Developed for Swiss powerhouse and Lib Tech team rider Fredi Kalbermatten, the Swiss Knife Horsepower C3 Snowboard is a versatile weapon built for all-terrain assaults. He has a penchant for spinning off backcountry booters, slashing powder, and ripping big mountain lines--and that's exactly what this board was made for. The C3 profile is camber-dominant with a bit of rocker between the bindings. This gives it a powerful feel and excellent edge hold when popping off jumps and sending gnarly couloirs, but with enough float and forgiveness for surfing on deep days. The tail is tapered to keep the nose up in waist-deep snow, but the stance is still centered so you can land switch when throwing big back 180's into soft landings. Featuring high-performance, eco-friendlier Firepower construction, fiberglass is supplemented with basalt fibers to reduce environmental harm without sacrificing strength or response. Paulownia wood blended into the core and ultralight Spin-Slim tips reduce overall weight for a speedier, more nimble ride that still packs plenty of strength and snap. If you want a poppy, precise, and playful ride for taking your freestyle talents across the entire mountain, then the Swiss Knife is the tool you need.
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