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Lib Tech reCURVE: YOUR TIPS ARE ALWAYS UP WITH reCURVE TECHNOLOGY!
Ridden and designed by Mike Wilson and the Lib Tech experiMENTAL division, reCURVE Magne-Traction lifts your tips and tails from ends of camber to traditional contact points, creating a “dynamic early rise” when boot pressure is applied to center of short camber. Easy float in broken snow and pow, mild pre-initiation for hardpack and ice carving, catch-free for jib presses, etc. And ideal for most of the market: beginners, average recreational men and women, park/freestyle jib kids, freeriders, powder pigs, doctors, lawyers, heli guides & rippers.
POW reCURVE: Featured on POW, Magical Horsepower Freeride and Freeide NAS. Pow specific reCURVE (Rocker/Camber/Rocker) incorporates the additional float, lift and pre-initiation of rocker beyond the short camber fulcrum.
STEAK KNIFE TECHNOLOGY TURNS ICE INTO POWDER!
SERRATED STEAKNIFE EDGE GRIP: Magne-Traction adds edge hold and focuses the control and power under your feet where your balance is centered. Each bump or serration is strategically sized and positioned. The most aggressive bumps are in the center near and under your boot for maximum edge hold and control. The bumps are progressively less aggressive out towards the tips and tails creating catch-free user friendly tips and tails. Magne-Traction’s incredible edge control, when combined with reCURVE’s easy turn initiation and float, make for an insanely smooth ride in all terrain and conditions from ice to pow.
MAGNE-TRACTION FREESTYLE ADVANTAGE: The extra edge hold you get allows you to ride your narrow ass boards de-tuned for the park and rails and still get great edge hold all over the mountain. Take a file and round your edges so they don’t hang up on the rails, boxes or ledges. Then go ride everywhere!
Designed by Mt.Baker’s Tory Bland and ridden by the entire crew including World Freeskiing Champion Tim Dutton. A flat entry reCURVE Magne-Traction all-terrain shape that rips the hardpack and floats the pow in both directions. Art by Quincy Quigg