For all mountain domination, it doesn’t get much better than the Lib Tech Horsepower T.Rice Pro snowboard. When you see Travis Rice doing the impossible in his latest movie, this is the board he is riding. It has same geometries as the standard line of T.Rice pro boards, but includes Lib’s new Horsepower construction, which uses lighter and stronger materials for lower weight and a boost in performance.
The HP Pro features Lib Tech’s award winning C2 BTX camber banana tech, which keeps pressure on the tip and tail for power and pop with medium pressure between the feet for float and easy turning. In short, the perfect blend of camber and rocker for riders with an aggressive and powerful style.
Lib Tech also made sure to include all their best innovations, like the basalt fiber lay up, co-sintered base, and Magne-Traction edges for better hold on icy hard pack.
The day I rode the HP Pro was ideal for testing the board—white out conditions with cold temps and deep fluffy powder.
The flex was a little stiffer than I usually ride, but it was great for stability at speed and really helped me set up well to spin off of jumps. All these boards have a true twin shape, the shorter lengths (like the board I was on) have a blunted jib specific shape while the two longer lengths have a pointy pow-specific shape.
Throughout the day I was impressed with how well the nose stayed up in deep snow, especially on the landings when sending a cliff.
If you’re looking for a one board quiver that will rip everything from park features to deep powder days, the Lib Tech Horsepower T.Rice Pro is a top-shelf pick that won’t let you down.

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