Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada
  • Price: £470
  • Sizes: 148, 151, 154, 157, 159, 162, 167
  • Width: Normal
  • Flex: 6
  • Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada
  • Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada

They say: Total Ripper Series.

We say: Like a slightly softer version of the Banana Magic, this will handle pretty much everything. The flex makes it a bit more forgiving, but the ‘magne-traction’ means it’ll still hold an edge nicely.

Tester says: Fantastic! Not as skatey as the Jamie Lynn, but super grippy in firm conditions.

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Lib Tech

About Lib Tech

  • Building boards since: 1984
  • HQ: Sequim, WA, USA
  • History lesson: Most people would be content with starting one successfully radical snowboard brand, but not Mike Olson. Having already established Gnu, the mad hatter of Mervin Manufacturing began sticking the name Lib Tech on skateboards in the early 80s. Shortly afterwards, Lib Tech expanded into making snowboards too. Over the course of the nineties they developed a reputation for their individual, art-driven approach. In 2007 they lit the fuse of the reverse camber revolution with their first Skate Banana.
  • Ridden by: Righteous dudes who look like they wouldn’t hurt a fly, but will regale you with pretty vicious tales of the Battle of Seattle every time you share a spliff. And anyone who’s ever wanted a bit of Travis Rice’s magic to rub off on them.