Product Review 2010/2011 Technine: Lucas Magoon Pro Snowboard


The Lucas Magoon Pro Model snowboard is a true twin with freestyle, park and jibbing riding style in mind. It has a radial sidecut and is a traditional camber board (Also available in rocker). The flex rates at a three out of ten with a centered binding insert pattern. The Magoon features a Power Tech ultra light core, bi axial laminate fiberglass and an extruded IS 1320 base. There are tip to tail carbon stringers for added pop, and a new 3-layer rubber dampening custom jib sidewall to prevent blown out edges when hitting rails and boxes.

The boards graphics feature a very nice looking Chuckie graphic, which is my favorite graphic from next years Technine lineup. Don’t let the softer flex scare you on this board, it is rated at a three but I found is still really poppy and forgiving at the same time. It has a great all around feel and was very easy to ride. It really felt like a good all around jib, park, freestyle board, Coming in three different sizes for the 2010-2011 lineup – 149, 153, 157. This year Technine gave Magoon two different pro models one in Camber and another in Rocker. I only rode the camber model and was really impressed on the feel and functionality of the board. Match it up with the Magoon Pro model Bindings with Scrub Hooks and your set to go.

4 Responses to “Product Review 2010/2011 Technine: Lucas Magoon Pro Snowboard”

  1. and where can i get this? u gota let me know

  2. m pennington on said:

    whats the waist width on the 149?

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  4. bev_v on said:

    dang that board is lookin ill!!!

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