Terrain Wrecker Snowboard - Wide by Lib Technologies
When you're ready to take your freestyle skills from the terrain park to the rest of the mountain--think spinning from side hits, riding logs, and launching off cat tracks--then you're going to want the Lib Tech Terrain Wrecker Wide Snowboard under your feet. Designed to help you to treat the entire mountain like a park, it features a directional twin shape that gives you extra float in powder, while still allowing you to take off and land switch, and the medium flex handles any terrain you throw it at. This wide version lets bigger riders and those with larger boots ride without fear of toe drag . Lengthened camber underfoot in the C2x profile gives it a slightly more aggressive and poppier feel than Lib's standard Banana profile to help you explode out of turns and boost off lips, but it still has a small rocker zone in the middle to keep it afloat in the deep stuff and forgiving on hardpack. The rounded nose stays above the snow when fresh pow blankets your resort, while the flat tail is just begging for tweaked-out tail grabs. This American-made board is finished off with an extruded TNT base that's easy to repair after one too many rock rides and log jibs.
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