Just don't call them skis.

First of all, don't call the Lib Tech Wreckreate Series ReCurves skis; they're narrow snowboards, and they aren't for people who love making tight figure 8s and who cringe at the word "rocker." Lib Tech brought all its snowboard-building expertise to the table when building these planks, and it resulted in a unique and dynamic set of boards that will tear it up through the trees, through the park, and down groomers with finesse. 

Utilizing Lib Tech's Magne-Traction technology, the Wreckreate features serrated edges, or bumps, to cut through icy snow like a knife through butter. A more aggressive pattern of bumps are used underfoot for better edge hold, while they gradually mellow out towards the tip and tail. Not only does this technology allow the boards to cut through icy snow more easily, but it also allows park riders to maintain edge hold even after de-tuning their edges. The ReCurve profile follows a rocker, camber, rocker profile for a surfy feel through pow, and traction when you need it on the hardpack. A durable sintered base will withstand park and early season conditions, and stop edges make repairs easier than traditional full-wrap edges. The topsheet is made with a bio beans plastic for an eco-friendly construction, and the Tri Axial fiber layering adds some pop. 

  • ReCURVE Tech profile (rocker, camber, rocker)
  • Magne-Traction serrated edges
  • Sidewall construction
  • Power A core (wood)
  • Tri Axial fiber layering
  • Anvitex dampener
  • 95mm waist width in 171 length
  • 15m sidecut in 171 length
  • Bio beans topsheet

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What bindings does anyone recommend for the 179s?

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Hey Frisbelly,
The binding you decide to mount these with will depend on your skiing ability and what DIN you ride at. Any binding with a brake width around 95-105mm would fit perfectly. Most brakes will adjust around 5-7mm wider than the listed width, allowing them to fit a wide range of skis.

I personally would mount these with an Rossignol FKS or Look Pivot, both of which are great all mountain free ride bindings. Marker, Tyrolia, and Salomon all make bindings that would work for these skis. You will just want to make sure you get a binding that has the correct DIN range for your ability and weight.

Feel free to chat in to one of our Gearheads or give us a call at 1-800-409-4502 so we can help you find the best option for your ability and weight. You can also email me directly at and I would be happy to help you out.