Attention adrenaline junkies.
Do you spend your days traversing out gates and hiking up unforgiving terrain in search of fresh powder and heart-racing lines? Got a craving for adrenaline that can only be satisfied by dropping huge cliffs and straightlining down ass-puckering chutes? You have a fever, and the only prescription is the Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Model C2-BTX Pointy Snowboard. A freestyle monster with freeride in its blood, the T.Rice Pro Pointy features a pointed nose and is longer than its blunt-nosed counterpart to give it effortless float in bottomless snow and greater stability when you're charging down steeps.
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. 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 allows you to ride switch in pow and centers your weight when you're landing so you don't wheelie out.
- Rocker between bindings with camber towards tip and tail
- Axis Inversion biax and triax fiberglass
- True twin shape with centered stance
- Magne-Traction edges
- Columbian Gold wood core
- Sintered base
- Bio Beans topsheet
Share your thoughts
Does exactly what it says on the tin!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought this board for a 2 week trip to Japan, to ride what is arguably the best powder in the world, and it didn't disappoint. I was coming off a previous season Jamie Lynn, and it took me a a few runs to get used to, but its absolutely awesome in fresh powder. I didn't like it as much as the Jamie Lynn on the groomers/ moguls, i didn't find it as manoeuvrable, but in the powder and through the trees it was extremely trustworthy and went where I wanted to go. Highly recommend this board to anyone going back country, or off piste in deep powder. I would look elsewhere for the groomers and normal snow conditions tho. Jamie Lynn is probably a better option