The Lib Tech Skunk Ape C2 Wide Snowboard is the brainchild of a couple of larger Lib Tech employees who were fed up with riding boards designed for skinny park rats. With its extra-wide platform and stiffer flex, the Skunk Ape caters to burly boarders with bigger feet. It rips backcountry bowls and pow-filled trees without mercy, but still retains enough of a twin shape to take through the park too.C2 Camber places rocker between the bindings for a floaty ride in powder, with camber extending out to the tip and tail to give it a more aggressive feel that holds edge on hardpack and pops with power. Serrated Magne-Traction edges slice through ice likes it's fresh corduroy, so you can carve down bulletproof slopes with ease, while the directional twin shape and set-back stance adds power and control when you're in the deep stuff and still allows you to ride switch in powder. A tri-blend wood core makes it strong, snappy, and lightweight, while basalt replaces fiberglass to reduce toxins created in the manufacturing process without losing strength. Plus, this board was built in the USA by snowboarders with jobs using environmentally friendly materials.
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