Lib Technologies x Lost Rocket Snowboard

Lib Technologies x Lost Rocket Snowboard
Lib Technologies x Lost Rocket Snowboard
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x Lost Rocket Snowboard by Lib Technologies
Lib Tech enlisted the help of legendary surfboard shaper Matt Biolos to create the Lib Tech x Lost Rocket Snowboard. Its unique directional shape surfs through powder and refuses to sink when the waves of snow are overhead, and it also rails turns on hardpack when the seas are flat, or when it hasn't snowed in a while. The huge nose and tapered tail keep the tip up in the deepest, fluffiest snow with ease, and its extra-wide waist offers a surfy feel when you're slashing through open fields of pow. When conditions are less optimal, the camber-dominant C3 profile ensures you still have enough edge hold and response to lay out carves on groomers. Magne-Traction edges enhance grip for confidence when getting low on icy slopes. If you want a free-flowing, surfy feel when you're shredding the white wave, this is the board for you.

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