The T.Rice of Lib Tech is Travis Rice's dream splitboard. Due to the ultra-lightweight Horse Power Construction you win performance when climbing and on the downhill. Through the basalt structure, it receives a particular stiffness and hence any performance tests, which makes Travis with it.
He rides backcountry freestyle as well as demanding big mountain lines. The C2 BTX shape with the adjustment of Travis is right for aggressive power snowboarders. Solid tip and tail give pressure for fast riding, a lot of pop and precision are natural for Travis. The average hardness between the feet promises good floatation, edge hold and carving ability.
In combination with the Karakoram hooks and also the binding you notice no difference between a solid board or the T. Rice Split, so the guys from Lib Tech.
The board was designed by Andres Schoultz.
It is available in lengths of 161.5 and 164.5
The flex is rated with 7 at the Lip Tech scale..
If you bring the right skills for this board, you just have to get an interface, skins, bindings, the safety stuff, and you're set.
Splitboard Lib Tech T- Rice Design 13-14:
Splitboard Lib Tech T- Rice Features und Shape:
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- C2 BTX
- Magne Traction
- Horsepower Construction
- Columbian Gold Core
- Basalt Fiber
- Bio Beans Topsheet
- Power Transfer internal sidewalls
- UHMW External Sidewalls
- Co Sintered Base
- Flex 7