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It's Spanish for 'The Niña'.

The Lib Tech La Niña MC C1BTX Snowboard was built for three things: slashing powder, slaying steeps, poaching trees, and hauling ass. Yeah, we know that's actually four things—just checking to see if you were paying attention. Matt Cummins' directional all-mountain dominator features Lib's new C1 camber combo with a rockered nose and cambered tail for a confidence-inspiring, controllable ride at even the most obscene speeds.
  • C1 Banana uses rocker from the center to the the nose for next-level float in powder, and camber from the back foot to the tail for spring-loaded pop and turning power
  • Camel-hump-shaped directional core profile lets the board plane easily in deep snow and delivers a just-right flex underfoot
  • Magne-Traction serrated edges give you more contact points for maximum edge grip in all snow conditions

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5 5

La Niña Rules!!!!

I don't have the cash flow to be buying a new board every couple of years, so when I buy a new board it has to be something I'll be happy with for a while. I borrowed 5 different boards over the last season to help me decide what kind of board to buy but I knew nobody who had the La Nina. I decided to buy it without trying it and think it is the best board I have ever been on!!! Fast and fun to play on while cruising through the trees!

5 5


this boards badass.....anything u wanna do except park pipe and switch...it rips....buy it!!!!