Lib-Tech Box Knife Wide 2018

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Description

The 2018 Lib-Tech Box Knife is the left brain to the Box Scratchers right brain, being the more calculated, methodical, and precise in its approach to snowboarding. The Box Knife is the favoured board of Jesse Burtner and Ted Borland for backcountry jumps and all mountain freestyle performance, with a more aggressive camber dominant profile holding an edge and handling speed and big landings without worry. Still soft enough to press and play, but stable enough to charge through bumpy run ins and sketchy landings, the Box Knife is a board that won't just scratch the surface of what the mountain has to offer, it'll cut right through and make the most of everything.


Key Features

Board Type: All terrain everything

Camber Type: C3

Very mild rocker between your feet with powerful camber to the tip and tail. This is Mervins version of traditional camber, offering maximum edge hold, pop, power and precision with extra float and carve.

Flex: 4.5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Shape: Twin

This twin shape is the same tip to tail, and can perform just as well in switch as it does regular.

Core: OP - Original Power

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

Base: Sintered

Fast and rugged with maximum wax retention.

Additional Features:

  • Magnetraction - 7 strategically placed serrations along the edges of the board grip onto the snow and hold a strong edge in any condition.

SIZE CHART

Board Lengths: 157cm Wide

Stance Set Back: 0mm

Waist Width:

(157cm Wide) 262mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(157cm Wide) 65-90kg

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