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FS: Like new: Roxy Ollie Pop BTX 154

$200 OBO + shipping or pickup from the Western suburbs of Chicago or Chicago

Like new Roxy Ollie pop C2 BTX size 154, only ridden 5 times and I just put on a fresh coat of wax and just tuned the board. Not much tuning was needed since it's almost flawless.

It has great flexibility, perfect park/all mountain board, and looks like new. I didn't hit any rails with this board, the length was perfect for charging for me, but too long for me to feel confident hitting rails, so the board is in great shape. The board is cut/built to work great in icy conditions, too! True twin shape also allows for easy switch riding. Email me with any questions/offers.

Manufacturer details:
Roxy Ollie Pop BTX Banana Rocker Snowboard

Roxy Ollie Pop BTX Banana Rocker Snowboard Roxy's popular Ollie Pop provides award-winning performance that even the pros can't ignore. This board excels in freestyle park action, but the scalloped edges and BTX traction mean you're good to go wherever the mountain takes you. Let's review: pros love it, critics love it, and its crazy versatile. Win + win + win = undeniably awesome.

Harmonic Twin: This true twin shape has a symmetrical sidecut and softer flex between the bindings for a better turning arc without sacrificing that beloved nose and tail pop.

Construction and Core
FG3 Core: An Aspen core provides a consistent, strong flex that is reinforced with Palonia stingers, which increase pop and keep the board temperature resistant.

Sidewalls and Edges
MTX Magne-Traction: Wavy edges increase surface area. In case physics isn't your thing, this means ridiculous grip and traction in a variety of snow conditions

BTX Banana Traction: Rockered design underfoot for greater nose-to-tail contact, providing unparalleled control and stability.

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