|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Camber:||Hybrid, XC2 BTX|
|Core:||Horsepower Consruction/ Columbian Gold Core|
|Base:||Sintered, TNT Base|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Lib Tech TRS HP Snowboard
With a mixture of pop and power, the Lib Tech TRS HP Snowboard is ready to take on the mountain and have riders pushing their limits. The Tech TRS is an all-mountain and freestyle deck that lets riders shred a slope, float through the backcountry powder or ride the rails at the park. The twin shape makes it possible to ride tip to tail or tail to tip so that you never get turned around no matter what terrain or trick you are working on. The Tech TRS is a board ready to challenge intermediate riders and push advanced boarders to expand their horizons.
- Volcanic Organic Construction
- True Twin
- XC2 BTX
- Horsepower Consruction
- Columbian Gold Core
- Basalt Fiber
- Bio Beans glitter top
- Power Transfer Internal
- UHMW External sidewalls
- TNT Base
- Flex 5 - 6 (depending on size)
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|Waist Width (cm)||25.3||25.3||25.3|
The 2014 and 2015 TRS HP snowboards are quite similar, however the largest difference is that the 2015 version has a different Power A, Polinia, Aspen XL Core... which Lib Tech describes as: "Super ultra light, strong, long lively fibers."
The Lib Tech TRS HP Snowboard is a limited mid season release of the TRS snowboard with upgraded Horse Power construction. As of right now the image of the TRS HP on this product page is incorrect and will be updated momentarily, the graphic shown is of the T.Rice Pro HP. The TRS HP graphic is identical to the TRS except that it has a sparkly bio beans top sheet, see the TRS graphic here: http://www.the-house.com/9857lttrs14zz-lib-tech-snowboards.html Thanks for the heads ups on the graphic image.
As for the differences between the Lib Tech TRS HP and the Lib Tech T.Rice Pro HP Snowboard there is only a few.
PROFILE SHAPE: The TRS HP has a XC2 BTX profile shape where as the T.Rice Pro HP has C2 BTX. The XC2 BTX profile shape lengthens the camber on the nose & tail and shortens the rocker in between the feet. The XC2 BTX will feel less loose while tracking straight and the lengthened camber seams to grip an edge a little harder.
FLEX RATING: The TRS HP has a 5-6 flex rating where as the T.Rice Pro HP has a 7. The TRS HP will be a little more maneuverable in tighter areas than the T.Rice Pro HP. The lengthened camber of the XC2 BTX on the TRS HP will still provide an incredible amount of ollie pop.
BASE: The TRS HP has a TNT Base where as the T.Rice Pro HP has a Co-Sintered Base. The T.Rice Pro HP's Co-Sintered Base will retain wax better and longer. Both are uber fast.
So there you have it, the main differences between the TRS HP and the T.Rice Pro HP are the profile shape, flex rating, and the base material.
Let me know if you need anything else.