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SNOWBOARD JEENYUS The RENTAL 153

hello,
Im new in this forum and in snowboard.
I am from portugal , and i found this forum and decide to ask from some help...

I have a friend tha is selling a SNOWBOARD JEENYUS The RENTAL 153 from $100.

I am 1.68m tall and i have 65kg .

JEENYUS Snowboard - The Rental in 153 The Rental:
Back by popular demand! Why rent when you can own your own freestyle snowboard?

- Poplar wood core.
- Bi-axel Carb-Free fiberglass.
- Sintered 4400 base.
- Sidewall construction.
- Directional design.
- 4x4 Misfoot insert pattern.

Price

$329.99


Please give me your opinion about this board, i don't uderstand nothing about boards , i am a biginer. thank you
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had a friend with an eddie wall jeenyus board and he loved it.. they havent made jeenyus in what 3 seasons now? .. but i still see a few on the hill so i guess thats a testament to their durability.
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damn yo i Miss Jeenyus. They made some solid boards. I'd snap that baby up right away if I were you
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Good all around board. Can't go wrong with it for $100 as long as it is in good shape.

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the more pure and better I feel about snowboarding.- Craig Kelly
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Can anyone explain me the meanig of this items:

- Poplar wood core.
- Bi-axel Carb-Free fiberglass.
- Sintered 4400 base.
- Sidewall construction.
- Directional design.
- 4x4 Misfoot insert pattern.

Thank you
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If your just starting out I wouldn't worry too much about all the tech. There are volumes of explanation behind all of those terms and how the tech in the Jeenyus board differs from other boards.

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independent of the industry and the more independent it is,
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Can anyone explain me the meanig of this items:

- Poplar wood core. -the inside of the snowboard is poplar wood
- Bi-axel Carb-Free fiberglass.-i believe this is the fiberglass on top of the board, and the pattern that it is layed in.
- Sintered 4400 base.- your basic sintered base, which is good.
- Sidewall construction. i would imagine beefier sidewalls which is basic on all mt boards.
- Directional design. the board is directional, so the nose is longer then the tail, and the tail is stiffer.
- 4x4 Misfoot insert pattern.-just the holes where your bindings go in.

Thank you


wasnt Jeenyus bought about by the mothership, then they folded them? i have 2 buddies that are still riding there 4 season old jeenyus eddie walls and they will not let them go. jeenyus must of been a great company, i have never heard a bad thing about them...
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wasnt Jeenyus bought about by the mothership, then they folded them? i have 2 buddies that are still riding there 4 season old jeenyus eddie walls and they will not let them go. jeenyus must of been a great company, i have never heard a bad thing about them...

yes ... they were a forum sub company ( which is why eddie wall went to forum ) and were enveloped when the " mother ship " bought forum
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