Take your freshly learned switch back 540 to your favorite cat track or other natural take off with the Lib Tech Terrain Wrecker Snowboard. This directional twin board mixes freestyle influence with a classic all-mountain shape so that you can express yourself riding switch or regular all around your local hill. Specifically catered to advanced freeriders, this board fits nicely into the middle of Lib Tech's all-mountain line by featuring more freestyle influence than the TRS and other all-mountain sticks. To create this freeriding freestyle feel, the Terrain Wrecker has Lib Tech's C2 profile and a medium flex. The C2 profile features a rocker section between the inserts and traditional camber sections from under foot to the tip and tail. This creates a perfect all-terrain contour that offers pop and power while reducing hang-ups and increasing float on powder days. Original Power Construction features an aspen core with strips of paulownia to reduce weight while maintaining strength, and a triax and biax fiberglass wrap lessens the weight even more without sacrificing durability. Finally, a fast and durable sintered base is added to keep you moving quick to get back to the chairlift before anyone else.
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