Board History and Condition
The board is ready-to-ride and was just fully tuned (base grind, edge grind, bevel, wax, etc.) at Footloose Sports in Mammoth Lakes on December 18th and has not been ridden it since (note: this base grind was the first to be done on the board, so it still has tons of base life left in it).
I've only ridden it around 50 days since I bought it in 2018, and while this board is all-mountain/freestyle, I am more of a freeride rider and I can count on one hand the number of real park laps this board has been on. It has a few cosmetic scratches on the topsheet but is in like-new condition in all performance metrics—no weird flex or pop issues, no delaminations, no edge or bass issues, solid all-around.
Overall, this board hasn't been beaten hard on park features or massive (over 10 foot) drops and has a very healthy amount of base and edge life left. It'd make a perfect long-lasting, new-to-you board for someone looking to push their limits at both the park and on the rest of the mountain.
Sizing: 159W, meaning it's optimized for folks with men's shoe sizes 10+ and for heights ranging from around 5'10" to 6'2" (but obviously it will still work for other riders).
Shape: Directional-twin, meaning that you can ride it just as easily in switch stance as you can going regular, and making it a great board for park as well as all-mountain riding.
Flex: Medium flex profile with plenty of pop.
Magne-traction along the edges gives you incredible hold in less-than-ideal conditions (Lib Tech says "it turns ice into powder!" and I have to agree with them as far as control goes.) I will never again buy a board without magne-traction.
Rocker/Camber: EC2X Banana Tech gives you the best of both camber and Rrcker, making it easier to float through the deep stuff while still giving you the power to lay into hard carves on the groomers.