Whether he's riding a remote peak in an untapped range or raising the bar for what tricks can be done in the backcountry, Travis Rice is always expanding the boundaries of what's possible on a snowboard. Lib Tech takes a similar approach when it comes to designing and building snowboards, and no board in Lib Tech's line illustrates that better than the T. Rice Climax Snowboard. Using experimental technologies and proven features, this board is quite simply the lightest, strongest, and most advanced board Lib Tech has ever created.Featuring Lib Tech's proven C2x profile, it's equipped with lengthened camber zones for an aggressive, powerful feel and a shortened rocker zone that that still maintains float in the deep stuff. A medium flex offers response where you need it, but keeps the ability to link surfy turns and butters for a playful feel and lets your imagination run wild. Exclusively available on the T. Rice Climax, Climax construction uses a carefully calibrated combination of materials to create Lib Tech's lightest and simultaneously liveliest ride. A blend of different sustainably harvested woods make a core that's lightweight yet incredibly strong and snappy. Specially formulated carbon lay-ups with S Glass strips and a triax glass layer deliver incredible response and a dynamic feel, while also keeping weight down to scarcely believable levels. Spin-Slim tips reduce swing weight to help Travis huck ever-bigger spins into powder.
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