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One word: Travis Rice kills it! Oh, wait, that's four.

It is awe-inspiring how Travis Rice ever-so-delicately dissects the fear-inducing terrain of Jackson, New Zealand, Alaska, and other unheard of high-altitudes on the Lib Technologies T.Rice Pro Model C2 BTX Points Snowboard. It's like it's not enough to just ride deep powder, he has to throw some switch double-combo loopty-woo into it.
  • C2 BTX places camber underfoot and rocker in between the bindings for a forgiving ride, while Magne-Traction edges maintains a grip on hardpack and ice
  • Environmentally friendly bio-plastic top sheet is made from renewable castor beans … mmmm, castor beans
  • Axis-Inversion fiberglass flips the script on what you knew about fiberglass and delivers insane pop
  • Correct sandwich construction shaves weight off the nose and tail to spin faster
  • Power Transfer Internal Sidewalls give you an extra dose of pop from the inside out
  • Sintered UHMW base is fast and durable
  • Artwork by Mike Parillo; treat your eyeballs at mikeparillo.com

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im a little stumped about what size to...

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im a little stumped about what size to get. i will be in utah next year and was looking at this board for pow. im 5'11 170lbs and not sure which to get the 161.5 or the 164.5. your feedback is appreciated.


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Either size will be great for Utah. The 161.5 is plenty of board to have great float on even the deepest days out here and probably a little more versatile for when there isn't fresh snow. It will also be a little more maneuverable and playful, but if you want even better float the 164.5 will be very fun as well. I personally would get the 161.5.

I want to buy the 2011 t.rice c2btx lib...

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I want to buy the 2011 t.rice c2btx lib tech with horsepower. I love the graphic and the 2012s graphic is sub par. If anyone knows of a good site to purchase this let me know. I've been hounding Google.

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check out the lib tech site now, board are 20% off on the HP... good luck!

i am 185cm tall(6.07 feet) and 167.2...

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i am 185cm tall(6.07 feet) and 167.2 pounds(76kg),
will getting the 164.5cm Trice be pushing it too far?

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It depends on what you ride. I have a full rocker board in 159cm Wide and i am 6' 2" and 185 lbs. I ride all over the mountain and it is the perfect board. Groomers, trees, park, powder...it does everything well.

I am 6'3" 260 lbs, will a 164.5 length...

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I am 6'3" 260 lbs, will a 164.5 length board work fine for me?

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Hey Matt, what size are your feet? If they are 10+ I would look at a wide board before stacking up the other variables... but in general, for your height/weight this board would probably be to short/flexy...

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So far, Love it

I have only gotten to use it twice so far, but the T.Rice board has been great. It's really aggressive and has great pop and edge hold. I haven't gotten a chance to try it in the powder yet, but up in New England it has performed great in the less than desirable conditions. I also think the graphics look awesome.

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This board is amazing. Good pop, great edge hold, digging the c2btx. Got the 161.5 pointy, wanted to go long for pow, but still use it for all mountain. Never questioned its ability on groomers and jumps, but I've just now been able to test the float the last couple days with these Colorado storms, and so far it's killed it. Quite a bit heavier than I expected, but that really hasn't bothered me at all.

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Pefect blend of tech

I am coming off a lib mc kink 157 and trs 167. The 164.5 matches the specs of my 167 trs. This year's T Rice model is a little softer than previous years and has some mellow magnetraction (not too grippy). The c2 is a great blend to float pow, butter, but maintain great solid pop and stability at speed. I found the 2012 model to be softer, more fun, and lighter than the 2009/10 model previously owned. It's a bit wider in waist width than most boards, which if you're an aggressive rider will add some stability and float. Board is incredibly quick edge to edge despite waist width. Very stable for east coast conditions which to date have been mostly blue ice, man made packed snow and pow. The board excelled in each condition type. Expensive board, but money well spend. Durability is great, art is fantastic. I'm 6'2", 210 lbs, and 11.5 feet. Zero complaints!

I have demo'ed the T.Rice C2 BTX 2012, but...

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I have demo'ed the T.Rice C2 BTX 2012, but am thinking about getting the 2011. Is there any significant differences between the two, or am I going to get the same ride?

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My buddy has the 2011 161.5 while I have the 2012 161.5 and honestly I haven't noticed any differences at all. Geometry is the same, weight is the same, flex, etc. No reason not to get the 2011 to save some cash or preferred art. I'll update if I notice anything.

I am intersted in purchasing a t rice pro...

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I am intersted in purchasing a t rice pro model. which one do I get there a 2 models

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Well there are two sizes one size 161.5 and one is 164.5 which ever size you would like you you get. It all depends on what you are looking for.

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I'm 6 ft 180. I'm a freestyle all mountain...

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I'm 6 ft 180. I'm a freestyle all mountain rider mostly in the east coast vt. 161.5 or 157

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If your an all mountain pow boarder but still would like to keep it yourself flexable the longer board would be your best bet.

What's the difference between this board...

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What's the difference between this board and the HP version?

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The materials used are completly different. The graphics are slightly different too, being more colurful and sparkly on the HP version.

This board has Lib's H-Pop core, HP version has 100% Columbian Gold core. This board uses fiberglass, the HP version uses 100% basalt fibers.

The shape is the biggest similarity.

Was looking for an all mountain board that...

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Was looking for an all mountain board that I could ride on the east coast and bust through crud without losing my edge. And would also like a board that I could take out west and not sink to the bottom of the good stuff. Do you think this board will fill these requirement?

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If I wear a size 12 and im 175 is this...

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If I wear a size 12 and im 175 is this board too narrow?

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No way. the Travis Rice has a 26cm waist width, which is considered wide.

Hey everyone just got myself this board=)

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Hey everyone just got myself this board=)
im 6'1(186cm) and 175(80kg) and bought the 164.5 board - do you think it's to big for me?

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Not necessarily, but from what I understand you can ride these hybrid camber boards a few centimeters shorter than a camber board...

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I'm 6'3" and purchasing the 164.5. its all in how you ride... if its pow and high power jumps then you'll be all right.

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Generally no, but depends in how you ride. I'm 6-2, 210 lbs and ride boards 157 - 167. I have the 164.5 T Rice and it's perfect and the specs actually match my TRS 167 while shaving off a few cm in length and weight. I consider the 164.5 perfect with a centered stance and is great for all mountain, big jumps and the pow. Buttering and flat tricks are super easy given the flex patter on the board too. Can't comment on rails. If you are an experienced rider, you can adapt to length pretty quickly. The length will give you the necessary stability you need for mixed conditions, icy/harpack surfaces and plowing through crud and spring slush, and give you the running length for speed, if that's your thing.

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I'm 6'1 and 195lbs. Just got this board a few weeks ago. Totally depends on your riding style, but I have been CHARGING the mountain since the second I got it! There hasn't been anything I've not been absolutely ecstatic about!! Trees, steeps, pow pow, groomers, park.

This is as close to an all-mountain board as I could ever hope for!!!