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Rise from the powder.
Known for his stylish brand of go-big-or-go-home backcountry freestyle riding, Mark Landvik crushes any feature that stands before him, whether it's a steep Alaskan spine or a massive booter in Wyoming. His pro model Lib Tech Mark Landvik Phoenix C2-BTX Snowboard gives him the pop, float, and precision control he needs to take apart next-level lines everywhere from AK to Patagonia.
C2-BTX Power Banana technology features rocker between the bindings for a floaty and forgiving ride in powder, with camber zones extending from the bindings to the tip and tail to give it a more aggressive feel that provides edge hold on hard pack and pop off of jumps. To deal with windblown ridges and icy entrances, Lando commissioned Magne-Traction edges to ensure extra edge hold in less-than-ideal conditions. A directional twin shape and set-back stance gives you more power and control when you're shredding, but still allows you to ride away switch so you can stomp landings either direction in powder.
- Lando's go-to for big mountain freestyle riding
- C2 BTX profile for perfect balance of float and power
- Mid-stiff flex delivers high-speed stability and drive
- Directional twin shape for extra drive and float
- Bamboo 3D risers smooth out bumps and reduce chatter
- Bio Beans topsheet replaces toxic plastics
- Diamond-T fibers enhance pop and response
- Lib Tech redefines the boundaries of snowboard manufacturing
- Item #LBT005H
- Q & A
Landvik's Quiver Killer
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
While I have a quiverfor the days I choose to ride two planks over one, the Lib-Tech Landvik Phoenix has done away with the need for anything on those days when surfing the Earth is calling your name.
Boasting the C2 BTX hybrid camber profile the Landvik Phoenix slays the mountain, regardless of snow pack and terrain. The rocker between the binding adds the float you desire when the snow slopes are on fire; transitioning into camber under the bindings and extending to the contact points in order to give stable grip when you find ice instead of pow.
Landvik's Phoenix comes with built in risers that give you the extra pop for those who are looking for an all-mountain free-ride board while giving those rides who have had past issues with overhang (me) a built in riser to keep your toes from digging into the ground when practicing a little "art of carving"
From pristine powder turns to your G-pulling straight lines and all the chop you'll find in between, there are few boards out there that will have you grinning ear to ear regardless of the conditions