The Lib Tech Skate Banana BTX Snowboard delivers a loose, catch-free feel that's sure to advance your freestyle skills all over the mountain, whether you're a beginner that's learning to ride or you've already logged countless hours lapping the terrain park. Since the introduction of the Skate Banana, it has quickly moved through the ranks as a favorite all-mountain deck and is loved by riders of every caliber. A medium flex and twin-tip shape offers the response needed for stomping technical tricks and carving up groomers, while still offering playfulness and pressing ability when you're sliding on boxes and rails or surfing fresh powder. Lib's BTX rocker profile features rocker between the bindings for float in soft snow and forgiveness on hardpack, while the tip and tail have the slight camber to maintain pop and stability. These combine to provide a catch-free ride while offering pop and edge hold to keep you confident in any snow conditions. The Original Power Construction includes an aspen and paulownia wood core to provide lightweight dampening, and the triax and biax fiberglass layup provides a smooth, consistent flex that's predictable and lively. Magne-Traction serrated edges offer reliable grip on the iciest days to give you a board that's ready to conquer the entire mountain. To wrap it all up, the Eco Sublimated TNT extruded base requires little maintenance and waxing, and is extremely easy to repair after you bash it on rails or ride late or early season.
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