Box Knife C3 Snowboard 2017-2018 | Lib Tech

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  • Box Knife Snowboard - 145N, 148, 151, 154, 157, 157W, 160

Box Knife

STABLE AGGRESSIVE ANALYTICAL FREESTYLE

STABLE AGGRESSIVE ANALYTICAL FREESTYLE

STABILE MASCHINE FÜR AGGRESSIV FREESTYLE ANALYSEN

FREESTYLE ANALÍTICO, ESTABLE Y REACTIVO

$479.95 USD

$524.95 CAD

479.99 EUR incl. VAT

Free shipping over $75

Free shipping over €75

Product Alert: Currently less than 10 available.

Product Alert: We are currently out of stock on this item.

The Box Knife is the Left Brain to the Box Scratcher’s Right. Creative jib focused but with an analytical approach for precise pop, added power, stability and aggression. Jesse Burtner and Ted Borland’s go to back country kicker and all mountain park board. Fun and lively with pure presses and muscles up for bumpier run ins and run outs. Sometimes you need a scratcher but others you need a knife!

  • CAMBER 3 FOR MAX LOCK IN AND CONTROL
  • MEDIUM FLEX FOR MAX PRESS AND DYNAMIC POP

Art by Christina “Pika” Burtner

La Box Knife est au cerveau gauche ce que la Box Scratcher est au cerveau droit. Créative axée jib mais avec une approche analytique d’un pop précis, plus de puissance, de stabilité et d’agressivité. Le choix de Jesse Burtner et Ted Borland pour les kickers en backcountry et comme board de park all mountain. Fun et dynamique avec assez de puissance pour les runs agités. Quelle partie de votre cerveau allez vous utiliser aujourd’hui ?

  • CAMBER 3 POUR UN MAX DE PRÉCISION ET DE CONTRÔLE
  • FLEX INTERMÉDIAIRE POUR DE MEILLEURS PRESS ET UN POP DYNAMIQUE

Art by Christina “Pika” Burtner

Das Box Knife ist wie die linke Gehirnhälfte, wenn der Box Scratcher die rechte ist. Ideal für kreative Jibs mit analytischem Zugang, denn der präzise Pop liefert genug Stabilität und jede Menge Aggression. Jesse Burtner und Ted Borland lieben dieses Board auf Backcountry-Kickern genauso wie im Park. Lustig und verspielt für smoothes Pressing sowie Zickzack-Runs über Buckelpisten. Manchmal braucht man einen Scratcher, aber manchmal eben auch ein Knife!

  • CAMBER 3 FÜR MAXIMALE KRAFT UND KONTROLLE
  • MEDIUM FLEX FÜR DYNAMISCHEN POP

Art by Christina “Pika” Burtner

La Box Knife es el ojo derecho de la Box Scratcher. Con un enfoque creativo pensado para el jibbing pero con una mirada analítica para un pop preciso y mayor potencia, estabilidad y respuesta. La tabla de elección de Jesse Burtner y Ted Borland para saltar en el backcountry y disfrutar del park. Diviértete con seguridad sin importar el terreno.

  • CAMBER 3 PARA UN CONTROL Y PRECISIÓN MÁXIMOS
  • FLEXIÓN MEDIA PARA UN POP DINÁMICO Y UN PRESS MÁXIMO

Art by Christina “Pika” Burtner

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Box Knife Info Graphic

Board Specs

Size Contact
Length
Side
Cut
Nose
Width
Waist
Width
Tail
Width
Stance*
Min-Max / Set Back
Flex
10 = Firm
Weight
Range (lbs)
145N 82 7.9 28 24.5 28 18"-23.5" / 0" 5 80 +
148 85 8 28.6 25 28.6 20.25"-25" / 0" 5.5 80 +
151 88 8.1 29 25.1 29 20.25"-25" / 0" 5.5 90 +
154 91 8.2 29.1 25.2 29.1 20.25"-25" / 0" 6 95 +
157 95 8.3 29.3 25.3 29.3 20.25"-25" / 0" 6 100 +
157W 95 8.3 30.2 26.2 30.2 20.25"-25" / 0" 6 100 +
160 100 8.4 30.5 26.5 30.5 20.25"-25" / 0" 6.5 110 +
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Technology

Box Knife Construction
  • Keegan Artz

    I have a 148N TRS HP as my everyday rider. I’m 5’3″ weighing 130 lbs with a size 7 boot. I’m looking for a jib / park board and was wanting to go down in size a good amount, but you no longer make the box scratcher in a 143. Do you think this board in a 145N is my best option? Or is there another board that you would recommend over this one? Thanks!

  • Eric Flyckt

    are the 160s gone for the season?

  • Hello,

    Everything we have available is shown on our website—so if we don’t have it up for sale, it means we don’t have any in our warehouse. It is pretty unlikely that we will have it in stock down the line, as we are not building any more boards from this year’s line. My apologies for any inconvenience! We do pride ourselves on selling out of boards quickly, though.

    I’d recommend reaching out to your local shop and seeing if they’ve got it:
    http://www.gnu.com/store-locator/
    http://www.lib-tech.com/dealer-locator/

    Best,
    -Mervin

  • Steven Mahnke

    Hello,

    I have been riding a 2014 T. Rice Pro 161.5 for the past few seasons and I have been looking for another board to ride. I still love my T. Rice and it is my daily commuter but I have been looking into another board to have some fun with in the park and resort riding. My T. Rice will be my powder board for when I go and ride Mt. Baker. I was up in the air about the TRS, Box Knife, or Ejack knife. Im 5’11, 175 pounds, 11.5 size boot. Looking at the 157W or 157 regular. What do you think? Thank you!

  • Hello Steven,

    You will be better off with either the TRS or the Box Knife. The EJack Knife is more of a directional aggressive pow board, it wont be the best for park and standard resort riding. The TRS and Box knife are both true twins, so they will ride great in the park and all mountain. It really comes down to if you would rather ride a rocker dominant board (TRS) or a softer camber board (Box knife).

    -Mervin

  • Alex

    Hi, for all around “all mountain-freestyle” versatile ride should I go for 157W or 160? I am 6′-2″ and 170lb without gear and shoe size 12.

    Thank you!

  • Colton Corlett

    Whats up Mervin Fam! long time listener first time caller…. I’ve been riding a T. Rice pro 157 that I’ve had for at least 7 years. it was one of the boards he rode in the art of flight, so it is time for a new deck. I love that board, but I want to go with a C3 profile this time for a little more control and pop. I’m 6′ 0″, 200 LBS and I have small feet, size 9 boot. and I need a little direction. Initially wanted the e-jack knife because, well just look at the thing, but I’m learning it’s more for big mountain/pow than for resort/park/some pow that we ride most often. I’m leaning towards the box knife but would love some input. as a bigger guy am I better off with the 160? or the 157 for the smaller waist width? is the sintered base any noticeably slower than a TNT base? any input is appreciated. THANKS!