Lib-Tech Terrain Wrecker 2018

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Description

The 2018 Lib-Tech Terrain Wrecker is a resorts biggest fear, designed to leave a trail of destruction in its wake and apply your freestyle game to the whole mountain. The Terrain Wrecker is a twin with a directional shape, blunting out the tail for solid grabs and blocks, keeping the nose round for float in powder, and maintaining that twin profile that rips in both directions. Built with a hybrid camber that leans on the aggressive side of the scale along with a soft flex, you'll be able to take your freestyle game to new heights, and into new territory.


Key Features

Board Type: All terrain everything

Camber Type: C2x

Shortened rocker between your feet with lengthened camber to the tip and tail gives you power and pop on groomers and in the park along with float and freedom to charge through powder. More loaded pressure in the tip and tail than regular C2 for a more aggressive and stable ride.

Flex: 6/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Shape: Directional Twin

This twin shape is the same tip to tail, and can perform just as well in switch as it does regular. The Terrain Wrecker has a rounded nose that floats and a blunt tail that is super fun to grab and block.

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: TNT (Extruded Sintered Mix)

A fast and low maintenance base that is dual layered which can handle not being waxed for a while if you get lazy.

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: 154cm, 157cm

    Stance Set Back: 0mm

    Waist Width:

    (154cm) 255mm

    (157cm) 257mm

    Recommended Rider Weight:

    (154cm) 65-90kg

    (157cm) 70-95kg

    • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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