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Eco-friendly freestyle madness endorsed by Sasquatch himself.

Remember that blurry, shadowy figure you saw rocketing through the woods last winter? That was Sasquatch, and he was riding the Lib Tech Skunk Ape C2 BTX Wide Snowboard. Our furry friend likes to keep a low profile, but he came out of hiding long enough to help Lib Tech develop the ultimate all-mountain freestyle stick for lumberjack-sized shredders. C2 hybrid camber, a lightweight, eco-conscious basalt/fiberglass laminate, and a sustainably-farmed Columbian Gold core all keep Mr. Squatch happy while he tromps through the enchanted forest.
  • C2 Power Banana hybrid-rocker profile balances power, float and forgiveness—rocker between your feet transitions into camber zones that extend out to the contact points
  • Basalt/fiberglass combo laminate is lighter, damper, poppier, and better for the environment than traditional fiberglass
  • Columbian Gold core uses genetically-modified, snowboard-specific wood for the ultimate in pop, response, and weight savings
  • Magne-Traction serrated edges give you additional contact points for better grip and control in all snow conditions

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1 5

LIB TECH BLOWS

If you want a hard all terrain big mountain board buy a Never Summer best boards around and most durable.

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I think your wrong

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Shweet board.

I just picked up this new stick and it rides like a dream. The reverse camber and bannana tech together make it a dream ride in fresh snow. I am 220 6ft with a size 12 boot, this board fits good. The only thing I dont like is the sidewall on the nose and rear tip is not to strong barely touch a rock and it wants to start separting might have to warranty that, and the base is really soft doesnt hold up to well against sticks and rocks . for shredding just wish it had a stronger base and more durable sidewall.Overall its a good ride and sick design Im Loving it. This was my first review above, but now I hate this piece of crap the side wall completely blew up and the board delaminated on a 18' powder day. one of few this season in Utah , I tried to send it back and lib and lib was not having it, one look and they said it was from impact.(shouldnt a board be made to take impact from jumps)
I went back to Never Summer snowboards cause I couldnt go with out the reverse camber and rocker. I shred utah snow and alot of resorts and some backcountry and lib tech does not hold up at all . I dont recommend LIB to anyone that rides hard big mountain terrain, cause this board is made like a burton. shitty.. DONT BUY LIB TECH and im saying this to everyone I speak with from now on....big piece of crap and magna traction blows way to agressive even on ice almost throws you off b-lining down groomers.

5 5

Skunk apes rule

This board is the best iv riddin..holds its edge well in anything,super fun in powder..im 6"0 140 pounds and i have the 157,its really stiff but i like it,fast,smooth and rides quiet..get this board!! or any other lib

Ok, I am 6'1 about 220-230lbs, currently...

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Ok, I am 6'1 about 220-230lbs, currently riding a Lamar 163, I find that I have to use my arms a little bit to maneuver the board a little bit, but I am not sure if this is the 4 year old board or what. What I really want to do is have an awesome powder board that is long enough and has enough flex to do some awesome buttering, should I go for the 169cm?

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You definitely wouldn't go wrong with the 169.

5 5

So far so good

Had a 12-year old Lib Tech Emmagator 165, finally upgraded after all these years. I'm 6'4" 215lbs and got a 169 with a size 13 boot. Love the board so far. I use it with the Burton Diode bindings. Can't wait to try it in some deep powder. So far it's floated nicely in some swatches of deep powder, it holds an edge nicely, and feels super stable when I'm going fast.

I originally ordered the T.Rice pro, but changed it for this as this has mostly all the same technology, it's just wider/longer for my size.

169 weighs a little over 7 pounds.

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Hi' I'm 6'5", 240 lbs, been riding my...

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Hi' I'm 6'5", 240 lbs, been riding my original sin 167cm board for over 10 years off and on, want a nice board more suitable for me, wide to avoid heel and toe drag which I get in the slush, good reviews for the skunk ape, will it suit me for all mountain free ride, lots of piste riding and powder when i find it. I'm not doing tricks, park or jumps but would like a board that feels solid and can shift. Help and advice appreciated.

