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You've seen the dude ride—this is the stick that makes the magic happen.

Whether it's full speed pow butters, or contest-winning tricks on the biggest backcountry booters the world has ever seen, Travis Rice walks the fine line between artistic genius and full-blown psycho, and the Lib Tech T. Rice C2 BTX HP Pointy snowboard is the lynchpin that holds it all together. It gets his preferred C2 rocker/camber combo for deep snow float and solid landings, and it's upgraded with Lib's Horsepower fiberglass-free construction. That means it's lighter and stronger than traditional constructions, with the added benefit of being made from fully renewable, eco-friendly materials. It won't make you ride like Travis, but it's perfect for sending huge jumps and riding way faster than your friends.

The T. Rice is built around Lib's C2 BTX profile. Basically, it's rockered between the feet, for tons of float and freestyle freedom, and there's camber in the tip and tail for stomping huge landings. The result all the float of a full rockered board, with more control when things get dicey. It gets better with Magne-Traction edges, which place seven strategic bumps along the edges. The bumps are bigger between the feet, which concentrates most of the grip there for a ride that's a lot like a skateboard. The twin shape makes it ride exactly the same, switch or regular, for twice the tricks. Plus, the pointy tips gives you extra float in both directions.

Horsepower construction means that the T. Rice Pro HP deck forgoes traditional fiberglass in favor of environmentally friendly basalt fibers. The result is a more responsive, lighter board than traditional constructions, and it's stronger to boot. The Bio Beans top sheet is not only made from renewable materials, but it's sparkly, so you know it's good. The Columbian Gold core uses sustainably harvested wood for a board that's light, and snappy. Power Transfer internal sidewalls crank up the durability, and they're buffered by UHMW external sidewalls for impact resistance. Co Sint sintered base is the fastest in Lib's lineup, and it holds a bunch of wax to keep you flying around the mountain. Best of all, you can rest easy knowing that your snowboard was built in an environmentally conscious facility by snowboarders with jobs.

  • C2 BTX profile: rocker between the feet, camber tip and tail
  • Twin shape
  • Magnetraction edges
  • Columbian Gold core
  • Co Sint sintered base
  • Power Transfer internal sidewalls

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Good bindings for this board?

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Good bindings for this board?

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Totally personal preference. Travis uses Union. I'm a fan of Ride and K2.
What style do you ride?

5 5

THIS IS IT

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This board has taken my game to a whole different lever. Extremely happy with it. Highly recommended.

5 5

My favorite

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is my third year on this board -that in and of itself should tell you how I feel about it. I have the 161.5 HP and I use it in nearly all conditions but for the park (I don't typically venture in there). The board handles really well on hardpack and in icy conditions due to the magnetraction and traditional camber from your feet to the tips. The rocker in between the feet is just enough to keep your nose up in powder and to spare you back leg a slow death in the deep stuff. The HP version is nice and light - I pair it with Union Atlas bindings and 32 Ultralight boots to keep the set-up as light as possible.

I love this board in all conditions, especially powder and sidecountry

5 5

Great board!!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have to say I was really impressed by the board. I have always been a Burton guy and still ride Burton however I really wanted a dedicated pow board and went with this one in the 161.5. I am 5'11 195 LBS. Wow was I impressed with this board. My home mountain Mammoth Mountain got a huge storm and my buddies and I went up there to chase it. They got 2 feet in a couple days leaving amazing thigh deep pow for us to crush. After comparing boards I prefer my Liby to my Burton Antler. It floats really nice and is very very responsive. When you are in a tight spot in some trees and on a steep slope you just point this thing and it will react. I also have to give Lib Tech the nod when it comes to their Magna traction. Hands down that is a better technology then Burtons Frostbite edges.

Overall really great board and I am stoked I bought it.

5 5

Control

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I mainly do big mountain riding and this board straight up kills everything that gets put in its way, I was amazed just how much more control I had riding this board, I was able to do things I normally would not feel comfortable doing on this board.

I also took a few laps in the park and it was awesome on the kickers as we'll as the rails and boxes.

Oh and this board straight up halls ass down the mountain.

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