Shall we just cut to the chase? Yes, the Orca is still in Lib Tech’s lineup for the 2020/21 season and has even had a couple of upgrades to its core. But there are plenty of other talking points from Lib’s snowboard offering next season, too. The TRS series has had a complete overhaul, Jamie Lynn has refined the designs on his signature shapes, Matt Biolos’ all-new …Lost x Lib pow swallowtail and ATV Quiver Killer combine nostalgia with Lib’s latest technologies, and a brand new board, the Ryme, adds more strength in depth to the women’s line.
“There are plenty of other talking points from Lib’s snowboard offering next season”
The success of the Orca is perhaps a blessing and a curse. It has undoubtedly drawn increased attention towards Lib Tech in the past few years but possibly taken some of the focus away from their other, equally impressive models. Its iconic short-wide shape and distinct top sheet have made it an easy model to spot in many a POV GoPro clip, namely from Travis, but expect to see even more people strapping into one next winter. The Orca now comes in three additional sizes, the lowest one being a women’s specific 144. The core has also been upgraded to Lib Tech’s HorsePower Construction – lighter, smoother, and environmentally greener. The backcountry apex predator, as they say.