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Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard

Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard
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Description: Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard

Designed in Jackson Hole to take on the world…That's it That's All, Art of Flight, King of the Hill, Ultranatural this board has done and won it all. Travis rides these stock right off the shelf.

Key Features of Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Snowboard:
  • Awesome Everywhere Twin Freestyle
  • Strong Lasting Pop and Performance
  • Blunt Jib Nose: 150, 153, 155, 157
  • Pointy Pow Nose: 161.5, 164.5
  • Original Power Construction
  • Light
  • environMENTALLY NICE
  • Strong
  • Aspen / Columbian Gold Core
  • Birch Internal Sidewalls
  • Uhmw Sintered Sidewalls
  • Uhmw Tip/Tail Impact Deflection
  • Magne-Traction With Travis’ Bevel
  • Axis Inversion Bi Ax / Bi Ax Fiber
  • Eco Sub / Pbt Top
  • Eco Sub Co-Sint Base
  • Handcrafted in the USA
  • Art By: Mike Parillo
Length (cm) 150 153 155 157 161.5 164.5
Effective Edge (cm) 114 118.5 119 121 124.5 127
Tip Width (cm) 28.5 29.5 29.8 30.1 30.4 31
Tail Width (cm) 28.5 29.5 29.8 30.1 30.4 31
Waist Width (cm) 24.7 25.3 25.5 25.8 26 26.2
Sidecut (m) 7.8 8 8.1 8.2 8.4 8.5
Flex (1-10; 10=Stiffest) 5 6 6.5 7 7 7

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Hello, I am 6'1" and 200lbs wth a size 12 boot. Was thinking a 157 wide, any thoughts as to a 157 or a 161?
Dan K on Sep 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Dan, I purchased a 161 T.Rice Pro this model last winter ... awesome board. I am 5'11 around 215 ..size 11 boats ... The regular width was fine for me but given your boot size the wide may be better..Compare the specs. I rode this board in Chamonix, France in everything from chest deep powder off piste to on piste in super steep to mellow. All -around board is awesome. It does take some breaking in because this board is really stiff initially. The magna traction is awesome .. it is for real ! So keep in mind the stiffness .. The 157 may have more play certainly and be looser than the 161. Just depends on what you are riding in and how you like to ride. Bottom line is this the best all around board I have ever ridden. It is stiff but once you break it in, its awesome. You can be super confident charging anything on this board. Go shorter if you want to have more play , longer if you feel you need to charge ..board is stiff enough either way chatter for you on icy steeps.
Hello, I am 6'1" about 200LBS advanced rider with a size 13 boot... I like *tree runs, groomers, jumps off runs, and occasional kicker (not into rails anymore thank god). Anyway, I am debating between this board and the Custom Flying V. What size do I need in the Libtech? The Custom suggests a size 162W which has a 26CM waist... The Standard Travis Rice Pro 161.5 also has a 26CM waist... Do you think I could get away with a standard T-Rice Pro 161.5 or do I need a Wide version even though it is the same width as the wide Custom? Could I get away riding the 157W (you can't find last years model in a 161.5W)??? Please let me know. Have buy soon before your inventory is gone!
Grizwald on Sep 6, 2016

That's a tough call, both boards are VERY similar and would be great for your ability and terrain choice.

The Custom has a higher degree of tech (Dualzone EGD, Squeezebox, Carbon Highlight, etc..) but it doesn't necessarily translate to a better ride. The T.Rice Pro has Magne-Traction edges which definitely bite down with more authority.

Being that the 162cm FVW and the 161.5cm TRP have the same waist width it's a toss up, but I'm leaning more towards the TRP because of the Mag edges.

Hopefully your size 13 boots have a shrinkage footprint reduction technology - if not, you may also want to consider stepping up to a 164.5cm TRP. The 164.5cm has a 26.7cm width.
I am an advanved rider, like powder, trees, and playing around the mountain buttering and hitting any jump that i cross. Park is ok but bad experiences and older age will keep me out of the park.. anyway, size13.5 boot, 210 lbs. my question is, do i have to buy a wide board? the waist width difference is 260mm vs 265m on the 161.5 and 161.5 W. is the regular wide enough for a duck footed rider? also, i was debating between this and a custom flying v wide and that thing is only 260m. so unless im missing something, the trice pro is already a wider board no? what size trice pro should i get?

second question, which board would you recommend between the custom V and the trice pro?
Grizwald on Sep 5, 2016

Those are some great questions.

To start, you should definitely ride a wide board or a board with a because of your size 13 boots. If you purchase boots in the future make sure to get anything with shrinkage footprint reduction tech - it'll reduce your footprint by a full size.

Both boards serve a the purpose of being exceptional all mountain freestyle boards. The Burton Custom Flying V is like a the award winning Ford F-150 truck - it goes everywhere you want and does everything well - it's built like a rock. The Lib Tech T.Rice Pro is like a turbo Toyota Tundra with off road mudding tires - it's a bit unorthodox and aggressive.

Again, both boards are great, but I'd go with the 161.5cm Lib Tech T.Rice Pro if I was you. Check it out HERE:
Hello my name is nick, I been in the market for a new board for a while. Im pretty advanced rider, I love to zip through the trees and shred in the pow. I do from time to time hit the park but mostly board all mountain. I want more control of my board and want to easily make turns. Im wondering if this board will be the one for me? I been riding a 157 burton an 09 burton bullet for a long time and its finally time to upgrade. Im 5"10 215 pounds.
Nick V on Jan 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Nick. Well, this board truly rocks. You won't be disappointed with it (sounds like everything you plan to do, the T.Rice Pro excels at). Sounds like the 157cm might be the way to go for you. We do have the 2016 T.Rice Pro in 155cm and 161.5cm if you were interested in changing up lengths at all. If the 157cm has been working well for you, it might be smart to stick with it.
Hi my names Dan, I live and shred in Alaska so I'm carving some pretty gnar terrain from icy slush to deep pow. Do you think this board will perform and last a couple seasons? Ps I'm a TRice fan, love art of flight. Also I've been riding a capita horoscope 145 kinda grew over the years but feel comfortable riding a smaller board, I'm 5'8" 175lbs. Would it be a big difference jumping to a 150?
Dan C on Nov 15, 2015
Oh my goodness yes!! The T. Rice Pro board is an outstanding selection.... and it will indeed last quite well. Lib Tech suggests that something more like a 157 will be more ideal for you.... so you for sure like a smaller board. You most likely will be able to ride a 150cm length ok.. depends a little on your preference and style.