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  • T.Ripper Snowboard - 136, 141, 146


Travis' Favorite Geometries and Construction for Smaller Rippers

La géometrie et la construction favorites de Travis pour les petits riders

Travis Lieblingsshape und -konstruktion für kleinere Ripper

El diseño favorito de Travis específico para los más pequeños

$429.95 USD

$300.97 USD (30% off)

$459.95 CAD

$321.97 CAD (30% off)

€429.95 EUR incl. VAT

€300.97 EUR incl. VAT (30% off)

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.

Designed in Jackson to take on the world… That’s It That’s All, Art of Flight, King of the Hill, Supernatural this board has done and won it all. Travis worked closely with our experiMENTAL division to scale his pro series down for smaller rippers.


Art by Mike Parillo

Conçue à Jackson Hole pour dominer le monde… That’s it That’s All, Art of Flight, King of the Hill, Ultranatural, cette board a tout fait et tout remporté. Travis a étroitement travaillé avec notre département experiMENTAL pour adapter cette gamme pro aux petits riders.


Artiste Mike Parillo

In Jackson Hole dafür entworfen, die Welt zu erobern… Von That’s it That’s All, über The Art of Flight, bis hin zu King of the Hill und Ultranatural hat Travis Board überall gewonnen. Zusammen mit unseren Experten hat er die Dimensionen seines Lieblingsshapes auf eine Serie für kleinere Ripper herunter gebrochen.


Grafik von Mike Parillo

Diseñada en Jackson y lista para comerse el mundo… That’s it That’s All, Art of Flight, King of the Hill, Supernatural… Esta tabla lo ha hecho y lo ha ganado todo. Travis ha trabajado muy de cerca con nuestro departamento experimental para adaptar su línea profesional a los más pequeños.


Gráficos de Mike Parillo

  • 2016 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
    2016 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood

Board Specs

Size Contact
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
136 101 7.5 25.9 22.8 25.9 17"-22" 4 55 +
141 105 7.6 26.8 23.4 26.8 18"-23.5" 4 65 +
146 108 7.7 27.7 24.2 27.7 18"-23.5" 4.5 70 +
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  • C2 BTX: Power Banana Camber / Banana Blend

    Our favorite camber rocker blend for aggressive power snowboarders. Solid tip and tail pressure for power, pop, precision and end-to-end stability combined with a medium amount of pressure between your feet for float, carving and edge hold.

  • MTX: Magne-Traction®

    Seven points of focused edge control. Magne-Traction’s strategic serrations provide unreal edge hold and control in all conditions. Winner of over 30 Good Wood awards. Ridden to Olympic gold medals, Air and Style championships, King of Hill, X Games Street gold, Supernatural victory and Ted Borland’s backwoods jibs.

Technologically tougher

Aspen / Columbian Gold Core

New! Fast growing farmed wood from south of the border. Ultra light, strong, long lively fibers.

Axis Inversion Fiberglass

Technology even we don’t understand?!

Eco Sub / PBT Top

Tough, Eco-sublimated compatible.

Birch Internal Sidewalls

The same futuristic power 90º pop technology from our world record setting skateboards and power transfer spines only this time we have placed it along the sidewall of your board to add board control to our sandwich construction. Stronger, more pop, and more control brought to you by our Woodshop!

UHMW Sintered Sidewalls

A Lib Tech innovation. Twice as sintered as any other sidewall. Tough, fast, hard, waterproof, handsome and light. NO TOXIC ABS!

Eco Sub TnT Base

Fast and low maintenance dual layered fluoro base material. Wax it or maybe skip a day. Use Oneballjay snowboard wax.

Handcrafted in the USA near Canada!

BITCHIN’ BOARD BUILDERS We build snowboards. We build snowboards. No really… that is what we do. We don’t order them from China or anywhere else and send someone to go check and see how they turned out. We physically hand build them right here at home in the USA.

The World’s Most evironMENTAL Board Factory

30 years of handcrafting in the USA. A rider run board design and testing creative lab where dream boards are made.

  • Ed

    Hi. I wanted to get my 12 yr old son a T. Ripper. He’s 5’0. 110lbs. I would say he is expert level. Park and groomies. Not sure if I should get the 136m or 141m. Suggestions? Thanks.

  • Hi Ed,
    I think the 141 will be most suitable size for an advanced rider his size.
    He might find that initially it feels a bit big, but I think it will be a lot more fun, stable and progression-friendly in the long-term!

  • Cristian Molina

    Hi, Im 12 years old and 5 foot and I ride pow and park on park I’m getting my corks and didn’t know if I should get 136 or 141 because I’m thinking that the 141 might be a little big on park but perfect on pow so I don’t know

  • The 141 is going to be the better option for you, I think a 139 or 140 would probably be the PERFECT size and offer the most versatility. But the 136 is going to be pretty small. Since you’re still growing, the 141 will be awesome. Plus, if you get corks and other tricks dialed in on the board while its still a little big for you, they’ll be easier as you grow! And you’ll be able to effortlessly ride powder with it.

