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  • Jamie Lynn Phoenix Snowboard - 151, 154, 157, 157MW, 160

Jamie Lynn Phoenix

Jamie's Power Freestyle Stomper

L'arme Power Freestyle de Jamie

Jamies Power Freestyle Stomper

Diseño freestyle potente de la mano de Jamie

$559.95 USD

$391.97 USD (30% off)

$579.95 CAD

$405.97 CAD (30% off)

€559.95 EUR incl. VAT

€391.97 EUR incl. VAT (30% off)

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Jamie is a no bullshit guy and demands no bullshit boards. His boards are confidence inspiring, predictable performers when it counts most… full speed, full commitment. Open side cuts, solid construction, camber dominant contours and mini mag. Real snowboards.


Art by Jamie Lynn

Jamie n’est pas n’importe qui et il ne ride pas n’importe quoi. Ses boards te donnent la confiance nécessaire pour les runs engagés à pleine vitesse. Un rayon de courbe ouvert, une construction solide, un cambre standard et la technologie mini-mag. De vrais snowboards.


Artiste Jamie Lynn

Jamie ist ein No-Bullshit-Typ und verlangt auch ein entsprechendes Board. Eines, das zuverlässig funktioniert, wenn es am wichtigsten ist: bei hoher Geschwindigkeit. Mit offenem Sidecut, robuster Konstruktion und leichter Camber-Dominanz. Ein echtes Snowboard eben.


Grafik von Jamie Lynn

Jamie no se anda con rodeos y quiere lo mismo para sus tablas. Sus tablas inspiran confianza y rinden con precisión cuando vas a toda velocidad.  Incorporan cantos efectivos abiertos, una construcción sólida, contornos con un camber dominante y tecnología mini mag. Estas tablas son lo que buscabas.


Gráficos de Jamie Lynn

Board Specs

Size Contact
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
151 111 8.55 28.3 24.7 28.3 19.5"-25" / .5" 5.5 100 +
154 114 8.65 28.6 24.9 28.6 20.25"-26" / .5" 6 120 +
157 117.5 8.75 28.7 25.1 28.7 20.25"-26" / .5" 6.5 130 +
157MW 117.5 8.75 30.1 25.9 30.1 20.25"-26" / .5" 6.5 130 +
160 119 8.75 30 25.7 30 20.25"-26" / .5" 6.5 140 +
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  • C3 BTX: Camber Dominant Banana

    Camber made better with the addition of mild Banana Tech rocker between your feet. Mild pressure between your feet for carving, edge grip, float in powder and our maximum tip and tail pressure for precise control, power stability and pop. The world’s best camber is a banana!

  • MTX .5: Magne-Traction® .5

    Seven points of focused edge control. Magne-Traction’s strategic serrations provide unreal edge hold and control in all conditions. Winner of over 30 Good Wood awards. Ridden to Olympic gold medals, Air and Style championships, King of Hill, X Games Street gold, Supernatural victory and Ted Borland’s backwoods jibs.

Technologically tougher

Aspen / Columbian Gold Core

New! Fast growing farmed wood from south of the border. Ultra light, strong, long lively fibers.

UHMW Sintered Sidewalls

A Lib Tech innovation. Twice as sintered as any other sidewall. Tough, fast, hard, waterproof, handsome and light. NO TOXIC ABS!

Eco Sub TnT Base

Fast and low maintenance dual layered fluoro base material. Wax it or maybe skip a day. Use Oneballjay snowboard wax.

Eco Sublimated Bio-Plastic Beans Top Material

ExperiMENTAL division leader Mike Olson loves beans! When he’s not eating them he’s buying plastics made with them. Lib Tech has made a commitment to using a new earth friendly, bio-plastic top skin made from beans that features the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any top sheet in the industry.

Handcrafted in the USA near Canada!

BITCHIN’ BOARD BUILDERS We build snowboards. We build snowboards. No really… that is what we do. We don’t order them from China or anywhere else and send someone to go check and see how they turned out. We physically hand build them right here at home in the USA.

The World’s Most evironMENTAL Board Factory

30 years of handcrafting in the USA. A rider run board design and testing creative lab where dream boards are made.

  • im interested in the jamie lynn pheonix. i am currently riding a 2013 riders choice. i want something more stable. i dont ride park. ive read that this board is for technical riders only, and not for someone who skids his turns. im looking for a fast and stable board that does well in powder. would this board still be good for me if i dont ride so technical???? or would something else be better

  • Hi Phil,
    You don’t necessarily need to be a technical rider to have a blast on this, but it would be a difficult board for beginners. It’s got a stiff flex pattern, mild sidecut and camber dominant base contour–so if you aren’t used to riding a powerful board, this one might try and take you for a ride! It will love to go straight and at high speeds.

    If you’re concerned that it might be a bit too aggressive for you, you might like the Lando Phoenix, which has our C2 base contour and some magnesium fibers for a more lively feel. But paired with the bamboo risers and stuff flex, it will still pack a punch!

