- Sizes: 147, 151, 154, 157
- Flex: 6
- Profile: Rocker
- Shape: True Twin
- Price: £429 / €479
It’s an almost universal rule of thumb that the older a rider gets (especially a pro), the more likely he/she is to trade their eye-catching apparel for earth colours, and their twin park board for a powder stick.
One massive exception to this rule is longstanding Lib Tech man Jesse Burtner. He may have taken on a behind-the-scenes role at parent company Mervin Manufacturing, but he still rips hard and often enough to merit his own pro model – and it’s about as far removed from a spine-chasing splitboard as you can get.
“You’ll get more purchase than a ‘true’ rocker board when you want to engage the metal”
The Lib Tech Box Scratcher is a true twin, park-focused board that’s built for spontaneity. Foregoing the precision of camber for a rocker profile, and slapping it on a fairly soft-flexing true twin design, the Lib crew have ensured that imaginative riders have all the tools at their disposal for the kind of mind-blowing butters that we all love.