So you began snowboarding on Lib Tech Skate Banana, but now you are ready to progress to the next level--say hello to the Skate's bigger-and-badder older brother, the Attack Banana Snowboard. Based on the same foundations as the Skate Banana, the Attack Banana is built with a stiffer flex, Horsepower construction, and a camber-dominant profile, to serve as the hard-charging all-mountain quiver killer for more experienced riders. Hand-made by experienced snowboard craftsmen, the Horsepower construction uses an aspen, Columbian Gold, Paulownia core blend to hold a strong integrity at a lightweight so you can send it off booters and stomp landings with confidence. And to create a more lively, snappier pop, Volcanic Basalt fibers are integrated into the fiberglass wrap for a more dynamic feel and to cause less harm to the environment during manufacturing. The C2e camber-rocker hybrid profile places elliptical camber under each binding and significant rocker at the center to create a profile that gives you control and precision in the hard pack and exceptional float in powder. As rocker is naturally known to help float and initiate turns, this center rocker placement creates a catch-free playfulness that gives you confidence to try new techniques while surrounded by the elliptical camber at the bindings and up toward the tip and tail to maximize response at the underfoot to launch you onto both park, and natty features. And lastly, for performance in winters coldest months, the Magne-Traction serrated edge technology strategically places seven serrations to cut into ice with unreal hold so you can tear up the mountain all season long.
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