|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Camber:||Hybrid, C2 BTX|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard
Stepping out of the lodge and giving the mountain a look, you know you know your Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard is ready to power through some powder as well as be ready at a moment's notice for you to pop an ollie. For both intermediate and advanced riders, the T.Rice Pro can take on some freestyle if the urge strikes will still being functional as an all-mountain board. The T.Rice Pro features the C2 BTX: power banana/camber blend that has tip pressure for power, pop and precision as it still allows you to keep control to carve and float.
- ART BY ANDREW SCHOULTZ
- Twin pointy pow shape and twin blunt shape
- C2 BTX
- H-pop Core
- Axis Iversion Bi-Ax, Tri-Ax
- Bio Beans Topsheet
- Power Transfer Internal sidewalls
- UHMW External sidewall
- Co Sint Base
- Flex 5 - 7 (depending on size)
|Contact Length (cm)||114||118.5||121||124.5||127|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.5||29.5||30.1||30.4||31|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.5||29.5||30.1||30.4||31|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.7||25.3||25.8||26||26.2|
7 months ago
1 year ago
When I stack up the specs, basically it looks like LibTech dropped the C2BTX from the title, and changed the graphic from in the 2014 version for this board?
Just wondering the contrasts (if any) between the 2013 vs 2014?
I'm 5'7" but growing a lot still so debating what sz board to get because I have large feet.
I'm a big advocate of suggesting 25.8cm waist width boards if the rider's feet are size 11 or larger. If you plan on growing in both foot size, height, and weight, I'd really recommend getting the 157cm Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard because it has a 25.8cm waist width.