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Attention adrenaline junkies.

Do you spend your days traversing out gates and hiking up unforgiving terrain in search of fresh powder and heart-racing lines? Got a craving for adrenaline that can only be satisfied by dropping huge cliffs and straightlining down ass-puckering chutes? You have a fever, and the only prescription is the Lib Tech T.Rice Pro Model C2-BTX Pointy Snowboard. A freestyle monster with freeride in its blood, the T.Rice Pro Pointy features a pointed nose and is longer than its blunt-nosed counterpart to give it effortless float in bottomless snow and greater stability when you're charging down steeps.

C2 BTX Power Banana technology features rocker between the bindings for a floaty and forgiving ride in powder, with camber zones extending from the bindings to the tip and tail to give it a more aggressive feel that provides edge hold on hard pack and pop off of jumps. Magne-Traction edges are serrated to slice through ice likes it's fresh corduroy, making carving on bulletproof slopes child's play.  A true twin shape and centered stance allows you to ride switch in pow and centers your weight when you're landing so you don't wheelie out.

Travis also knows that as snowboarders we need to protect our planet in order to continue doing what we love, which is why the T.Rice Pro is made right here in America using environmentally-friendly materials. The Bio Bean topsheet is made from castor beans instead of petroleum-based plastics, the lightweight and strong H-Pop wood core comes from fast-growing, sustainably harvested trees so you're not contributing to the destruction of the rainforests, and soy-based polymers are used in the sidewalls instead of toxic ABS.

  • Rocker between bindings, camber at tip and tail
  • Twin shape
  • Magne-Traction edges
  • Axis Inversion biax and triax glass
  • Medium-stiff flex
  • Power A and Colombian Gold core
  • Co-Sintered base
  • Power Transfer internal sidewalls
  • Bio Beans topsheet

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Hi Ian, sweet pic. I am looking at this board and wondering if it would be wide enough for my boot size even though it isn't classified as a wide board. I have a 11.5 boot. Do you think the 164 would accommodate this boot size?

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Hey! To be honest with you I have a size 13 foot and I've ridden more narrow boards than this. The board I'm currently ridding is 258 mm in width. Because you have a smaller foot I'm confident you can ride the 161cm version of this board and that extra 2 mm of difference won't even be noticeable. Typically anything over 26 is "wide" in my eyes.

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BEST PERFORMANCE JUST A LIL FRAGILE

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

this is the best board ive rode it the past 2 seasons as a lifty in washington state so I ride everyday in every condition . I got a 161 and it does great from smashing and floating through pow to jibbing around while still being stiff enough to ride out the fattest jumps or drop landings , to just straight lining down a groomer on a spring day.. on real icey days its a lil long and I like something shorter other than that the other con is that this board is a lil flimsy and weak when it comes to the top sheet, it seems it chips from just riding real hard and cutting through ice, my first year it was pretty beat on the top sheet edges with a lot of chips thhen the second year it straight split on the tip but while they last they ride better than every other board ive ever rode....

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