The long awaited women's snowboard line from Lib Tech is finally here, and the No43 snowboard will surely fit the bill for upping your freestyle game all over the mountain. This centered, true twin board is a perfect daily driver and can be ridden in any conditions, from sunny park laps to blustery powder days and everywhere in between. With Lib's C2x camber profile, you have more pop and power than you'll ever need while still being forgiving when you're learning new spins and rail tricks in the park. A perfect medium flex shines in all conditions, from ripping the steeper areas to cruising around the resort casually. The C2x profile consists of a shortened rocker zone between the bindings and lengthened camber sections from the contact points to under the feet, which delivers explosive pop and control while being loose enough to ride easily in powder. Horsepower construction uses an aspen and paulownia core to decrease weight and retain it's strength, while a blend of triax and biax fibers lighten the load even more and provide a smooth flex. Spin Slim tips decrease swing weight for predictable spins, and a TNT extruded base requires low maintenance and absorbs wax well so you can get to the resort and eat up fresh powder lines for breakfast.
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Lib Technologies No43 Snowboard - Women's
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