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Harness the forces of evil to rip apart everything at tooth-rattling velocity.

Thanks to the C2BTX hybrid rocker/camber shape, the Lib Tech Dark Series Snowboard helps you lay waste to the entire mountain, feasting upon the souls of limp-tailed rocker boards that can’t hold an edge at speed. The snappy flex and directional twin shape deliver the power you need to boost large and maintain control through sketchy run-outs.

  • C2 Power Banana shape places camber under your feet and rocker in-between for a loose, fun ride that still carves through turns
  • Columbian Gold core uses snowboard-specific, genetically-engineered wood for insane pop and light weight
  • 3D Bamboo Org throttles raise your bindings slightly for increased turning power
  • Magne-Traction edges add five contact points to offer exceptional grip, even on icy snow
  • Basalt fibers are blended with traditional fiberglass for a more eco-friendly construction that increases pop and dampens the ride
  • 3D power transfer spines improve energy transmission to edges

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So i've been rocking last years version...

So i've been rocking last years version of the Skate Banana Btx series and i had a few problems with the time it took to switch from edge to edge on tight cornering in the rail park and even to switch to different jump paths quickly. The other problem i had with it was that personally i found it not to have that much pop in it. The magnatraction was amazing on it though but i would like to know about the dark series is how good the flex is on it and if the pop is nice and high.

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The Dark Series is on the stiffer side, especially compared to the Skate Banana. It does have more pop and stability

Hey need some advice here. I'm 6'2 and...

Hey need some advice here. I'm 6'2 and about 85kgs - sie 10.5 boots...lookin for a sweet all round board..enjoy park and pow equally...keen on libtechs no idea wat model or size tho???
previously rode ride havoc -156' board. lookin for an upgrade..any tips??

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I m 5ft'5inches and 56kgs and want to know wahat size Snowboard is the best for me( im a beginner/ intermediate) ?

What dose the tec specs mean in the...

What dose the tec specs mean in the reccomended use by: Collecting souls?

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hahahha zach well this board obviously has an underlying theme have u checked out the price. collecting souls seems like the activity of someone evil

5 5


I simply love this deck! The first thing I noticed was the precise turns. It has some crazy pop and the magna traction is exactly what I needed on those icy days. Your buddys will be complaining about the sketchy conditions while you're out killing it!

5 5


i just got the 161 normal width. i'm 5' 10" 190-195 lbs. i prefer my boards just a tad longer and could have done with the 158. techie said the 161 would be just a tad more stiff at the core and better for bombing, which i prefer. this board is sick. had a t6 162 before, which was perfect length. can't wait too ride this thing.

I am hoping to get some sizing advice for...

I am hoping to get some sizing advice for this (or other Lib Tech/Gnu boards). I am 6', 180 lbs, size 11 boot. I primarily ride off the trails and trees with a little in the park.
I think the 161 (maybe 158?) is the right length, but do I need the wide? Knowing that the Dark Series has the small riser and I am right on the cusp of boot size, what do you think?

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You'll want to go with the wide dark series for a size 11. I'm a 9.5 and the waist on the 158/161 (same waist width) is perfect up to a 10, for a 10.5 or larger I'd take the wide.
I'd stick to the 161 for your weight.

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I have this exact board in a 161. I am 6'3" 300 pounds and for me this is a good park board. For myself riding through powder I found some difficulties riding (i am used to riding a 165) but for you saying you go through trees and go off trail, a 161 will be perfect for you. I wish I would have got mine in a wide though for powder just because i am 300 lbs. This board is very good in the park. I have been landing more stuff than ever due to magna traction!!! SO ya trees 161 park 158... Hope I could help.

I'm 5'11", 220 lbs, with a size 11.5-12...

I'm 5'11", 220 lbs, with a size 11.5-12 boot.

I currently own a K2-Astar (japanese model) 161cm. I've been hitting the park pretty hard with it and looking to replace it after this season.

With the C2BTX technology would it be alright for me to go with the 158 cm or should I stick with the 161 because of my weight?

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You can go for a 158 no prob. I'm 5'10''ish and `190lbs and ride a 152. I know someone bigger than you who rides a 159, so basically whatever is comfortable to you. Unless you're on a tiny board its not going to break or anything.

I am 6'1 170 size 11 boots, I prefer a...

I am 6'1 170 size 11 boots, I prefer a smaller board for jibbs, but still ride plenty pow..Would this board do work? I ride a 151 GNU chb BTX i just want something a little larger..

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you could definitely go with the 158 at your height/weight.

5 5


this board is the best thing ever. when you pull it outta the package, you notice two things 1. it is way light and 2. it feels way durable and popy. the board is perfect for ppl who lke poppy fast, and controlable boards. it is the best one out there. and the service here is much better than any other website.