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Lib Tech T.Rice Orca Snowboard 2019

$599.95

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Description: Lib Tech T.Rice Orca Snowboard

Not your gutless fish. Travis has juiced up this Jackson Hole resort slashes/pow ripper into an apex all terrain tech shred predator. A long floaty nose, combined with powerful, poppy contact maximizing short radius Whale Tail Technology. A tight 7M trench gouging sidecut. Enough width to allow you to really put it on rail on hardpack with no toe drag and to float pillows like a dream, but still narrow enough to be your daily driver all season long. Take it to Alaska, drop BC pillow lines or blow minds shredding the home resort all season. A mammal to eat all fish.

Key Features of Lib Tech T.Rice Orca Snowboard:
  • OP+ Original Power Construction + Sintered Base
  • Light - Environmentally Nice - Strong
  • Core: 75% Aspen, 25% Paulownia
  • Glass: Tri-Ax/Bi-Fiber
  • Top: Eco Sublimated Poly Top
  • +Base: Sintered
  • Birch Internal Sidewalls
  • UHMW Sintered Sidewalls
  • UHMW Tip/Tail Impact Deflection
  • C2x - Xtreme Riding All Terrain Contour
  • Xtreme Perfection - Control/Precision/Float
  • Lengthened Camber/Shortened Rocker/Lengthened Camber
  • Effortless Edge Hold - Magne-Traction
  • Serrated Steak Knife Technology
  • Handcrafted Near Canada in the USA
  • Mervin Made USA - Zero Hazardous Waste
  • Art by Mark Dunstan
  • Flex: Medium/Firm
Dimensions
Length (cm) 153
Effective Edge (cm) 110
Tip Width (cm) 31.6
Tail Width (cm) 30.6
Waist Width (cm) 26.7
Sidecut (m) 7

T.Rice Orca


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Hello, I am looking to get the Travis Rice Orca board. I am 6’2 220 pounds. What size should I get?
Orin G on Nov 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Definitely go with the 159. Although I’d double check with the house as I thought this deck was only produced in a 153, but I don’t know if Lib decided to make their second round in different sizes. Regardless, the 147 would be a little small for a larger rider. If it is only offered in a 153 then you should still be fine with those measurements.
I am 5’11” and 250 pounds. From everything I see I am supposed to get this in a 159 but I ride a T.Rice pro in 156 very comfortably. I also have a 161 T.Rice pro and I always grab my smaller one because the 161 feels huge and not nimble. I wish my 156 had float and it would be perfect. Should I go for the 153 or stick with the 159? I am looking for a quick turning pow board to add to the stack.
A shopper on Dec 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: At 250 lbs. the 159cm would be at the best. The 153cm may sink in flat deep conditions because it has less surface area to float.
I'm 145 pounds and size 8.5 boot. Think the 147 will be ok?
Kyle P on Dec 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kyle,
It can depend a little on how tall you are and what your style is, but I actually think a 147cm length will be on the short side. I think a more ideal range for you will be something like a 150-153 length snowboard.
I am 6'1", 195lbs, intermediate/advance level rider. Should I go with the 159 or the 153?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 159cm all day.
I'm 5'7 probably 150-155 with gear on. 9.5 boot. Would the 147 be too small? I normally ride 151-154
Devin M on Dec 11, 2018

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