LibTech TRS Total Ripper Series C2-BTX Snowboard (Men's)
Style: TRSC2 BTX 13
The LibTech TRS Total Ripper Series Snowboard is tested and used by all-terrain freestyle pro-riders who need a stick that can excel in various conditions. Volcanic basalt fibers provide dampening in a lightweight package. The Magne-Traction serrated edges hold even in icy, hardpack conditions. The TNT base is easily repaired and low-maintenance, giving you a carefree ride without much effort required.
- Flex: Medium Stiff Flex
- Design: All-Mountain
- Shape: True Twin
- Camber: C2 BTXRocker/ Camber combo
- Waist Width: 25.3cm (on size 154), 25.3cm (on size 157), 25.3cm (on size 159), 25.6cm (on size 162)
- Basalt-and-fiberglass combo gives the board lightweight strength with dampening
- Colombian gold core offers the highest compression with great response
- Mange-traction serrated edges cut into ice and snow for excellent edge hold
- Double-sintered sidewalls are tough and light to withstand impacts
- TNT base is low maintenance and easily repaired
- Correct Sandwich gives you a lower spin weight for extra rotations
Questions and Answers
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"I'm 6', weigh 190lbs and wear a size 12 Burton Ambush boot. I'm also an intermediate rider who spends the majority of my time carving good long mostly groomed runs. I'm not hitting the park, but I do like to hit some small jumps here and there down the runs. Two questions about this board for me ... Will it be too narrow (too much heel/toe drag)? Based on my style is this board still recommended or is it more for a freestyle/park rider?"
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Question by Brandon on 1/6/2013 - 12:08 pm
"I wouldn't recommend this board to you. Simply for the fact that your boot size is too big for a regular board. You need to get a wide board. The style of the board is good for the type of snowboarding you like to do though. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/8/2013 - 3:25 pm
"I am 5'11'' and weigh 205 lbs and have a size 12.5 boot size, is this board a good fit for me as far as width ?"
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Question by Joey A on 4/3/2013 - 11:42 am
"As far as size, you would need a wide board. Any boot over size 12 should really be riding a wide to help prevent toe and heel drag. You can view all of our wide boards here."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/3/2013 - 12:18 pm
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