Lib Tech Snowboards 2019 | Rider Reviews
Lib Tech T.Rice Orca 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
New for 2019, the Lib Tech Orca delivers a short and wide directional board that handles deep pow and slashes groomers without a problem. Designed by Travis Rice, The Orca offers a wide nose and C2 rocker/camber profile, that floats like a dream. Worried about toe drag on such a short board? Don't be. A wider waist width allows the board turns on a dime without ever putting your boot in the snow. With intermediate to advanced riders in mind, this mid-stiff board is a go anywhere, do anything board that won't say no in any conditions. If you're looking for a quiver killer board in a small size, be sure to check out the Lib Tech Orca.
Lib Tech Attack Banana 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
As an all mountain freeride quiver killer, the 2019 Lib Tech Attack Banana, leads the charge with a directional twin shape that speaks to both beginners and experts. Featuring the Lib-tech C2 rocker/camber profile, Magne-Traction edge technology, and HorsePower construction, this board is an all terrain ripper that handles everything from pow to groomers.
Lib Tech Cold Brew 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Calling all Intermediate to Advanced Freeride/Freestyle riders, the Cold Brew delivers with its directional all terrain shape and low maintenance TNT base. Packed with its C2 rocker/camber profile, Magne-Traction edge technology, and Original Power Construction, the Cold brew tackles all kinds of terrain with ease and even allows for an easy float feel in powder. If you're looking for a mid-wide board that handles everything from backcountry to groomers, be sure to check out the 2019 Cold Brew from Lib Tech Snowboards.
Lib Tech E-Jack Knife 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Built with all mountain freestyle performance in mind, the 2019 E-Jack Knife from Lib tech snowboards is a Directional board made with intermediate to advanced riders in mind. From park laps to deep backcountry lines, the E-Jack Knife handles everything with its aggressive C3 camber dominant profile, medium flex, extended entry pow nose and mild taper shape. Built with Horsepower Construction, this board is lighter, smoother and can take a beating. If you're looking for an all-terrain freestyle machine, be sure to check out the Lib-Tech E-Jack Knife.
Lib Tech T.Rice Pro 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Anyone who has seen Travis Rice on a snowboard knows he's an elite, all-terrain ripper. It's no surprise that his pro model, the 2019 T.Rice Pro, was built to keep up with the man himself. Made with novices and experts in mind, this directional freestyle machine has a medium stiff flex rating and the C2 camber/rocker hybrid profile that works all across the mountain. Available in a blunted freestyle or pointy freeride nose, this board ranges from a 150cm to a 164.5cm wide for riders of all sizes. Tested at Jackson Hole, this lightweight, powerful board is a versatile daily driver for snowboarders everywhere.
Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Phoenix Titty Fish OP 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
New for 2019, the Jamie Lynn Phoenix Titty Fish delivers a powerful all-terrain powder slayer for intermediate to advanced riders. With its C3 camber dominant profile, powerful flex, and tapered sidecut, this board will never slow you down. With its floaty nose shape, the Titty Fish will stomp big landings and straight line run-outs all day long. If you're looking for a board that can point it downhill and blast across the mountain, be sure to check out the 2019 Jamie Lynn Phoenix Titty Fish.
Lib Tech MC Wayfinder 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Built with a surf and pow slashing inspired shape, the 2019 Lib Tech MC Wayfinder is a floaty, carvy directional board made for intermediate to advanced riders looking for a directional dream board in deep snow. Built with C2e camber/rocker profile, medium stiff flex and Magne-Traction technology, this board loves to put down an edge and surf through powder. With 30 years of board designing under his belt, Matt Cummins created a board that can surf the mountain and into the backcountry. If you're looking for a surfy feel in a shorter length, be sure to check out the MC Wayfinder.
Lib Tech Skunk Ape 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Built with big guys in mind, the 2019 Lib Tech Skunk Ape offers a wide directional twin power stick, made with a freestyle/freeride style in mind. Built for intermediate to advanced riders, the Skunk Ape offers Lib-Tech's C2 rocker/camber hybrid profile and Magne-traction technology for all-terrain destruction. With its new HP thin tip construction, the Skunk Ape is now lighter than ever without sacrificing its durability. Ranging from a 157cm wide all the up to a 170cm ultra wide, this board is arguably one of the best board for bigger dudes with big feet.