Lib Tech Skate Banana BTX Wide Snowboard (Men's)

Product Details

Style: SKATE BANANA WIDE 12

The Lib Tech Skate Banana BTX Snowboard is one banana that you'll want to slide on because Lib Tech smartly puts the rider's pressure where it can best be leveraged. Banana Rocker allows the Skate Banana BTX Snowboard to be floaty in the powder, while flatish/mild cambered zones and scalloped Magne-Traction give you the pop in the park and grip on the groomers that you're looking for. Lib Tech engineered this snowboard with Power Transfer internal Sidewalls to give it the extra control and pop you need to boost off lips, and the H-Pop Wood Alloy Core makes it lightweight and super responsive. Every year the Skate Banana Wide tops riders' wish lists, probably because it can accommodate bigger feet but still handles like an Italian sports car.

Specs:

  • Design: All-Mountain/ Freestyle
  • Shape: Twin
  • Camber: Flat Camber/ Banana Rocker BTX blend
  • Waist width: 26.1cm (size 153W)

Features:

  • Banana Technology (BTX) for stability and float
  • H-POP Core for lightweight snap
  • Power Transfer Internal Sidewalls for more pop
  • Magne-Traction Scalloped Sidecut grabs on tight
  • Sintered UHMX base material holds wax well
  • Double sintered UHMW sidewalls are tough and durable

Questions and Answers

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Q:
"I am 5' 11" and 180 lbs with a size 11 boot and I like all mountain but would like to start getting into more park. Is this a good board for me? "
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Question by Josh on 12/18/2011 - 12:43 am
A:
"This is a great board for you and based on your info, we suggest size 159. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/18/2011 - 3:41 pm
Q:
"I want to get my bf this board, he is 6'1" and has a shoe size 12.5, would this board workout for him? He rides a 159 now would that be good or a 156?"
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Question by Lilly on 2/4/2012 - 11:23 am
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"If he has a 159 now and he's comfortable with that then I'd stick with that size. Going down to a size 156 would be like going down in skill level. The board wouldn't float as well in deeper snow and it might slow him down a bit."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/7/2012 - 9:52 am
Q:
"Hey, I am 5'9" and 140 pounds what would be a good size board for me?"
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Question by Alex on 4/4/2012 - 3:47 pm
A:
"A good size for an intermediate with your measurements would be 153. Maybe a 151 for a beginner and a 155 for more advanced rider. This could vary depending on the type of boarding you like to do. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/4/2012 - 3:54 pm
Q:
"I'm 5'9" a 140 pounds and a boot size of 11 and I've been riding in the park for a couple years same with the mountains what size board should I be looking for and would this board suit me well?"
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Question by Mike on 4/4/2012 - 4:24 pm
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"This is actually a perfect board for you. It will be awesome at the park and float really nicely on the mountain. It is wide so you wont catch a toe, your bindings will fit really nicely on there. I would suggest a 154 length for your height and weight, maybe a little longer for more advanced riders."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/5/2012 - 9:34 am
Q:
"I really would like to have this board but it is difficult to get in in my size in Germany. Is the Board you are selling is a 156 or a 156W? I´m 78kg and I have a boot with 11.5... Do i need a wide Board?Is the shipping to Germany free?"
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Question by Tom on 9/13/2012 - 3:33 pm
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"If you are around the height of 5'8" to 5'10" tall, the 156 size will work if your skill level is higher than a beginner. Also, you do want to go for the regular size board, not the wide board. If you click on the free shipping banner, we do state that the free shipping offer is good in contiguous US only. We do ship internationally through our partner Bongo! Please see the FAQ page for more information."
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/13/2012 - 4:09 pm
Q:
"I'm 6'3" 210 lbs with a size 13 boot and ride the park all day. I love to hit any and every rail/box I see, but at the same time want something that will spin and flip easily on 30+ ft. hits and can stick the landing without washing out. 1) Is this a decent board for this time of riding? (I want something that can press and butter AND be firm enough on big landings) 2) 159W a good size? (since I've heard you should down size with this board especially for park riding)"
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Question by Zack on 9/14/2012 - 2:45 am
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"The Lib Tech skate banana is perfect for boxes and rails but as you mentioned you’re concerned about washing out on bigger jump features. This has a tendency to happen with reverse camber and rocker profile boards. What I would recommend would be a board with camber/rocker combo or flat/rocker profile to help you stick those critical landings while still being able to ride those rainbow rails and S boxes. I would suggest the Lib Tech Attack Banana 59W which we are waiting for its arrival. Another board that I think would fit your riding style would be the Ride Buckwild Wide in 62W. "
Answer by Steve (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/14/2012 - 12:34 pm
Q:
"Can you tell me shipping demensions of the snowboard?"
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Question by Yulia on 10/20/2012 - 1:51 am
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"The size that you pick is the height of the board. So if you pick size 156, the height is 156cm. The width is approx 26cm. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/23/2012 - 3:18 pm

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