Lib Technologies Dark Series C2BTX Snowboard - Wide - 2009
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Does anyone know how light this board is? Does it perform well when doing rotation tricks like 360's??
November 14, 2009
i have rode a lib tech for the last 3 yr's I will never ride another board...i have been riding for 17 yr's, plus they are built by snowboarder's in the usa ;)
December 9, 2009
its a good board and its light and it has good rotation for 360 but it depends on how big the board is.
By: alex mata
November 14, 2009
Im looking for a good all around mountain board that will shred hard at high speeds and also kill it in the terrain park. Anyone know if this is a good board for that? I'm deciding between this and the MC Kink BTX by Lib Tech. Im 6'2 and 230lbs
October 19, 2009
I think a TRS 159 - 162 would work better for you. The MC Kink is stiffer than you would expect and I did not find it to be very lively. I am also 6'2 and weigh 215 and I had more fun on my TRS 162 in powder and in the park than my MC Kink 157, even though it was longer and not the best park size for me. The Dark Series is set back a little I believe. Also, it has the built in risers for carving response and has the C2 BTX which is a combination of banana rocker and camber. It is the stiffest of the three boards and I think this would be more of a freeride/all mountain freestyle board. If you are going to spend more time in the park I would get a TRS 59, if you will be riding a little bit of everything I would get the TRS 62.
August 25, 2009
love it hyper speed stablity great pop rocker camber combo rocks must have for serious boarders got to break out again in park awesome with all features wall,rail and jumps feel so confident on this board won't let you sit back fast for only the aggressive riders is right on the money if your still in inter to beginner let it alone cause this board flys which is awesome for me and other high speed high flying freaks who just can't get enough i recommend it to you awesome fun awesome
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Is it true that if you buy a lib tech you should buy a little smaller than what you normally would ride. I was thinking of buying this board and need a wide but not sure what size. I weigh 175 to 180lbs.
October 5, 2009
I wouldn't. I think that they feel a little shorter on groomers because of the rocker. People say that you can size down and get the same amount of float in powder, which is true. But why not go with your normal size and get even more float and stability? In my opinion your normal size will feel more nimble and responsive than a camber board in the same size. I'm a believer in sticking with the same size.
anyone ridden this?
how is banana in icy conditions?
August 9, 2009
you are nuts these boards rock! i hopped on my brother's burton couldnt even ride it..... think of it this way all other boards are like butter knifes the imagine traction is like a steak knife.
December 9, 2009
Just as good as the other boards that i have owned. It did take me 3-4 days to get use to it. There are pros and cons but after a season I now prefer the feel. I think that you get cleaner carves with alot less physical effort. The float is great and they are fun on boxes. They do have less pop and dont have the same high speed stability for doing steep lines that cambered boards have.
ah the banana is good with flex and pop, but personally i didnt really like it.
By: blake hendricks
August 11, 2009
- 155cm, 158cm, 161cm, 164cm
- Directional Twin
- Effective Edge:
- [161cm] 1240mm
- Waist Width:
- [161cm] 263mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [161cm] 8.4m
- Stance Width:
- [161cm] 49-61cm (19.5-24.5in)
- Stance Setback:
- Core Material:
- Sintered UHMW
- Rider Weight:
- [155cm] More than 120lb; [158cm] More than 120lb;[161cm] More than 130lb;[164cm] More than 135lb
- Recommended Use:
- All-mountain freestyle, advanced freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 Year