A close cousin of the jib-favorite Box Scratcher, the Lib Tech Box Knife Snowboard offers up a slightly stiffer feel and more aggressive profile for fast-paced park laps and backcountry booter sessions. True twin symmetry and a freestyle feature-focused design keep this board park-oriented, while its camber-dominant profile and Original Power construction enables a more aggressive, hard-charging approach to the mountain to give you confidence when flying down in-runs and riding out choppy landings. Starting with the camber-dominant C3 profile, the Box Knife has aggressive camber at both the tips and tail with mild rocker profile between the bindings. This results in powerful turns, enhanced edge control, and poppy ollies, while the mild rocker between your feet adds a forgiving feel and float in powder. Magne-Traction edges are serrated to slice through ice like it's fresh corduroy, so you'll be carving into bulletproof park jumps with confidence. Then, the true twin shape makes it easier to stomp landings switch and keeps the spin weight balanced for smooth rotations. On top of all that, the Box Knife was made in the USA by snowboarders with jobs so you're truly supporting the industry when you take this board for a spin.
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