Travis Rice Goldmember Snowboard by Lib Technologies
Stability and lightning-quick response are both crucial when navigating no-fall zones like Travis frequently does, so the Lib Tech Travis Rice Goldmember Snowboard is equipped with an aggressive C2x profile to maximize power, precision, and edge hold while still maintaining float. A medium flex offers the response needed to navigate technical terrain while still allowing a surfy and freestyle feel. Its pointed nose, notched tail, and slightly set-back stance enhance drive and float when you're surfing the deep stuff, but is still twin enough to ride switch when launching off backcountry booters and natural hits. The secret to the Gold Member's ultralight feel is Firepower construction. Not only is it a more sustainable way to build snowboards, but it also ensures the lightest, snappiest ride possible. A triax and basalt web layup gives the board a livelier feel. The Bio Bean topsheet is made from castor beans instead of petroleum-based plastics to reduce environmental impacts while still keeping the board strong and poppy. Added carbon keeps the weight down while keeping the board plenty responsive and stable. Magne-Traction edges further improve edge hold by creating extra contact points so you can maintain grip on windblown summits or carve up icy hardpack.
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