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Is that a snowskate, or are you just happy to see me?

Thanks to a reverse-camber base, the Lib Tech 43in BTX Snowskate opens up a whole new world of riding when it's too snowy to skateboard and you can't get to the mountains. Magne-Traction edges help you turn with ease while those other poor suckers are dropping left and right on the icy conditions. This Lib Tech board even won the Shut Up and Snowskate competition at Snoqualmie, so you know it'll kill it in your front yard.

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yeah. but if its a bi-deck what holds the...

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yeah. but if its a bi-deck what holds the 2 apart.

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There are two posts where the trucks normally go. I'd say they are separated by about 5 inches

what do the trucks look like?

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what do the trucks look like?

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The trucks on this and all Mervin (Gnu & Lib Tech) snowskates have been solid "bent metal" (Mervin) trucks, no flex in any direction. I heard the new model has "Rocker " trucks -rockertrucks.com, which have a pivot point alowing the ski to flex but still retaining tortional rigidity. No lateral (side to side) flex alows for direct transfer of force to the edge making the lower "ski" carve like a snowboard.

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So Much Fun

If you've never been snowskating before, I suggest you try it sometime.
Ths deck is a bi-level, so you can actually use it on the mountain. It's like surfing meets snow on a skatedeck. It makes you look at the mountain differently and is so much fun I can't believe it.