  141, 144, 147, 152

Technine T9 (Women’s)

Features:  True twin, jibbing park freestyle, radial sidecut, centered soft to medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, die cut extruded IS 4400.  Flex=3

Sizes:  141, 144, 147, 152

Technine Jib (Women’s)

Features:  True twin, jibbing park, radial sidecut, centered soft to medium flex, power tech core, stitched bi-axial laminate, extruded IS 1320 with screened art.  Flex=2

Sizes:  141, 144, 147

Technine Women’s Dime (left two boards), T9 (center), Jib (right)

About the author

Shay

From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

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17 Comments

  1. timmy
    March 26, 2010

    Damn do I ever hate technine. That image really needs to get the boot from snowboarding. Technine and ghetto gowns go hand and hand. So Fucking gay.

  2. March 26, 2010

    I feel ya’ Timmy. But you can’t hate the company, they supply a demand, they didn’t create the image. You can thank MTV for that bullshit. Snowboarding and white gangstas are now as intertwined as skiing and homosexual orgies.

    I was at a snowboard event/party the other night, and some man-child goes to the party promoter and says “Hey, I only want an XL Extra-Long tee-shirt this time, that XXL Extra-Long you gave me last time was too big.” The guy talking was about 5’8″ 145lbs. I found it humorous.

  3. richard
    April 21, 2010

    i didn’t even know that all the “cool” white gangstas rode this sled. I bought the enforcer because of the dual reverse camber which created an amazingly sick flex and a super pop. My favorite board ever and i’ve had at least 10 i can remember, probably a few i forgot :\ anyways, now i feel all gangsta because i got myself a tech nine….but seriously put the gangsta image away and help be part of what changes the image. Good riders on sick wood. I’m stoked on the wide series this year….i’ll be trading my enforcer 152.5 for something similar in a wide….so stoked on this. Give ’em a chance guys…I promise its so much better than the image promotes. Join me and other good riders in helping them dump the white trailer trash image!!! just because you ride their board doen’t mean you have to look the part.

  4. Jabbles
    May 10, 2010

    Dudes chillout…those boards are not that “gangsta”…and guess what white kids can and do listen to hip hop and urban culture transcends race. Those are sick sticks, modern graphics with the urban thing that t9 has always been about- if its not for you move on and go ride some Arbor hippy stick or something, groom your soulpatch and preach to your skier friends why you are a “soul rider” and don’t think park is important to snowboarding.

  5. Loganno
    May 21, 2010

    you should probably worry more about having fun on your snowboard and less what other people are wearing. Doesnt matter if your wearing girls jeans and flannels or dub-x tee’s and new-era hats, Snowboarding is snowboarding and we all do it because its fun. Listen to what Bradshaw says in this video and rethink your argument…..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_mR3piABZY

  6. deano
    May 23, 2010

    wow people really need to chill out. i agree with jabbles and loganno backing t9. this brings a totally different style to snowboarding. check out t9’s Hard to Earn and try bashing that riding. People that criticize like this seriously need to think before they speak. Do you really want everybody looking and riding the same? Keeps things interesting, well good job t9 and good job shayboarder. Backing you 100%

  7. bryan
    June 09, 2010

    someone help me find where to get the lucas magoon chucky boards

  8. the end
    August 17, 2010

    you people are such haters. you make people dislike snowboarding with your backword ass opinions. i dont like tight pants and guys wearing girls cloths but i dont tell you tards how gay you look. snowboarding is a sport with way to much hate. your all sheep. you people try to like companys that are not flashy and popular because you think thats what you should do instead of liking something with your own thoughts.

  9. b-rizzle
    August 18, 2010

    well… i guess hanging out talking trash on a website is cooler than snowboarding in a funny outfit. your mother dresses you funny anyway… technine is the second largest snowboard seller next to burton… get used to it. these big shirt wearing ten year olds are better than you and that hurts your feelings doesnt it. get of your computer and go shred… anywhere you like… we dont care…

  10. eQ10
    September 04, 2010

    I’m looking for a new T9 board but I can’t decide between the Icon, Team B-shaw and the young gun. any tipps to make my decision easier?

    cheers

  11. Kenna
    September 10, 2010

    I have never bought a snowboard before, and I was just wondering if the technine’s were good? Im a beginner so what would be the best board for me? Anybody know?? [:

  12. September 12, 2010

    eq10, once you narrow it down compare by price, sizing, specs and graphics.

    kenna, have you ever snowboarded? Where do you ride and what type of riding do you like or feel like you’ll ride in the future (pow, trees, park, jibs)?

  13. TKiza
    October 23, 2010

    The boards look good. I find that there is a serious lack of explanation of how the boards are rockered(even in the features of the rockered boards it doesn’t even mention its rockered). As many of you may know there is about 5 different styles of rocker out there. Each has a every different feel when riding. If some one knows how the Glam Rocker women’s board is rockered let me know. I’m gonna assume its the full reverse camber with a balance point in-between the bindings and goes out from there.

  14. November 24, 2010

    lucas magoon is sick! cant wait to get his board and bindings and go shred hell

  15. JDilla
    November 25, 2010

    Hey Shay or anyone out there,
    Thanks for the awesome post, I was wondering what the rocker tech was like
    for tech nine. I was looking into the Whassup Rocker.
    Is it shaped like a banana, flat between the bindings, or is it something else?

    I tried checking their web page but I couldn’t find anything on it.