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A Happy Banana Magic Customer

Lib Tech & Mike Olson,

I just got a banana magic last week from backcountry.com. Your
dedication to innovation has made my experiences with snowboarding so
much better since I started riding Lib Techs! The banana magic is no
exception; in fact it’s the best board I’ve ever ridden, period! My
review of the banana magic on backcountry.com is below. Keep up the good
work! Rob

From www.backcountry.com:
Ordered the board from backcountry & got it in 2 days w/ free ground
shipping, nice! The board looks amazing; the entire top sheet/graphics
sparkle like big pieces of glitter, really trippy! I got the 158wide to
replace the 161wide mtx dark series I’ve been riding the last 2 seasons.
Going 3cm shorter since u don’t need as much length on a banana, I was
deciding between the banana magic 158w & the dark series 158w c2btx. I
really wanted to try c2btx but the 158 dark series has limited/narrow
stance options, I’m 6’4″ 190lbs & need some space between my feet, so I
went w/ the banana magic. This board is a featherweight, my old dark
series was one of the lightest boards I had ridden, well the banana
magic at just under 7lbs is almost 1.5lbs lighter! Just want to clarify,
this board does NOT have asymmetrical sidecuts like the park pickle, to
my surprise it does appear to have mild c2btx! I laid the board on a
large mirror & there is definitely rocker at the nose and tail, I put
my wife’s TRS btx on the mirror for comparison, no rocker, just
banana. I’m not sure why Lib Tech didn’t advertise the banana magic as
c2btx, but after riding it, I don’t care which it has, the board is
amazing! Pop, stability, & carving is what this board is all about!
Coming from a mtx(no banana) dark series, I have grown used to tons of
pop & the banana magic delivers, my friend even commented after I did a
cab 3 on flat ground, that he’d never seen me ollie that high! It’s
weird because it’s so forgiving when doing presses and manuals, (for the
serious jibber, look elsewhere, although it can still be pressed, it is
too stiff, & better suited to a freestyle park/all mountain rider that
occasionally hits rails) feels more flexible, but has so much pop, it
must be a combo of bananas & basalt! Basalt is the future of
snowboarding, not only is it environmentally friendly, but it makes the
board feel stable, like there are shock absorbers built in and it’s
quiet due to less vibrations! Overall I can go really fast & stay more
relaxed! Ironically, carving is where this board really shines! I never
would have expected this board would carve so good and feel so
responsive. The nose and tail are super wide allowing the side cuts to
be ridiculously deep, you can lean & throw your weight into turns like
your riding a carve board, yet it’s so responsive you can change
directions & weave in & out like, well, like nothing I’ve ever ridden!
This all equates to a board that truly rides like magic! If I could give
it 10 stars, I would, it’s expensive, but worth every penny! GET THIS
BOARD, it makes snowboarding so much better!

Categories: Letters

  • Rob let me ride this board. I’m much smaller at 5’8″ 155 lbs. and it worked amazing for me too. I launched off a mid mountain mogul at full speed and got higher than I’d ever been off something that small. The pop is ridiculous. The magne traction is like cheating its so much better than anything i’ve ever ridden. Seriously license this technology to everyone. No one should be riding without it anymore. Thats like not giving a starving person food. What else can I say except if you send me a board Rob and I will do more mid mountain sales and demo than anyone. Not to mention his wife, she’s good too. I think we might have sold 3 today and I don’t even have one yet. This board is sick. I need one like…. yesterday.

  • great review, but i am pretty sure that it does have asym sidecuts. lib, can you comment on some of the tech spec issues brought up here