Your calls for the lively snap and aggressive feel of C3 in a wider, more stable platform were heard and answered. The Lib Tech Hot Knife Wide Snowboard has taken the snowboard world by storm by building upon the legendary snap, stability, and edge hold of camber by adding a subtle Banana Rocker between the feet without negating the camber-dominant profile. Ultimately, this camber-dominant profile offers up all the power, pop, and stability of traditional camber while retaining increased float in deeper snow, as well as catch-free carving and freestyle prowess. While it's not as aggro as full-on camber, the Hot Knife still caters to aggressive riders looking to carve steeps with razor-like precision and send bigger kickers with equal parts stability and snap. The mid-stiff flex is highly responsive, especially when you place the board on edge, to make threading between tight aspen groves, slashing down pow-choked chutes, and carving up icy pipe walls is much easier than on a rocker-dominant board, especially considering the mildly-serrated Magne-Traction edges. Adding to the board's lively feel, the aspen/Columbian Gold core keeps the Hot Knife snappy and strong, with Birch Internal Sidewalls that reinforce the inside rails for extra stability on edge. A triax/biax fiberglass enhances torsional rigidity for better stability at speed, while super-tough UHMW sidewalls withstand regular thrashings, and a TNT base provides lightning-fast glide across widely varying snow conditions.
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