The 2018 Lib-Tech TRS HP is a freestyle board with a flair for freeriding. Originally designed as a park and slopestyle board, the TRS quickly pushed out of the park, performing just as well in the backcountry and on groomers as it did on jumps and rails. It has now proved itself at the highest level in every type of terrain, winning both freestyle and freeride competitions, as well as a stack of Transworld Good Wood awards in both the mens and womens divisions. The TRS is the go-to for Lib-Tech Rider Blair Habenicht for technical big mountain lines, as well as being the choice of Matteo Soltane for freestyle progression, which proves there really isn't a thing this board can't do.
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)
This twin shape is the same tip to tail, and can perform just as well in switch as it does regular.
Core: HP - Horsepower
Lighter, Environmentally Nicer, Smoother. Combines Aspen, Columbian Gold and Paulownia with Triax, Biax, and Basalt alloy glass for a super smooth, damp ride and lighter weight.
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.
Bio Beans Topsheet - A bio-plastic made from beans. Good for your board, and good for the environment.
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: 154cm, 157cm, 159cm, 162cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
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