5 5

Skunk Ape off the hook!

Just rode Jackson Hole and Grand Targee on my new Skunk Ape 172 great board did everything I wanted and more. Weather fresh pow or ice the magna traction
held the line.

Spotted this Skunk Ape in the Gondola line.

Skunk Ape off the hook!

So I am debating between the Lib Tech TRS...

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So I am debating between the Lib Tech TRS C2BTX and the Skunk Ape C2BTX. From the reviews I have read, the only difference seems to be the width. I am 6'3", 200 lbs and wear a size 12 boot. Would it be a good idea to go with the skunk ape?

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Yes, for sure... get the wider waist board...

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you are a skunk ape, so it works out well that they made a board specific for you

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Go for the skunk ape for sure....

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The Ape! Better all mountain board anyway

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For sure go with the skunk ape. I'm similar size as you. 6' 2" 190 sz 12 boot. I ride the 161 and love it! best board around, won't ride anything else.

Dogfunk is awesome and both my girl and I...

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Dogfunk is awesome and both my girl and I look here first to pick up new stuff. I'm looking for a new 'go anywhere' board. I've been riding for 3 years, learned to ride on ice in the midwest, and presently live in Northern CA. I spend most of my mountain days at Sierra-at-Tahoe. I'm 6' 2", 250lbs, size 13.5boots - presently ride a 160w traditional camber board. A perfect day is riding in the trees on a powder day. I hear good things about lib tech. So the question is 161 or 165? Are there other lib tech boards I should be looking at for the "go anywhere" considering I'm a big guy? Your comments and suggestions are much appreciated...

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this board is for you man, im 6'2 220lbs and wear a size 15 boot but i opted for the t.rice 164.5 pro model, if theres too much toe overhang with it im going to send it back and get a 165 in this. im used to long boards (rode a 172 snow mullet for EVERYTHING since like 2007 or 2008) so anything below 172 just seems super short and manuverable to me so if you're comfortable with a 160 just get the 161, shouldnt be too big of a difference.

Skunk Ape has arrived 10/31/11

Skunk Ape has arrived 10/31/11

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This thing looks Evil! Can't wait to ride it...

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Skunk Ape C2 BTX 2010-2011 Season

I'm 6'6" and I bought this wide model last year, let me tell you this board is OFF THE CHAIN! This is the most advanced board I've ever ridden in 17 years of riding, after packing and tracking this board performed flawlessly in pow. If you're on the groomers magne-traction helps you dig-in all day - even when it's clumpy late afternoon, if you're on a rail (this board on a rail? damn right) the dismount is clean and weight controlled and pop is great for boxes and spines, and the rocker let's you transition with power that I've never felt before. If you're an advanced rider, this board is the Ferrari that you've yet to test drive in life, give it a go kids.... man up...

I'm 6'2" at ~180lbs, been riding for 15...

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I'm 6'2" at ~180lbs, been riding for 15 years and charge everything. east coast and occasionally out west, 161 or 165?

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I'm 6'2" 165lbs and my pow board is a 160cm and my fun board is a 154cm. sizing a board is all about feel and what you want to get out of it. ice and park riding you can size down. powder and backcountry you will want to size up.

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I'm 6'6" and I bought this model last year, let me tell you this board is OFF THE CHAIN! This is the most advanced board I've ever ridden in 17 years of riding, after packing and tracking this board performed flawlessly in pow. If you're on the groomers magna-traction helps you dig-in all day - even when it's clumpy late afternoon, if you're on a rail (this board on a rail? damn right) the dismount is clean and pop is great for boxes and spines, and the rocker let's you transition with power that I've never felt before. If you're an advanced rider, this board is the Ferrari that you've yet to test drive in life, give it a go kids.... man up...