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Weapons-grade Banana for tactical shredding.

Lib Tech believes that you shouldn't need a quiver of boards to ride everything on the mountain, which is why the Attack Banana EC2 BTX Snowboard was created. It's based off the award-winning, competition-smashing, cult-inspiring Skate Banana, and cranks up the all-terrain prowess by adding an EC2 profile to the equation. The result is a more powerful ride than the Skate Banana, and more forgiveness than the aggressive C2 boards. That means your powder board is your rail board, and your rail board rips the pipe. It's totally bananas, and we totally dig it.

The Attack Banana is built on Lib Tech's EC2 BTX rocker profile. Basically, that means that there's rocker between the bindings for float and forgiveness, while the tip and tail have a moderate degree of camber for response and power, giving you a catch-free ride that feels about halfway between the freestyle fun of the Skate Banana, and the more aggressive C2 boards like the T.Rice pro model. This year Lib Tech decided to tone down the Magne-Traction to make it feel less grabby without sacrificing reliable edge hold.

The Columbian Gold/Power A core uses fast-growing, sustainably harvested wood for a board that's light yet poppy and strong, and basalt volcanic glass reduces the amount of fiberglass needed to limit the amount of toxins created in the manufacturing process without sacrificing strength or response. Power Transfer internal sidewalls crank up the durability, and they're buffered by UHMW external sidewalls for impact resistance. Oh, and did we mention it's made right here in the good ol' USA?

  • Rocker between bindings, moderate camber at tip and tail
  • Twin shape
  • Magne-Traction .5 edges
  • Basalt and fiberglass combo
  • Medium to medium-stiff flex
  • Colombian Gold/Power A core
  • TNT extruded base
  • Power Transfer internal sidewalls

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2 5

weak materials

rode this board for just over a year. then it broke and mervin wouldnt even get back to me about it. I was just outside the one year warranty. What other company has less than a two year warranty?? Im not easy on snowboards but I have a ride dh that ive had since 2008 that is still going strong. Just sayin. Great board if you want buy a new $500 snowboard every year

5 5

a true all mountain freestyle board

I've had many boards in the past (Burton, K2, Palmer, Ride) I also had the Lib tech T.rice. and I must say that this is the best boards I've ever owned.
It's a more powerful version of the sake Banana . It's more stiffer than the skate but less stiffer than the T.rice. A great combo of freestyle and all around mountain board.
Beginners these days are entering board shops and asking for a flex playful board. They need to understand that there are disadvantages for having a flexible rocker/V-shaped board . You may look cool flexing, buttering, and popping wheeliz , but that takes over other important features a board needs to be a true all mountain.
During the last couple of years all the companies went V shaped, Banana, Rocker whatever they can call it to promote their boards.
However, Lib tech's amazing developers (Marvin) have created this great hybrid - The Attack Banana. A shallow banana shaped board using the technology called EC2 BTX.
I love this board It's perfect for what I am looking for.
Have fun on the trail, rip the park, and functions great on pow.
Would def recommend this board to anyone who is mid to high lever snowboarder.
I personally not in love with the graphics on this board.
Please don't judge a board by its graphics.

i love ATTACK!

my brother looks so cool when he rides this! i want to ride it but its way to big for me so im jealous of you guys who can ride this sick board

5 5

for those bout to rock the attack banana

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I salute you, rode this board all last season and found that i was calling in sick a lot more than usual. I was a huge fan of its camber profile because it allowed me to dial in my style. My riding style is a mix between park & backcountry and this board was the perfect fit, playful on park & natural features, nice and floaty in the deeps, and able at moderately high speeds (I'm no Ross Rebagliati). If I could go back and make the purchasing decision again, I'd buy 2. Due to it's versatility, this board will be perfect for at least 90% of the people that buy it.