Attack Banana Snowboard - Wide by Lib Technologies
It's tough enough to find just one board that accommodates your big feet, let alone an entire quiver of boards. Luckily, Lib Tech has eliminated the need for a closet full of boards with the Attack Banana Wide Snowboard. This all-mountain shredder is based off the award-winning, competition-smashing, cult-inspiring Skate Banana, and it cranks up the all-terrain talent by adding an C2 profile and a medium flex to the equation. This powerful result means your powder board is your rail board, and your rail board rips the pipe. We know, it's totally bananas. Designed with a C2 profile, this board's profile uses rocker between the bindings for float and forgiveness, while the tip and tail have a moderate degree of camber for response and power, giving you a catch-free ride that blends freestyle focus with aggressive control. Magne-Traction edges slice through ice like a knife so you can hold an edge on the slickest slopes, and a directional twin shape and centered stance allows for easy switch riding. The combination of sustainably-harvested aspen and Columbian Gold wood makes the core strong and snappy, yet lightweight. Fiberglass is reinforced with basalt to enhance energy return and dampening while reducing the amount of toxins created in the manufacturing process. Birch internal sidewalls provide an all-natural way to crank up energy transfer, and they're buffered by UHMW external sidewalls for impact resistance.
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