The Hot Knife C3 Wide Snowboard is a stiff and poppy all-mountain, true twin board for riders with bigger feet who are looking for a freestyle-oriented board that can rip anywhere on the mountain. This wide version lets riders with bigger boots take their tricks from the park to slushy side hits and launches into fresh powder. In order to achieve this feel the Hot Knife is equipped with the C3 camber profile. This mix of camber underfoot and mild rocker between the inserts allows for all of the power and control of a traditional board with some of the forgiveness and float found in a rocker board. This combination can be ripped on groomers and through chunder at high speeds with no loss of control, and if you find yourself riding some new snow or on some terrain park features you will be able to avoid tip dives and pop and jib comfortably. The Hot knife is constructed with the Original Power layup to stand up to the rigors a snowboard goes through in a typical season and create the ride that you demand out of this high-end all-mountain board. A blended wood core of aspen and paulownia mixes excellent pop and durability with weight savings to keep you ripping all over the mountain. Sandwiching that wood core is multiple layers of fiberglass in both biax and triax forms to create a consistent flex and creates torsional rigidity in this board so that you can have all the best days this coming season.
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Lib Technologies Hot Knife C3 Snowboard - Wide
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