Skate Banana Narrow Snowboard - by Lib Technologies
Whether you are gaining confidence sliding boxes and riding switch or you're a well-seasoned pass holder looking for something to toss around the park through the spring season, the Lib Tech Skate Banana Snowboard is made for everyone from day-oners to eighth-season veterans. Built with Lib Tech's famous craftsmanship, this board's intuitive shaping and universal profile is designed for slushy park days, to knee-deep powder, to icy corduroy, and serves as an iconic staple in the industries quiver set for those seeking a board that can function in all aspects between the resorts boundary lines. Built with Lib Tech's Original Power construction model, this board is made with an Aspen and Columbian Gold core to create a lightweight yet structured feel, while the tri-ax/bi-ax fiberglass wrap creates a notable snap at the underfoot. And, finished with UHMW sidewalls, this construction is designed to withstand abuse while you wreak havoc at the resort day after day. The true twin shape and Original Banana rocker profile is featured as the best contour to learn on with its forgiving rocker that makes maneuvering through turns, riding switch, and floating through powder a breeze. When frigid conditions begin to freeze over the groomed corduroy and park in-runs, the benefit of Magne-Traction performance comes into play. With seven strategically placed edge serrations, this board holds exceptional edge over ice so you can maintain confidence in less-than-ideal conditions to complete the boards universal, all-mountain profile.
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