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Why not have both?
If a board is directional in both directions, is it indeed directional? Or is it a twin? One of snowboarding's great philosophical questions is put to the test in the innovative Lib Tech Double Dip Snowboard. Built for playing in both pow and the park, the Double Dip features a flat low entry nose to lift up in pow, whole the same flat low tail kick acts as a planing contact surface to create the feel of a longer and more stable board in either direction, without compromising its loose, playful nature.
Boasting a tight radius rocker zone between the bindings and camber underfoot out to the tips, the C2x profile offers a more aggressive feel for laying down carves, popping out of turns, and launching off natural features, while the medium flex retains enough playfulness for buttering around and spinning side hits on mellow spring days. Complementing this profile, the mid-wide width and deep sidecut help you blast through crud and float with ease over chunder and fluffy snow alike.
- Creative, experimental, directional and twin pow player
- C2x profile blend rocker with camber for versatility
- Directional and twin shape allows for freestyle, pow fun
- Wood blend core is sustainably-harvested and lightweight
- Magne-Traction edges grip icy terrain with ease
- Triax/biax wrap keeps the torsional flex responsive
- TNT base stays fast without sapping strength
- Q & A
Looking at this board and wondering about the sizes. I'm 6' 4" and 155lb with a size 11.5 boot. I know 159cm is on the shorter size for sure, but I'm mainly worried about there not being a Wide option. Should that dictate whether i should cop or not? Thanks!
cop or not...? You stumped us all with that one!
If you're asking whether you should consider this board or not, I would say that you'd be safer with a wide option. You're right on the brink of this board fitting your boots and there's too many factors that could throw off the whole thing (ie. bindind angle, boot brand, etc.). What appeals most to you about this board and I'd love to help you find an alternative.