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finally wore out my last pair of boots (04 burton drivers). loved them, so i decided to get the new version. super stiff, which i like, gives me confidence riding steep/fast. i love the speed lacing system, took me a while to figure out my preferences for the dual zones (tight top zone/looser bottom zone)so my foot wouldn't cramp. i love how stiff these are, but if you are used to soft or medium stiff boots you're in for an (uncomfortable) surprise. i would not recomend these for anybody freestyly/tweaky. if you freeride (fast,steep,deep)and want something responsive with a wider forefoot area, i highly recomend these stompers.

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ordered the trs 159 about a month ago. i've put 9 days on it and i love it. i'm 6'1"/215 lbs, size 10 burton driver boots (super stiff), K2 formula binders. great freeride set-up. board is super stable at hi speed and on steeps. i ride it centered and just rode in a foot of powder, i had to lean back a bit but the banana action is real floaty. riding switch is super easy/stable. took me a while to figure out how to ollie the banana rocker, feels nice and poppy now. so happy with this board, glad i'm supporting an innovative northwest company, made in the US (near Canada!). gonna be a Lib Technerd for life!

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ordered the trs 159 about a month ago. i've put 9 days on it and i love it. i'm 6'1"/215 lbs, size 10 burton driver boots (super stiff), K2 formula binders. great freeride set-up. board is super stable at hi speed and on steeps. i ride it centered and just rode in a foot of powder, i had to lean back a bit but the banana action is real floaty. riding switch is super easy/stable. took me a while to figure out how to ollie the banana rocker, feels nice and poppy now. so happy with this board, glad i'm supporting an innovative northwest company, made in the US (near Canada!). gonna be a Lib Technerd for life!

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