Lib-Tech Travis Ripper 2019
The 2019 Lib-Tech Travis Ripper is another great addition to the Travis Rice legacy, scaled down and tuned to the needs of younger riders. Anything that has the Travis Rice name has to be something special, and his 2019 pro model delivers on all fronts. Travis has done it all on this board, X Games, video parts, freeride competitions, big mountains, and park laps, proving this to be one of the most versatile and best performing boards ever made. The Travis Ripper prides itself on being the board that will let you push your limits, but is still fun and playful enough to be the board you take out every day.
Board Type: All terrain everything
Camber Type: C2
The favourite camber of Travis Rice. Mild rocker between your feet with powerful 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. Carves the resort, plays in the park, and slays powder.
Flex: 4.5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)
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 woods with Triax and Biax Fibreglass for a great long lasting ride.
Base: Eco Sublimated TNT
Fast, strong, low maintenance, and environmentally friendly. This base is a mixture of sintered and extruded, giving you the best of both worlds.
- 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: 136cm, 141cm, 146cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
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