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Lib Technologies T.Rice Pro Model C2-BTX Blunt Snowboard

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    Because Travis said so.

    If the Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Model C2-BTX Blunt Snowboard is good enough for Travis Rice, then you can be pretty sure it's going to be good enough for you. Built for doing all the things Travis loves to do, the T.Rice Pro Blunt floats well in bottomless snow, holds an edge on the iciest steeps, and is versatile enough to take on everything from park jumps to tight trees without missing a beat.

    C2 BTX Power Banana technology features rocker between the bindings for a floaty and forgiving ride in powder, with powerful 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. Magne-Traction edges are serrated to slice through ice likes it's fresh corduroy, making carving on bulletproof slopes child's play. A true twin shape and centered stance makes it easier to set up when you're dropping switch into the big park jumps and makes it easier to ride away in deep pow when you're throwing back 180s off backcountry booters.

    Travis also knows that as snowboarders we need to protect our planet in order to continue doing what we love, which is why the T.Rice Pro is made right here in America using environmentally-friendlier materials. The lightweight and snappy core is made with aspen and Columbian Gold wood, and birch sidewalls improve impact-resistance while enhancing edge hold and energy transfer. UHMW sidewalls eliminate the need for toxic ABS (plus they're tougher), which is good news for the hard-working American snowboarders who put together the decks for Lib Tech.

    • Rocker between bindings with power camber to contacts
    • Medium flex
    • Axis Inversion biax and triax fiberglass
    • True twin shape with centered stance
    • Magne-Traction edges
    • Aspen and Columbian Gold wood core
    • Birch internal sidewalls
    • Sintered base
    • Eco Sublimated topsheet
    • Made in USA
    • Item #LBT002V

    Tech Specs

    150 cm, 153 cm, 155 cm, 157 cm
    All Terrain Rocker
    [150cm] medium (5.5 of 10 on Lib Tech's scale), [153cm] medium (6 of 10 on Lib Tech's scale), [155cm] medium (6.5 of 10 on Lib Tech's scale), [157cm] medium-stiff (7 of 10 on Lib Tech's scale)
    Effective Edge
    [150cm] 114 cm, [153cm] 118.5 cm, [155cm] 119 cm, [157cm] 121 cm
    Waist Width
    [150cm] 24.7 cm, [153cm] 25.3 cm, [155cm] 25.5 cm, [157cm] 25.8 cm
    Sidecut Radius
    [150cm] 7.8 m, [153cm] 8 m, [155cm] 8.1 m, [157cm] 8.2 m
    Stance Width
    [150cm] 18.5 - 24 in, [153cm] 20.25 - 26 in, [155cm] 20.25 - 26 in, [157cm] 20.25 - 26 in
    Stance Setback
    0 mm
    Aspen/Columbian Gold Core
    Biax Fiberglass
    Birch Internal
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [150cm] 80 lb +, [153cm] 100 lb +, [155cm] 100 lb +, [157cm] 110 lb +
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    This board rocks

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    2015 version. I love this board as a whole. I'm 5 11 And 175 and I ordered the 150 cm this board is the best all mountain board I have ever had the opportunity to ride. So nice in the backcountry on powder and locks in to rails like you wouldn't believe! Thanks backcountry for the sweet ride.

    This board rocks

    wrong picture above

      I order this board thinking it was the one pictured above. turns out it's the one that I have pictures below. either they sent me the wrong board or the picture is of last years (2015) graphic instead. in the end I think I like this graphic better, explaining why I gave 5 stars.

      wrong picture above