Taking a freestyle approach to the entire mountain, the Lib Tech Attack Banana Snowboard gives you plentiful pop, high-speed stability, and responsive carving. It's based off the award-winning, cult-inspiring Skate Banana, but with a more aggressive ride that's just as adept when you're leaving the park for the fresh lines and natural hits of the mountain. Optimizing versatility, the board's twin shape and medium flex dominate everything from intimidating park jumps to high-speed groomers. Designed on Lib's C2 profile, the Attack Banana places subtantial rocker between the bindings for the catch-free playfulness you've come to love from rocker snowboards. Another benefit, rocker creates a floaty sensation in the powder by keeping the nose from submerging. However, elliptical camber under each binding runs towards the tip and tail to give you maximized response underfoot while providing snap for launching off park features and natural hits. Under the hood of this aggressive freestyle board, the Columbian Gold/aspen/Paulownia core keeps it lightweight and dependably strong. Volcanic Basalt fibers are integrated into the fiberglass for a snappier, more lively feel underfoot. This volcanic glass cuts down on the amount of harmful materials used in the making of the board for a more environmentally-friendly construction. UHMW sidewalls hold up against all the abuse you can dish out, maximizing longevity when you're sliding freestyle features and bashing rocks buried under the snow. Plus, TNT base features a dual-layer fluoro for quicker glide, ensuring plenty of speed for clearing jumps and zipping across flats.
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