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Lib Tech TRS C2BTX Snowboard

Lib Tech TRS C2BTX Snowboard
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Description: Lib Tech TRS C2BTX Snowboard

The Lib Tech TRS 154 C2-BTX snowboard, or as it''s more commonly known, the Total Ripper Series is Mervin''s proven all terrain freestyle machine! Lib Tech''s grippy C2 Power Banana technology is tested and refined by Sammy Luebke, Eric Jackson, Blair Habenicht, Jakob Wilhelmson, Martin Cernik, & is designed for aggressive all terrain freestyle riders and features Banana Tech rocker between your feet combined with cambers at each end of the board. This Banana Camber Combination on the TRS series offers the best features of Lib''s Banana Tech... float in powder in both directions, carving on hardpack and ice and a catch-free freestyle performance with the best features of camber... end-to-end stability, extra pop, solid landings for strong aggressive riders.

Key Features of the Lib Tech TRS C2BTX Snowboard:
  • Designed & ridden by Sammy Luebke,Blair Habenicht, Erik Jackson, & Martin Cernik
  • C2 Power Banana / Camber Combo Tech with Magne-Traction (C2 BTX)
  • Basalt / fiberglass combo
  • Columbian Gold core
  • Power transfer internal sidewalls
  • Twin geometries
  • TNT base
  • Flex: 5 - 7 (depending on size)
Length (cm) 154 157 159 162 167
Effective Edge (cm) 115 117 119 122 127
Tip Width (cm) 29.2 29.3 29.4 29.8 31
Tail Width (cm) 29.2 29.3 29.4 29.8 31
Waist Width (cm) 25.3 25.3 25.3 25.6 26.3
Sidecut (m) 8.2 8.3 8.32 8.45 8.5


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Best All Around Deck I Have Ever Owned
This is one of the best snowboards I have ever ridden, It can handle anything you throw at it from park to powder with ease. Great Board
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March 11, 2013

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Emil B on Dec 10, 2013
Dope all around board that also rips in powder...What else do you need to know!? HUGE props to Lib Tech for making their boards in the US AND doing it as sustainably as possible!!!! That was the deciding factor for me...
Seth P on Sep 27, 2013
Recommended by local ski shop.
Tracey H on Oct 23, 2013
half camber half rocker
Devon K on Sep 13, 2013
What about the binding and it being a regular board will my feet hang off?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2013
Best Answer: It depends on a few factors. Your boot size as well as binding size. Typically boots up to 10-10.5 fit in medium/ bindings for a regular width board. With a larger boot size 11+ and/or a large/extra large binding you increase the probability of getting heel and toe drag.

There are ways to counter that though. One method is angling your stance; but you don't want to duck foot to far because you can wreck your knees. The other option is older and I don't even know if they are made anymore. You can get risers to raise the bindings a little higher which would prevent the chance of drag.

Hope this helps.
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