Canadian power beast Chris Rasman has ridden for Lib since before he was born. We couldn’t be more excited to work with him on his own powder stomping, resort ripping pro model. A directional floaty nose with enough tail to stomp or take o in either direction. A firm flex built on a perfect C2 contour that is made to keep you on your feet through the worst decision making mishaps and absolutely crush when you have done enough math to put odds in your favor, the camera is rolling and the boys are watching. All the resort and park versatility to make this your daily driver. Quite possibly the best snowboard ever made.
Board Art By: Aron Fredriksson (@aron_fredriksson) “Octopuses have got to be one of the most alien and intelligent beings. In my world, a true representation of our minimally explored PNW ocean landscape, is showcasing a fight between one and a bald eagle. The octopus wins... and this graphic wins too.” ~Chris Rasman
Core: 60% Aspen / 40% Paulownia
Glass: Tri-Ax / Bi-Ax Fiber and Basalt Alloy
Top: Eco Sublimated Bio Beans Top
Base: Eco Sublimated TNT (Fast & Low Maintenance)
Birch Internal Sidewalls
Uhmw Sintered Sidewalls
Uhmw Tip/Tail Impact Deflection
Lib Tech worked with Travis Rice to develop this perfectly balanced all terrain contour. Mild rocker between your feet with powerful cambers to the tips and tails. Enough power pop and precision to technically hit the biggest wedges, enough float and freedom to rip the gnarliest AK pow lines. Carves the resort, plays in the park, and slays powder.
The directional twin at first glance appears to be a true twin but will have something different between the shape, size or flex of the nose and the tail.
Sometimes the tail might have a stiffer flex, or the camber profile is different towards the nose than it is towards the tail or the nose might be raised slightly more than the tail.
It could also be a true twin shape with a setback stance. In which case, the board will be designed with a setback stance in mind – so the camber profile will be designed so that it feels right in that setback stance.