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The Lobster Sender is a dynamic all-mountain freestyle snowboard featuring a Lobster specific 3BT base profile on a directional twin shape. Designed for powerful riders who do it all, the Lobster Sender can handle big lines and huge hits with ease.
Soft / Playful
Hard / Aggressive
Fast, fun, and versatile. these boards are the best way to get down the mountain with effortless float, high speed stability and top end performance.
The nose and tail have a 3D shape with the uplift starting at the end of the contact area. The 3D advantages are increased by the SideKick™.
Our most aggressive tip-to-tail camber creates a more poppy ride: ollies go bigger, edge changes go faster and the board is spring loaded to help absorb landings. Combined with our unique 3D shaping it is less likely to hook up than equivalent cambers from other manufacturers.
A blend of poplar wood reinforced with two central hardwood stringers to enhance pop reinforce the camber and strengthen the insert area.
Our three-way weave of fiberglass is light, strong and responsive. We use this to beef up the flex pattern.
Our standard sintered base that’s tough and fast, and faster when waxed.
Boards with a flip flop base have two or more base color variations. Orders will be filled with either color. We use this process to reduce waste.
Urethane infused Flex Walls. The added urethane helps dampen vibrations.
This Carbon Layup configuration powers up your nose and tail from the binding area to the tips. This setup will make for a more aggressive ride. The more power you are able to bring to your turns and jumps the more the board will deliver.
SideKick™ increases the sidebase uplift at the widest points of the nose and tail. This makes turn initiation even smoother, enhances float in powder and improves board handling in rough terrain. It has to be ridden to be believed!
This board has 3D technology in the nose and tail.
After sporting the Burton “love” for 10+ years I am Stoked to be apart of the LOBSTER Crew. Season isn’t over yet In “Cali” These upcoming seasons will BETTER/memorable. @Bear/Snow Summit we speak highly of y’all. Thanks LOBSTER.
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Bought a super doa for my resort slayer this year. I snapped it after maybe a dozen rides. Decided on the Lobster Sender and man holy f this thing is siiick. Great on side hits and jumps, super stable yet also super playful and buttery. No regrets and I will be sticking to Lobster or Bataleon. Love this sender, if you send then this stick is a no brainier🤘🏽
This board is perfect for rails feels very catch free and could handle the whole jump line I give it a 10/10! The flex is unique you can butter it when you want and still trust it to be stable on hard landings all in all great board
This board is a ton of fun, carves great, doesn't chatter at high speeds, has tons of pop, and is great on jumps. It says it's a directional twin but I personally feel like it rides switch just as well as regular. The 3BT really helps combat the aggressive camber on the board so you get the best of both worlds. The board is pretty stiff which can take some getting used to but I found once you're into the press the profile of the board makes it very easy to stay locked in. If you're hitting park exclusively this probably isn't the Lobster board for you but for an all mountain board that's also great in the park this is the board.
So, this was my first board and I just looking to get on something I could get familiar with and not have to pray I don’t get a crappy rental. Before purchasing I didn’t have much experience with different flex and what you need for your riding style. At first I was a bit worried that I had gotten a board too stiff and didn’t think I would be able to progress with this board. I was looking for an all mountain board and let me tell ya that’s exactly what this board is going to do. Shred the entire mountain. My first day it was a struggle getting used to the stiffer flex (definitely doesn't feel like an 8, probably closer to stiffer mid flex or a little higher) but GIVE IT TIME. My second or third trip I started getting more comfortable with it and boy oh boy those jumps with that pop are something else. Sadly I have lots to work on in the park so I can’t quite say how it performs on rails when board sliding and other tricks, but 5050s felt solid so yea that’s something. Turns felt so powerful and I always felt that camber rebound after coming out of a turn, it was just feeding that energy back into my riding. I will say the the top layer is a bit weak, maybe only around the edges but I found a few places it was slightly chipped off. Probably won’t affect riding but something to take note. Overall I’m happy with the board and exited to become a better rider on it.
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