Mervin C2 BTX Design Review

Snowboard Design Review: C2 BTX
Sept 14, 2010
Location: Lake Tahoe, NV

This Blog’s purpose is to explain the features advantages and benefit of the “C2 BTX” design found in many of the boards that Mervin manufacturing makes. C2 technology is banana rocker between the bindings and camber from the inserts to the contact points. This means 2 cambers, one per-foot. C2 BTX designs are easy to initiate into each turn with quick edge to edge response. Both short and long radius turns on the C2 BTX Designs let you power through each turn. The double camber gives you energy while in your turn, Camber engages the snow and gives back a more lively turn. The feature allows the rider to maintain the line he sets his board to do. The advantage is stability at high speeds. The benefit is that you have a single board that can do-it all board for the mountain.

Here are the 2011 Mervin boards that use “C2 BTX” Technology
GNU
Gnu Altered Genetics C2 BTX Snowboard
Gnu Billy Goat C2 BTX Snowboard
Gnu Danny Kass C2 BTX Snowboard
Gnu Riders Choice C2 BTX Snowboard
Gnu Riders Choice C2 BTX Wide Snowboard
Gnu Womens B-Pro C2 BTX Snowboard
Roxy
Roxy Womens Eminence C2 BTX Snowboard
Roxy Womens Envi C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech
Lib Tech Dark Series C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech Dark Series C2 BTX Wide Snowboard
Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix Series C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix Series C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix Series C2 BTX Wide Snowboard
Lib Tech Lando Phoenix Series C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech Lando Phoenix Series C2 BTX Wide Snowboard
Lib Tech Skunk Ape C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech Travis Rice C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech TRS C2 BTX Snowboard
Lib Tech TRS Slims C2 BTX Narrow Snowboard

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