Near Canada, USA – Lib Tech moves into the 2012/2013 snowboard season holding solid to their long term mission; creating environMENTALLY nicer products, collaborating with artists that ride, and setting the boot pack into previously unknown territory with groundbreaking technology. Launching into an already award winning season with their 2012/2013 snowboard line-up, and release of their limited edition 2012/2013 Storm Factory outerwear, apparel, and accessories, Lib Tech snowboards and Storm Factory gear are now available in stores and online. All products can be viewed at www.lib-tech.com.
Highlights from the Lib Tech experiMENTAL division include the newest evolution of banana/camber combination; C3 Technology. The Jamie Lynn C3 Phoenix “Classic” Series is camber dominant, submissive banana for new traditionalists…camber makes a comeback with banana technology! The T.Rice Pro and T.Rice Pro Horsepower are topping the awards lists for the 12/13 season with Travis’ supernatural board designs and C2 Magne-Traction technology. Lib Tech continues to manufacture the longest running pro model in snowboard history—Matt Cummins’ La Nina MC. The stoke continues into the new season with proven board designs like the Burtner Box Scratcher, Skate Banana, TRS: Total Ripper Series, Mark Landvik Phoenix Series, the Skunk Apes, and the T.Rice Split. Bananas and cambers theorized, invented, refined, and tested beyond limits thought possible by the world’s most progressive snowboarders, expertly finished by Lib Tech’s Bitchin’ Board Builders.
Lib Tech Storm Factory gear features Lib tECO TechStyles on all outerwear; Lib’s signature material that keeps riders warm and dry with a clear eco conscience. All outerwear pants include Lib’s Genuis Cuff™ system, keeps pants from ripping and shredding, while the rider is. The Storm Jacket/Pant™ connection system comes standard on each outerwear piece, preventing snow from penetrating Storm Factory armor.
Lib’s Nudity Prevention street wear features original art by Jamie Lynn, Quincy Quigg, Mike Parillo, and other rippers who also add their signatures to our goggles, helmets, wax, and luggage lines.