Lib-Tech Skunk Ape Fundamental
The Lib-Tech Skunk Ape is every big guys favourite snowboard. If you have bigger feet or are above average height and weight this board is calling your name. Its built with basalt which is both better for the environment and provides a lighter and damper ride. Weight might not matter to everyone but when your in the bigger and wider board sizes it can really make a difference. (If you want an even lighter Skunk Ape check out the Horsepower version).
This is a wide board for big foot riders. Not sure if you should be on a wide board?
Camber Type: C2 BTX (Moustache Camber)
This camber type gives great control in all areas of your snowboard. Rocker between the feet give great edge hold and nose lift in the powder. Traditional camber under the inserts out to the contact points allow for better tip and tail control.
Flex: 7/10 Stiff (1=soft, 10=stiff)
This is an aggressive mountain slayer for the bigger guys who need a board that can tackle any terrain or turn shape he throws at it.
Shape: Directional Twin
All the benefits of a twin snowboard but with a slightly longer nose for epic crud destroying and powder floating.
Core: Colombian gold / Power A
Light Strong and earth friendly wood core combined with Triax and Bi-Ax fibre glass for extra torsional strength and pop.
Slice through hard pack and ice like a Samurai with 7 points of edge control.Double sintered, ultra high molecule sidewalls for added strength and protection.
Base: TNT Extruded-Sintered Combo
Fast and low maintenance.A great base for those who tend to get a bit lazy with their snowboard waxes.Extruded bases are cheap and easy to repair also.
Board Lengths: 157cm, 161cm, 165cm
Stance Set back: 12mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
- Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
- Not sure if you need a wide board or not? Find out here.
- Want to find out about snowboard cambers and shapes? Click here.
- Want to find out about different types of snowboard edges (magne-traction)? Click here.
- Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
- Want to find out about snowboard construction? Click here.