There's no need to look to the dark arts for new-found, all-terrain freestyle prowess when you're riding on the Lib Tech Banana Magic Snowboard. This spellbinding snowboard blends a C2 profile with a responsive flex that balances out the board's accentuated center rocker. And even though it's twin-shaped, the substantial amount of rocker excels when you're slashing fresh turns through the trees and dropping into deep snow. Serving up unrelenting grip across steeps and bulletproof terrain, elliptical camber under each binding is combined with Magne-Traction edges that are more serrated than normal for a truly locked-in feel. The board's deeper sidecut turns quickly in close situations, such as tight tree runs and narrow chutes where mistakes aren't really an option. Ultimately, these design considerations make the Banana Magic a great carver, even considering its substantial amount of rocker. Firepower construction ensures a featherweight board that's even smoother than before. This construction ditches toxic fiberglass for the snappy response of Basalt volcanic fibers. It then incorporates a mix of sustainably harvested woods into the core for a board that's shockingly light underfoot, yet still stable and responsive when you're committing to rowdy lines and bigger freestyle features. As with all of Lib's boards, the UHMW sidewalls stand up to substantial abuse. There's also an upgraded sintered base that's tougher and faster than Lib's standard TNT base.
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