The new Lib Tech Magic BM snowboard was conjured up by Lib board shaper Mike Olson as a part of the experiMENTAL division as a freeride board for pushing the limit boosting off natural features and dominating natural terrain. Built off the Banana Magic snowboard, the Magic BM is packed with top tech to keep you riding at your maximum performance all season long. Lib Tech's C2 profile keeps this directional twin snowboard versatile all over the mountain, with a rockered section between the feet and camber running from the inserts to the tip and tail. This combination creates a poppy and stable ride, with enhanced float and added forgiveness to prevent from catching your edges. A medium flex provides the response needed for riding steeper or technical terrain while staying soft enough to butter around in powder or let your freestyle tricks shine when you're tweaking out a perfect method off of wind lips or snow rollers. Firepower construction uses an aspen and paulownia wood core with added basalt for a responsive and lively feel while cutting down on weight and retaining it's strength. The triax fiberglass wrap cuts down on weight even more, and the TNT extruded base stays fast while requiring little maintenance and accepts repairs easily. Finally, Magne-Traction edges have strategically placed serrations to grip on ice and hardpack to boost your confidence and keep you from sliding out.
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