  • Cristian Molina

    Awesome thanks so stoked for this season

  • paikinho

    My daughter 11 is just moving past 5 foot and probably will hit 5’2″ by the end of the season. She is about 80 pounds right now. Her feet are growing like puppies paws and she is already 6.5. I read that the T. Ripper 141cm was only good for kid bindings 2-6.
    I was concerned this board might not work since the binding size I saw was kid size 2-6 and not medium women which are more like 5-8.
    Since I am getting her some Medium Flow Fuses. Will those work with a T. Ripper?

    Also, her level is beginner to low intermediate. Would she be ok with this board or would it be too much. She mostly just glides down the mountain at this stage, nothing fancy or aggressive. Her younger brother and sister really rip down the hills and so I am also looking at future proofing as the boards get passed down and I think this board might really really suit them in a couple of years. I am just unsure if this board would be tolerable for someone working towards the intermediate phase and more interested in casual rides.

    Any thoughts could be helpful.

  • Hello there!
    It sounds like she will be just fine with the T-Ripper 141 in terms of size. I’m not familiar with Flow’s size range, but the bindings will be compatible with our insert pattern–though she might be happier with a women’s specific binding, as the highbacks are lower and they tend to offer a more comfortable fit.

    The T-Ripper is definitely the highest performance youth board in both the Lib Tech and Gnu Line and it’s really geared towards aggressive small riders. The Lib Banana Blaster or Gnu Mini Smart Pickles could be more fun and progression-friendly boards for all of the kids, as well as some of the smaller Gnu ladies boards, which have really unisex graphics–check out the B-Nice (pattern or Club Collection graphics) and Velvet Gnuru.

  • Gail

    Hello!! I’ve been searching for last year’s model because I really like the graphics. Can I purchase it through this website??

  • Hi Gail,
    We don’t have any past season boards for sale and we’re 100% out of stock…my apologies!

  • Sarah Howard

    Hello! I’ve been eyeing this board for a while now but I’m not sure if I should get it. TransWorld said that this was a great board for women that like to do park
    though. I don’t really like to do park but I really like riding through the trees and love having a more flexible board for that. I also like to do little ollies here and there and have fun on the mountain on jumps and stuff. I’m 5’5 and 125 lbs and I still like to bomb down the hill a lot. Any suggestions? I’ve been looking at GNU as well

  • Hi Sarah,
    Thanks for reaching out to us!
    Pretty much all of our boards are versatile enough to ride absolutely anywhere on the mountain, and the T-Ripper is no exception. Its an aggressive/powerful youth board, that will feel more on the forgiving side to an adult female rider. The C2 base contour will be stable at speeds, float through powder and quickly initiate turns.

    But some of the Gnu boards might be more fun and suitable for ya–I’d recommend checking out the Klassy or for a step-up in performance, the Ladies Choice.

    It can be insanely helpful to go check the boards out in person at a shop!

  • Cristian Molina

    I’m riding the 141 with some medium Union Atlas bindings with a size 8.5 of boots and theres no heel or toe drag. So I think she would have no problem

  • Alley

    Hello! I’m looking for an all around park board for my son who loves hitting jibs and jumps. It’s tricky to find a board for his size. He’s 5’4″, 130 lbs with a size 8 men’s boot. He has a 144 and 147 men’s board but feels uncomfortable riding those lengths and would like to go shorter. When I try to shop for an all around jib/jump board I venture out of men’s boards and into women’s and youth boards that aren’t recommended for his boot size and weight. Just wondering if he will be able to ride this board and still feel the pop the board has and also not drag his heel or toe. Thank you!

  • Raoul Duke

    Hey dudes. Which is better suited for someone that is 110lbs. The T. Ripper 146 OR the Skate Banana 145? Is the T. Ripper softer in flex because it’s for youths? Cheers

  • GNU

    Both boards will be killer!
    The Ripper is definitely more aggressive, and suited to powerful riders.
    While the Skate Banana is a more mellow, playful and forgiving ride.

  • GNU

    The Ripper 141 might not be the best for a size 8 boot, the 146 would be more suitable for his feet.
    On the Gnu men’s side, we make the Carbon Credit 143–it’s a bit wider, and more of a playful ride, too.
    The smallest size of the Space Case is 147, but that would be an amazing option as well.

    He’s really right in between youth boards and men’s boards, and in the future we want to try and cater to riders in that category! But for now, it might be worth waiting until he grows a bit more.

  • steve colbert

    My son will be 9 yrs old and is pretty advanced for that age riding black/double black trails but I am curious if the 136 size is too big for him. He will probably be around 4′ 6″ by next season and 70lbs or so is my guess. Currently he is riding a Danny Kass mini 110 BTX which was getting small but not sure if this is too big a jump, any thought?