Environmentally focused and rider driven, Lib Tech handcrafts their boards in Sequim, Washington with eco-friendly materials, processes, and power. Designed alongside a stacked roster of both riders and artists, Lib’s wide range of boards showcases an impressive dedication to experimentation! Dabble below.

Dynamiss

(women’s)
Terrain: Resort/Backcountry
Rider level: Intermediate/Advanced
Flex: Medium

The Dynamiss is an all terrain resort ripper with pow days and dream trips in mind. This powerful C3 directional stick is ready for anything you might have on the agenda. A smooth entry directional nose for float in the crud and pow combined with a slightly tapered tail and a poppy Aspen / Paulownia core makes the Dynamiss an instant dynamic freeride/freestyle classic.

Board art by: Jamie Lynn (@jamielynnart)

Jamie Lynn Short Wide

(men’s)
Terrain: Resort/Backcountry
Rider level: Intermediate/Advanced
Flex: Medium-Firm

Baldface dreaming, resort ripper… Jamie went a little longer and a little narrower on his favorite pow blaster this year and now it rips the hardpack as well as the pow. Wide enough to float effortlessly through tight trees, loves a straight line, glides through the flats and snaps tight pockets. Perfect for pow days at home or that dream cat trip. VOLUME SHIFTED, RIDE THIS BOARD SHORTER THAN YOUR NORMAL BOARD. 648 SQUARE INCH SURFACE AREA.

Board art by: Jamie Lynn (@jamielynnart)

Ryme

(women’s)
Terrain: Park/Resort
Rider level: Intermediate/Advanced
Flex: Medium

The Ryme is a perfect twin high speed jib and park performer that rips the whole mountain. It’s fun and stable and ready for whatever dance you choose on the mountain; jumps, jibs, logs, gaps, kinks, groomers or greasy butters. An early rise camber profile creates amazing lift in soft snow making this “parky” board an amazing powder sled. The combination of camber and a poppy, lightweight Aspen, Paulownia core make this a can do trick stick that loves NBD’s.

Board art by: Nick Russian (@noexactrules)

T. Rice Orca

(men’s)
Terrain: Resort/Backcountry
Rider level: Intermediate/Advanced
Flex: Medium-Firm

Not your gutless fish. Travis has juiced up this Jackson Hole resort slasher into an apex all terrain tech shred predator. A long floaty nose combined with a powerful poppy contact maximizing short radius “Whale Tail Technology”. A tight 7m trench gougin sidecut. Wide enough to allow you to really put it on a hardpack rail with no toe drag and float pillows like a dream but still narrow enough to be your daily driver all season long. Take it to AK, drop BC pillow stacks or blow minds at the home resort all season. A mammal to eat all fish. TR. Award winning!

Volume shifted, ride this board 3-6cm shorter than your normal board.

*Travis and Mervin will be donating a portion of the sale of each Orca snowboard to the www.orcaconservancy.org in support of their efforts to prevent the extinction of the Salish Sea’s Southern Resident Killer Whales. #betheirvoice

Board art by: Mike Parillo (@mikeparillo)

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