Travis Rice Pro HP Pointy-Tip Snowboard by Lib Technologies
You might not have the nerves of steel and unfathomable skills of Travis Rice, but you can at least emulate his big-mountain bravado with the Lib Tech T. Rice Pro Pointy-Tip Snowboard. This particular T. Rice Pro features longer lengths and pointy tips to give it enhanced float and stability, making it ideal for slaying deep powder and charging intense descents. Featuring a C2 profile, the T. Rice Pro features rocker between the bindings for better float and a less catchy feel, while camber from under the feet to the tip and tail enhances precision when you're pointing it down steeps, hauling at scary-fast speeds, or snapping off natural hits. A medium-stiff flex provides the stability needed for riders looking to push the limits, just like Travis. Not only does the Horsepower construction make the board easier on the environment by replacing some the fiberglass with basalt fibers, but it also reduces overall weight while creating a poppy and powerful feel for boosting off everything in sight. Serrated Magne-Traction edges claw into icy snow conditions for plentiful grip when everyone else is sliding out. And because it's meant for hauling at crazy speeds, the sintered base readily absorbs wax for faster glide.
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