When Dinosaurs Will Die acquired its newest team rider, Andrew Geeves, it realized that it needed to make a bigger board to accommodate Geeves' tall stature and penchant for powder. And so it created the Sixties Snowboard, making it Dino's first board to break the 160cm barrier. Available in two sizes this year, this mid wide all mountain freestyle stick helps bigger dudes rip everything from park jibs to backcountry jumps. Lowrider camber is a mellower version of traditional camber that provides the pop, power, and stability you crave, but with a more forgiving feel. A medium flex keeps it soft enough for jibbing but stiff enough to take off jumps, and the twin shape allows for switch takeoffs and landings. The lightweight and lively poplar core is beefed up with birch strips running along the inserts from tip to tail that increase strength, prevent blowouts, and enhance pop. It's finished off with an extruded base that's easy to repair if you ding it up on rocks and rails.