  • Josep

    I’m looking for a stable board, cambered classic profile, but I’d want to try one of your innovative C3BTX boards like the JL Phoenix. I use to ride pistes and when the fesh snow visit us in the Pyrennes , I love to ride the side and backcountry and the powder we have. I’m 45 and have 2 skiers sons that go down the slopes in a kamikaze way, so that’s why I need stability and confidence. I’ve an advanced level but I’m not in the mood of freestyling tricks, big jumps and things like these, you know what I mean. do you think the JL Phoenix could be the board for me? what about the dark Knife, it’s just a different stiff? the difference between the JL Phoenix and the JL Phoenix FM is only the graphics? Thanks and regards from Barcelona.

  • Hi Josep,
    Based on how you described your riding, I think the Jamie Lynn Phoenix or Dark Knife will be very suitable for you!
    The Dark Knife is going to be exceptionally stiff and aggressive due to the bamboo risers underfoot. It also has our Horsepower construction, which means we eliminated all fiberglass and replaced it with basalt for a damper, lively board with a more consistent flex pattern.

    The Jamie Lynn Phoenix doesn’t have as much sidecut as many of our other boards, so it likes to go fast and it won’t try to pull you into turns quite as much as other boards. It’s definitely an all-mountain tank for riders who desire a powerful sturdy board, but love the classic camber feel. The only difference between the standard and FM version is the graphic, the FundaMENTAL series is only available at select retailers.

  • Andrew

    I’m looking for a camber board “for everything” (groomers, park (not rails), powder and backcountry kickers) and I’ve got the chance to test this one a couple of weeks ago. I was just excited how responsive and agressive it is on the slopes and in the park – definitely the way how I like it – fast, powerful and precise!
    The only question I still have how well does this board perform in powder?? This one i tried was 157, a bit shorter than I would normally choose (I’m 5’10” and 180 lbs), so if I opt for JL Phoenix I will definitely take 160.

    So guys is JL Phoenix also good board for powder days? Or maybe Hot Knife 159 will be a better option? (Dark Knife will be probably too stiff for me).

  • This board can handle anything and everything–powder included.
    The bigger size will definitely provide you with some extra float and stability.

  • Phil

    I am looking for all mountain board. I consider myself an advanced aggressive rider and like to ride switch, med kickers, mostly groomed runs but do venture out in the pow and drops somewhat more and more. I am stuck on the TRS 157, Jamie Lynn Phoenix 157 and T Rice Pro 155. Those are the boards that the Board Finder recommended but i am not sure which one to decide on. All the boards I rode before were with a camber only. Now I see boards that have a camber, rocker and camber but won’t those boards give you more of a sliding/skidding forgiving turns instead of a sharp line? Would the Jamie lynn be the best all around board because of the slight rocker while still retaining the slight camber? I’m 5’11”, 175lbs, foot size 9.5″
    I need help to decide.

  • Addi Ctato

    hi!! I love libtech and i want one of your boards…. I love carving mainly in pistes!!! now the question is Dark knife or phoenix??? Which do u suggest?? or maybe do u have any other board to suggest? thanks in advance!! ah i m 70kg for 1.85m, what is the right size for me??

  • ian

    hi guys, I’m a somewhat experienced rider (5’10, 170 lbs) and i own a TRS 159. I like the TRS but i find that it takes some muscle to keep it in a clean carve, and I can’t fully lean into it without drifting. I also find that the TRS can get shaky on fast landings after sending it from a knuckle. Seems like the Jamie Lynn will hold much better in a deep carve, but my concern is whether it would have too much bite when landing jumps. Still working on my 180s, so not all landings will be perfect. What should i expect from the Jamie Lynn i terms of how it lands jumps (and especially fast jumps on groomers)? Im pretty confident on my edge to edge and my regular jumps, but not as crisp on switch jumps and 180s. Thanks!

  • H Ian,
    Sorry for the delay!
    The Jamie Lynn is going to feel a lot more aggressive than the TRS due to the Camber Dominant C3 base contour–you’ll feel a lot of pressure at the tip and tail of the board, but you might find that it’s more difficult to load/pop with than the TRS. It also has a much more mellow sidecut and will like to go straight at very high speeds. If you’re not careful it will take you for a ride. In addition, it’s setback 1/2″ and not a true twin. With that said, I’m not sure if it fits the bill for what you’re looking for?

    The Hot Knife might be a better option if you’re camber-curious! But you might be able to solve your edge hold issues by playing with the angles of your stance, or even having your edges tuned.

  • Dave

    Eco Sub TnT Base:

    Is the base material sintered or extruded?

  • Haksea

    Hi there,

    If I were to take into account the setback stance, and adjust my bindings up, would it make this board a true twin? I want to make sure the flex pattern and the nose/tail shape are even throughout. Thanks!

  • Jon

    Age 38, riding since 89… I grabbed this deck today after being on a 157 TRS for the past three seasons. The TRS is super fun but I found it lacked a little in pop, presumably from the EC2, when going off rollers or lips. I ride mostly straight but occasionally flip to switch. I also ride fast on groomers, out back, and a bit in the park.. Do you think this boards for me?