Conjured up from the minds at Lib Tech with pro-rider Fredi Kalbermatten, this all-mountain freeride snowboard was made for spinning off wind lips, slashing powder, and riding gnarly descents from high mountain peaks. This directional twin has a centered stance and a directional camber profile, with mellower nose camber up front and a mild taper to generate more float over soft snow and chunder. The modified C3 profile is camber-dominant to generate seemingly endless pop and power for charging through any conditions, while a mild rocker zone between the bindings enhances float and forgiveness. Thanks to the medium-stiff flex, the Swiss Knife HP is stable at high speeds and through the steeps, with enough playfulness to butter around in powder and provide a freestyle approach when the time calls. An aspen and paulownia wood core is sourced from sustainably grown trees and offers a lightweight and lively feel, while Spin Slim tips reduce swing weight for boosting smooth and fluid tricks effortlessly. Magne-Traction edges have strategically placed serrations to provide grip on icy hardpack snow to boost confidence and refrain from slipping out on edge. Finally, a sintered base is ultra-fast and durable in any snow condition so that you can make it back down to the chairlift and get back in line for the next smile-inducing run.
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