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When you look up at the hill, your eyes see nothing but a giant playground. Good thing the Lib Tech Freeride NAS reCurve Ski shares your live-for-fun personality. The Magne-Traction serrated sidecut butchers the hardpack with precision while the reCurve rocker keeps these boards on top of the snow where they belong. Although the topsheet graphics are certain to cause your grandma concern, they will do nothing but inspire monstrous cliff hucks in your free-spirited mind. 

  • Lib Tech's all-terrain reCURVE rocker is comprised of a dynamic early-rise rocker in the tip and tail with a short camber underfoot for forgiving turn initiation and ample float
  • Magne-Traction provides serrated steak-knife edge grip due to the unique serrated sidecut shape for incredible edge hold in icy conditions
  • Sustainable Columbian Gold wood core with triaxial fiber is snappy, responsive, and a favorite of Mother Earth
  • Built with Lib Tech's perfected sandwich construction for high-end performance and durability
  • Bio-plastic top sheet is made of castor beans—with the power of the magical fruit on your side, anything is possible
  • Soy-based elastomer sidewalls are durable, non-toxic, and sustainable
  • 100mm underfoot for happy hunting all over the mountain
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Narrow Ass Snowboards

    These were the 2nd pair of skis I ever strapped on, putting about 30 days on them until I picked up a pair of the Horsepowers.

    Great edge control and a playful response. While still wide under foot they cruised powder no problem.

    Overall a very fun ski for just about any condition.

    As a snowboarder turned skier they work well for me, since I did not learn to ski in the traditional sense.

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    I just bought a pair of these, rigged them...

    I just bought a pair of these, rigged them up with some Marker Baron's, now I just need to figure out the skin dimensions. What width will I need and will they need to be custom trimmed for magna traction?

    General rule of thumb is to buy skins for the widest part of the ski then trim to fit. On these skis, you've got 132 as your widest point and a 100 mm waist. any width over 115 or so should be fine. Like I said, trimming is pretty much par for the course with skins, but if you've never done it, especially considering the wonky profile of these skis, finding someone who has is usually your best bet.