Lib Tech snowboards celebrate ten years of producing their legendary Skate Banana snowboard. They’ve added a tonne of new profiles, construction methods and sustainable materials since then and continue to go from strength to strength. If Travis Rice, undoubtedly one of the best snowboarders in the world, has an entire quiver of snowboards made by Lib Tech to cater for his every need, then you know you’re in good hands.
This year sees new additions to the line up in a collaboration with Lost, astral plane inspired graphics on the T.Rice collection by Adam Friedman, the greenest snowboard ever made and a blank deck for all the craftsmen and women out there to get experimental with their own shapes. Lib Tech is so on point for 2016-2017 these decks will be flying off the shelves and flying down mountains everywhere.
2016/17 Snowboard Product Previews
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Lib Tech Banana Magic Snowboard 2016-2017