The Cold Brew by Lib Tech comes with an all-terrain directional shape and is basically focused on freeriding. But the big nose and tail in combination with a C2 hybrid rocker profile, make it also very capable for some serious freestyle tricks.
An ingenious combination of freeride and freestyle board for intermediate riders. Want to ride deep snow and float in control without compromising on the ability to pull some tricks or ride switch? Then this is your board.
A Tapered Directional board is the best for all-mountain freeriding. The nose is a bit wider than the tail, giving you plenty of control in any terrain. The stance is set back towards the tail, increasing the length of the nose. This helps you to float above the pow. The Magne-Traction serrated edges give great edge hold all over the mountain, especially on hard pack and ice.
C2 means rocker between the bindings combined with radial cambers under the bindings. This combination offers good edge hold thanks to the camber underfoot, as well as great float in powder and unlimited freestyle action without hang-ups thanks to the rocker.
The medium-stiff flex provides you with a lively board that allows you to stay in control at all speeds and pop over everything.
The original power construction OP is a very lightweight, environmentally nice and strong construction design of Lib Tech. The Aspen and Paulownia wood core is robust with a lot of pop. Base and top sheet are made of Eco-sublimated materials. The TNT Base is also very fast and requires little maintenance.
For some 30+ years, Lib Tech has been pushing the limits of innovation in the surf and snow sports industry. With their production still based in the US, they set out to do something different. With new shapes and technologies each year, Lib Tech want riders to have a grin on their face when using their products. A company that never stops changing is something we hugely admire, and doing so whilst keeping an eye on the environment will give you a big thumbs up from us any day of the week.