Lib is out to change everything you know about surfboards. Introducing Lib Tech Waterboards. More durable, easier on the earth, designed and made by Americans near Canada.
Fast, short, and wide with a lower entry rocker, the Bowl Series is made for aggressive modern surfing and acceleration in small to medium waves.
|Dimensions:||6’4” x N 13.0” x W 21.375” x T 17.0” (32.8 cl)|
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Q:What about repairing them? Seeing as it's all new materials I'm curious about how I will go about doing this.
A:Lib Tech's answer: "In the rare case of a ding, we recommend not repairing unless absolutely necessary. None of the components in Lib Tech Waterboards will absorb water. We recommend using stickers, wax, hot-melt glue, etc. or anything to avoid polyester, epoxy, sandpaper and sanding. Dust and sanding sucks. Polyester, epoxy, and UV resins can all be used if absolutely necessary. We favor epoxy over polyester for strength and safety. Never let any unhardened resin come in contact with your skin. Always remember, razor blades instead of sandpaper if possible."
Q:Do you know the thickness and also how they compare float wise to traditional boards? Are they more/less buoyant?
A:They now have the volume (in cubic liters) on their website. I'm 6'1" and 200lbs. I typically ride a board with a volume of around 35 liters. I bought the 6'4" bowl series and it has around 33 liters. It catches waves and paddles better than my other boards. I'm pretty impressed so far. I'd say it's around 2.5" thick max - probably more like 2-7/16".
A:Very few people know much about the boards yet, everyone is waiting for their orders to arrive. Retailers should have them in shops by the second week of June.