- Sizes: 146, 149, 152
- Flex: 6
- Profile: Hybrid
- Shape: True Twin
- Price: £490/€550
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Why we chose the Lib Tech No.43 Snowboard: This new addition is gonna set the women’s scene on fire.
Few companies want their riders to rip as much as Lib Tech (they even refer to their own pro team as their ‘rippers’), and it shows with every board they create. As part of the new women’s collection, the No. 43 is an all-mountain destroyer, and one that packs some serious horsepower.
“The individual cambers under each foot will give you enough pop and grip needed to set up for spinning the kicker line or carving up the corduroy”
The medium flex gives the board a really versatile feel. The combination of tri and biax fibreglass layers result in a board with all the response and support you need for charging, with enough ‘press-ability’ and forgiveness to still have fun when you want to take your foot off the gas. The individual cambers under each foot will give you enough pop and grip needed to set up for spinning the kicker line or carving up the corduroy.
If conditions get icy, Lib’s Magne-Traction should serve as your trusty comfort blanket, keeping your edge firmly locked into the snow, regardless of how hard-packed it is out there. The serration-style edge increases contact points with the snow along the length of the board’s edge, without interfering with the overall forgiving feel of the board. A double-edged sword, if you will.