Travis Rice's Pro board is a twin, all-mountain/freestyle destroyer built for intermediate and advanced level riders looking for a lightweight and powerful setup. The versatile C2 hybrid profile provides precise control and float with rocker in the middle and camber underfoot. Between the fast sintered base, Magne-Traction Serrated Edges, and loads of other tech, you'll have maximum speed and control right off the bat so you can send it off the big jumps with confidence.
- C2 Rocker/Camber Profile
- Horsepower Construction (HP)
- Bi-axial Fiberglass
- Tri-axial Fiberglass
- Basalt Fiber Reinforcement
- Eco-Sub Bio Beans Topsheet
- Eco Sublimated Sintered Base
- Schoph (@_schoph_)
- Magne-Traction Serrated Edges
- Birch Internal Sidewalls
- UHMW Sintered Sidewalls
- UHMW Tip/Tail Impact Deflection
C2 Rocker/Camber Profile - Combining central rocker for edge hold and float, with powerful camber towards the tip and tail for stability, pop, and control. Mervin's intricately balanced C2 profile is tuned to the exact specification of Travis Rice for all-terrain destruction.
Control / Precision / Float
Horsepower Construction (HP) - 60% Aspen, 40% Paulownia. In addition, the tip/tail have been slimmed down to make rotations easier.
Bi-axial Fiberglass - This 2-way fiber orientation is engineered to provide maximum snap while decreasing chatter.
Tri-axial Fiberglass - This 3-way fiber orientation is engineered to increase snap and decrease vibrations for a smoother, more stable ride.
Basalt Fiber Reinforcement - Basalt fiber has strength properties much higher than fiberglass and better damping properties for a smooth ride. Basalt is a non-toxic, natural element that provides a better ride. Plus, it’s easier to recycle and is safer for humans.
Eco-Sub Bio Beans Topsheet - Using a new earth-friendly, bio-plastic top skin made from beans that feature the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any top sheet in the industry.
Eco Sublimated Sintered Base - Built to be fast and tough. This highly durable base has excellent wax retention thanks to its high porosity.
Mervin Made: EnvironMENTAL Construction - Core materials are sources from fast-growing, renewable forest products. Water-based solvents used for cleansing instead of petrochemical-based solvents. All wood sawdust is recycled as a soil additive, plus scrap wood is donated to a local Mood Wood company that packages it as kindling and resells it.
Handbuilt in the USA - Every Lib Tech board is handmade by snowboarders with jobs in the USA.
1 Year Warranty - Covered under manufacturer warranty for 1 year from the time of purchase. Warranty includes structural defects only and DOES NOT cover impact damage, abuse, misuse or normal wear and tear.
Magne-Traction Serrated Edges - Strategically placed bumps that create added contact points along each edge for increased grip and control in all conditions. Turn ice into powder.
Birch Internal Sidewalls - Rugged, lightweight, vertical end grain Birch internal sidewalls add pop and durability.
UHMW Sintered Sidewalls - A Lib Tech innovation that is twice as sintered as most industry sidewalls. This ultra high molecular weight (UHMW) material increases durability, response and control for easier riding.
|Suggested Boot Size (US):||11 & under||11.5 & under||12 & under||13 & under|
|Waist Width (cm):||25.5||25.8||25.9||26.5|
|Sidecut Radius (m):||8.1||8.2||8.3||8.4|
|Effective Edge (cm):||119.0||121.0||122.0||124.5|
|Tip Width (cm):||29.8||30.1||30.2||31.1|
|Tail Width (cm):||29.8||30.1||30.2||31.1|
It's not as stiff as what you would think it would be.
It doesn't handle the hard pack as good as my other boards which are Gnu Riders Choice , and my powder board The Orca, they both handle the crud the corduroy the ice the small bumps better than the T Rice pro. Overall disappointing board. There's a little to much wiggle to the board at higher speeds that you would normally find on a park board that I don't like.
Overall it's just too soft to be a hard charging all mountain board and can't handle powder. 26 years of riding mainly North East, and this is the first board I've been disappointed in.