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Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Blem Snowboard

Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Blem Snowboard
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Description: Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Blem Snowboard

Calling all advanced riders, you need a Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Snowboard Blem! This board comes with a wooden core and TNT base, putting riders in complete control. The Magne-Traction makes the Lib Tech Snowboard a good choice for those that want extra grip while they shred! The Tech Box Snowboard gives a smooth, powerful ride with the best responsiveness that you can get out of a snowboard! No matter where you want to go, this board can get you there!

This board has some minor cosmetic defects-nothing that affects the performance

Key Features of the Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Snowboard:
  • Banana Technology and Magne-Traction (BTX)
  • Twin jib geometries
  • Morning wood core
  • Power transfer internal sidewalls
  • Wider waist widths
  • TNT base
  • Flex: 4.5-6 (depending on size)
  • Art by Christina "Pika" Burtner
Dimensions
  • Length (cm): 143, 147, 151, 154, 157
  • Contact Length (cm): 108 (143), 111 (147), 113 (151), 115 (154), 117 (157)
  • Tip/Tail Width (cm): 27.9 (143), 28.7 (147), 29.4 (151), 29 (154), 29.5 (157)
  • Waist Width (cm): 24.5 (143), 25.2 (147), 25.3 (151), 25.5 (154), 25.5 (157)
  • Sidecut (m): 7.6 (143), 7.8 (147), 8 (151), 8.2 (154), 8.3 (157)

Box Scratcher BTX Blem


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Amazing, dependable board! Risk free purchase for sure!
October 28, 2014
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Lib tech is a great company
Jessica M on Dec 2, 2013
Lib tech is a great company
Jessica M on Dec 2, 2013
Rode burton all my life so I wanted to switch it up
Tyler M on Sep 23, 2013
Rode burton all my life so I wanted to switch it up
Tyler M on Sep 23, 2013
i'm a tall skinny dude (6'0", 165 lbs) and i'm looking to buy a box scratcher mostly as my park board but i'd also like to be able to just ride it around the mountain a bit and hit some natural features too. i'm not talking steeps or pow, just kicking it around the hill. should i get a 154 or a 151? being tall & skinny, it's tough for me to press my current board (157 lib tech trs) so i think i need something shorter?
Jonathan P on Apr 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm 5'6" about 145 and I have the 151. I'm not too into riding park actually, but I'm a pretty aggressive freestyle rider, I like steep, speed, backcountry features and powder actually. I was sold on the box scratcher from the start with the magne-traction. I think this board is great for all mountain but I remember there being one that is more park specific and one that is more all-mountain, I got that one. It's got a lot of pop, but if you're 6' I would recommend the 54. Plus you don't have to press much, the board does a lot of the work (compared my last traditional camber board anyway)
Hi
I saw these boards only for the size 151cm how critical ist if I'm 5'7"? and can i buy all kind of bindings or only Lib Bindings? as for this size of board 151cm ist big enough for foot size 9.5US?

Thanks
lior t on Oct 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Blem Snowboard should work well for your height, especially in the park. Lib Tech Box Scratcher BTX Snowboard will be sweet for up to a 170 lb rider. The board is wide enough to work with up to 11.5 boots.
hi, i want to buy a lib tech box 151 Burtner, make shipment to Italy? Totale price?tnk for all. Marco
A shopper on Feb 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: i'm a tall skinny dude (6'0", 165 lbs) and i'm looking to buy a box scratcher mostly as my park board but i'd also like to be able to just ride it around the mountain a bit and hit some natural features too. i'm not talking steeps or pow, just kicking it around the hill. should i get a 154 or a 151? being tall & skinny, it's tough for me to press my current board (157 lib tech trs) so i think i need something shorter?