Lib Technologies T.Rice Orca Snowboard

Lib Technologies T.Rice Orca Snowboard
Lib Technologies T.Rice Orca Snowboard
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T.Rice Orca Snowboard by Lib Technologies
Travis Rice is known for his jaw-dropping backcountry airs and daring big mountain descents, but when he just wants to surf some pow on a deep storm day, he reaches for the Lib Tech T. Rice Orca Snowboard. Sporting a fat waist, directional shape, and setback stance, this board was designed to float effortlessly in the deepest, lightest snow, from Jackson to Japan. Don't be fooled by its seemingly short 153cm length--what the Orca lacks in length it makes up for in width. The result is all the float of a much longer board, only in a shorter, more maneuverable package that rips through tight trees and offers a surfy feel when linking pow slashes down open bowls. Its C2x profile features longer camber zones underfoot and a shorter rocker zone between the bindings to enhance edge hold and response, so after the powder is tracked out you can use the Orca to rip through gullies in the trees and natural halfpipes with confidence. When seas of snow are raging, take a ride on the Orca.

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SKU: LBT009Q
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