Take your freshly learned switch back 540 to your favorite windlip 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. For advanced freeriders with a freestyle-focused approach, the Terrain Wrecker has Lib Tech's C2 profile and a medium flex. The C2 profile 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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