- You'll be rippin' it up in no time with this super sick Lib Tech® snowboard.
- Banana Tech rocker places the control between your feet with camber at each board end. You'll have full tip-to-tail edge contact, making every ride an easy ride, no matter the direction or the terrain!
- Magne-Traction serrated edges grip the ice and turn it into powder! Features seven strategically placed bumps along each side of the side cut. Biggest bumps are at the center, giving you more control and balance. Smaller bumps outside the feet provide improved tip-to-tail control but still offer plenty of freestyle freedom.
- True twin shape offers perfect twin orientation for aggressive power and control.
- Sintered UHMW Base gives your board a slippery surface so it glides easily over ice and powder.
- Correct sandwich construction for low spin weight.
- Double Sintered UHMW sidewalls for tough protection.
- H-Pop Core is a performance wood alloy that is lightweight and offers incredible response.
- Power Transfer Internal Sidewalls has the same futuristic power 90° pop technology as Lib Tech's world record setting skateboards. Power transfer spines have been placed along the sidewall of the board to add board control to the sandwich construction.
Contact Length: 68"
Side Cut: 5.7"
Nose Width: 21.2"
Waist Width: 19.2"
Tail Width: 21.2"
- Stance: 12.5-14.5"/0"
- Weight Range: 35+ lbs.
- Flex Rating: 3/10
- Made in the U.S.A.
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Lib Tech snowboards are manufactured by Mervin Manufacturing, which is the longest running and last major snowboard factory in the USA. Mervin is managed and staffed by snowboarders, who continue to innovate and experiment with new ideas to improve the rider experience.
Mervin's "build, ride, refine" philosophy has created many important developments in snowboard evolution. The use of sidecuts to create edgehold and turning ability were first introduced by snowboard pioneer Mike Olson. The latest technology has been the creation of the Magne-Traction that makes snowboards easier to ride and improves overall performance. Their Banana technology continues to create better rocker control, tip-to-tail contact and improved gripping so the snowboarder controls the ice and not the other way around.
Mervin Manufacturing also strides to be an environmentally-sound company by working with water-based solvents and renewable fast-growing forest products. Wood dust is even recycled and scrap wood is sold for kindling. Mervin Manufacturing continues to move forward to be the leading snowboard company with a clean environmental conscience.