|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Camber:||Hybrid, EC2 BTX|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Lib Tech Attack Banana Snowboard
There's no reason you should need a pile of snowboards to tackle mountains from every angle. In fact, it's possible to do all-around amazing things with only one, as proven by the Lib Tech Attack Banana Snowboard. Based on Lib Tech's EC2 BTX rocker design, the Attack Banana offers rocker goodness between the bindings, while the front and rear offer just the right amount of camber for the challenges you decide to take on. Thanks to the Magne-Traction edges, there are seven bumps cleverly located where you need them most for maximum grip, including larger ones right beneath your feet so you have the control you need, when you need it.
- ART BY MIKE PARILLO
- EC2 BTX
- Wides and Regulars
- Columbian Gold Core
- Basalt Fiberglass combo
- PBT Top
- Power Transfer Internal
- UHMW External sidewalls
- TNT Base
- Flex 6 - 7 (depending on size)
- EVolcanic Organic Pop!
|Contact Length (cm)||113||116||119||122|
|Tip Width (cm)||29.2||29.5||29.8||30|
|Tail Width (cm)||29.2||29.5||29.8||30|
|Waist Width (cm)||25.1||25.3||25.5||25.8|
The Lib Tech Banana Magic will be a better option for you. The Enhanced BTX Profile Shape lifts the contact points up higher for a catch free ride and it's available in a slightly shorter size which would help you out more... I'd get the 157cm Lib Tech Banana Magic if I was you.
Not all boots fit into all bindings. It's best to get a bindings size that accommodates your boot size.