Fun, playful, and easy to ride, the Glider Snowboard is new to Lib Tech's lineup this year, bringing with it a high-performance, do-everything personality that floats, jibs, carves, and flows over every inch of the entire mountain. This daily driver features Lib's versatile Original Banana camber profile (BTX) to make quick work out of all the zones of your favorite resort, and the true twin shape and medium flex let you choose between playing around the park or going ham in the steep and deep with confidence. The BTX profile puts rocker between your feet and flat-to-mild camber out to the contact points to unlock unreal float and jibbing, as well as easy turning and confident edgeholds one ice. Magne-Traction edges further bolster said edgehold grip by cutting into bulletproof slopes with ease, and the fast, low-maintenance Eco-Sublimated TNT extruded base keeps you flying through slow spots and can take a beating in the park.
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Lib Technologies Glider Snowboard - Women's
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