Jamie Lynn is snowboarding. He is the point in this relatively young sport at which style, progression, power, culture, creativity, ability and artistry all collided to make snowboarding what it is to so many of us today, a fascinating lifestyle that encompasses all of life’s passions. The first to erase the lines between art and snowboarding, Jamie is painting snowboarding and snowboarding paintings, his riding and his art and his heart are worn on his sleeve for all to see. Twenty years in and still ripping and still painting Jamie is more involved with snowboarding and Lib Tech than ever before, proudly presenting his c3 BTX Phoenix board for the fundaMENTAL collection. With a limited “Green Girl” graphic and a classic powerful feel this is the board that made the “Jamie Lynn” method a reality, just better…because it’s a Banana!
Two of the most legendary dudes to ever strap in are sharing one part that will blow your mind. Throughout the nineties and the turn of the millennium, Bryan Iguchi and Jamie Lynn led the freestyle charge as they paved the way for progression in the park and off the piste. Now, a decade after their dominance, they're about to show you that they've still got it. From Guch's gigantic back sevens off of four story drops and Jamie's legendary method into blower pow, this installment of Volcom's "IP2" is guaranteed to stoke you out to no end.
Jamie ripped on old ski camber, Jamie rips on banana and C2, now he introduces his newest experiMENTAL division project the C3 Banana Camber Jamie “Classic”, a camber dominant submissive banana for new traditionalists. This board features a trapezoidal camber and rocker between your feet. Trapezoidal camber straightens the camber curve out as it approaches the contact points spreading tip pressure creating a broader tip hook area up and turn initiation you can count on. The Banana rocker between your feet gives killer edge grip at and between your feet in hardpack and ice carving situations, provides float in the pow and catch-free jibbing. The combination of these two concepts results in a really even pressure map, tons of pop, rock solid stability, power carving and the best camber board you have ever ridden… camber made better with banana technology!
Camber has never ridden like this… because it’s a banana!
Song by our good friend Scott Sullivan - "Hollywood" itunes.apple.com/us/album/cracks-all/id508260438
Jamie Lynn live painting during the WCI rail jam. Also painting a teaser rail for next seasons Art Park...