Lib-Tech Birdman 2017

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Description

The Lib-Tech Birdman flies through powder without ever getting too close to the sun. Its floatation inspired nose will effortlessly lift you through powder on the deepest days. Even if powder isn't readily available this board still rips on hard-pack. It uses a horsepower construction (basalt instead of fibreglass) for a super light and damp ride. Forget the chatter and charge down the mountain. Take this baby to Japan and never look back... until the Australian season when it will continue to rip up the entire mountain.


Key Features

Camber Type: BTX (Reverse Camber)

Revolutionary all terrain freestyle camber blend. Reverse camber between your bindings with flat to mild camber to the tip and tail. Mild tip pressure generates unreal float plus solid pressure between your feet for easy turning and great ice edge hold.

Flex: 6-8/10 Stiff (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A stiff flex for stability at high speeds and awesome response.

Shape: Directional

With the FD (flotation device) nose on this board you will be floating down the powder lines with a smile on your face. The horsepower gives a flatter rocker, fatter tail and a straighter rail for maximum acceleration. 

Core: OP - Original Power

Light, Environmentally Nice, Strong. Combines Aspen and Columbian Gold with Triax and Biax Fibreglass for a great long lasting ride.

Edges: Magne-Traction

Discover the unreal edge holding power of having seven contact points with the snow. 

Base: TNT Extruded-Sintered Combo

A dual layered fluoro base for a low maintenance but fast snowboard base.

 

SIZE CHART

Board Lengths: 160cm, 165cm

Stance Set back: 100mm 

Waist Width:

(160cm) 257mm

(165cm) 259mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(160cm) 60kg+

(165cm) 65kg+

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