Lib-Tech Box Scratcher 2018

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The 2018 Lib-Tech Box Scratcher is the original all-mountain jib board for the modern age. The Box Scratcher was designed by Jesse Burtner, a creative legend in the snowboard world, as a board that can do absolutely anything but still destroy the park like a proper park board would. What we're left with today is a soft, all-mountain board that can ride groomers and powder, but still push the boundaries of freestyle riding in the park and in the streets. Head to Instagram and check out Jesse's film crew @think_thank to see the Box Scratcher in action, and prepare to be impressed.

Key Features

Board Type: All terrain freestyle

Camber Type: Original Banana

Mild rocker between your feet with mild camber to the tip and tail makes this the best camber profile to progress your riding. Learn to ride on day 1or learn new tricks everyday. Holds an edge on hardpack, floats in powder, and jibs everything.

Flex: 4/10 (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

Minimal upkeep with maximum performance. A hard sintered base layer, on top of a layer similar to an extruded material. The sintered layer holds wax while the extruded layer is easy to repair.

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.  


Board Lengths: 147cm, 151cm, 154cm, 157cm

Stance Set Back: 0mm

Waist Width:

(147cm) 251mm

(151cm) 252mm

(154cm) 253mm

(157cm) 255mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(147cm) 50-65kg

(151cm) 55-70kg

(154cm) 60-75kg

(157cm) 65-90kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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  • Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
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