Public Jibgurl Video Review 2024
Public Jibgurl Snowboard Basics
100% influenced by JibGurl, the graphic is straight from Danyale Patterson’s brain and onto the board. It’s a versatile board that features Public’s Alert Camber, which feels at home in the park, on groomers and side hits and everywhere in between. There is just enough positive camber to feel stable, responsive, and poppy, with plenty of rocker past the inserts to float in deep snow and press with ease. Urethane sidewalls provide superior damping properties compared to ABS and PTEX sidewalls and are more durable against impacts from rails and rocks.
General Public x Jibgurl Snowboard Tech Details
|Rocker/Camber Profile||Alert Camber – Hybrid camber profile is regular between the feet with a ride on the tip and tail.|
|Core||Poplar Core 100% FCS certified|
|Laminates||Biax Glass creating a smooth and consistent flex from tip to tail while allowing the board to stay nimble and predictable.|
|Binding Compatibility||2 x 4 Inserts|
Who is the General Public x Jibgurl Snowboard Best For?
The Public General x Jib Gurl Snowboard (147cm) is designed for avid park and freestyle snowboarders. It targets riders seeking progression and fun. It is perfect for any level of rider seeking a playful park board.
General Public x Jibgurl Test Notes
"It felt really solid under my feet, having a little bit more board with it being a bit wider. I did expect it to be soft as it was, which was really nice. But it was still responsive when turning and carving, which surprised me, but that was really nice. Still being able to carve and it had a lot of good pop to it as well. Being able to hop onto features and pop off of jumps and stick landings. If you're looking for a soft, playful, forgiving park board, this is definitely the board for you. Whether you're a beginner or intermediate rider, I think it's good for everyone."—Darcy
- Easy to ride
- Easy to press on rails
- Very poppy and responsive
- Board may feel soft for hard charging riders
- Only one size (currently) available in the Jibgurl graphic
- A true twin may not be ideal for all carving and freeriding