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  • Travis Rice Pro HP Snowboard - 153, 155, 157, 157W
  • Travis Rice Pro HP Snowboard - 161.5, 161.5W, 164.5, 164.5W

Travis Rice Pro HP

Travis' Favorite Geometries in Futuristic HP Construction

La géometrie favorite de Travis dans une construction HP futuriste

Travis Lieblingsshape als futuristische HP Konstruktion

El diseño favorito de Travis en una construcción HP futurística

  • Travis Rice Pro HP - Blunt
  • Travis Rice Pro HP - Pointy

$696.96 USD

$487.87 USD (30% off)

$734.95 CAD

$514.47 CAD (30% off)

€696.96 EUR incl. VAT

€487.87 EUR incl. VAT (30% off)

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Free shipping over €75

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Designed in Jackson Hole to do what has never been done. The HP is seeing plenty of action around the world in Travis’ new movie.

“I like the horsepower because my 164 feels and spins like a 161” – Travis Rice

Art by Mike Parillo

Conçue à Jackson Hole pour réaliser tout ce qui n’a pas encore été fait. La HP envoie un max d’action à travers le monde dans le nouveau film de Travis.

“J’aime la puissance de cette 164 qui tourne et offre les mêmes sensations qu’une 161” – Travis Rice

Artiste Mike Parillo

In Jackson Hole dafür entworfen zu tun, was nie zuvor erreicht wurde. Was genau das ist, wird in Travis neuem Film zu sehen sein.

“Ich liebe Horsepower, weil sich damit mein 164er wie ein 161er anfühlt und dreht!” – Travis Rice

Grafik von Mike Parillo

Diseñada en Jackson Hole para hacer todo lo que nunca se ha hecho. La HP está viviendo mucha actividad alrededor del mundo en la nueva película de Travis.

“Me gusta la construcción Horsepower porque así mi tabla de 164 tiene el tacto y la rotación de una de 161”- Travis Rice

Gráficos de Mike Parillo

  • Snowboarder Magazine – Best of Test
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Board Specs

Size Contact
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
153 118.5 8 29.5 25.3 29.5 20.25"-26" / 0" 6 100 +
155 119 8.1 29.8 25.5 29.8 20.25"-26" / 0" 6.5 110 +
157 121 8.2 30.1 25.8 30.1 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 120 +
157W 121 8.2 30.5 26.3 30.5 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 125 +
161.5 124.5 8.4 30.4 26 30.4 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 130 +
161.5W 124.5 8.4 31.1 26.5 31.1 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 135 +
164.5 127 8.5 31 26.2 31 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 140 +
164.5W 127 8.5 31.2 26.7 31.2 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 145 +
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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

Horsepower Construction

The experiMENTAL Division’s favorite high performance combination of lightweight strong environmentally friendly materials. All Basalt Glass (no fiberglass), Columbian Gold Core, Beans Top material. Light, smooth, strong.

Aspen / Polonia / Columbian Gold

Super ultra light, strong, long lively fibers.

Basalt Fiber Reinforcement

Strong light Volcanic organic additive free fiber reinforcements. Flex modulus is synchronized with our resin system for maximum strength and minimum weight. Damp, strong, and lively for a smooth poppy ride. Our favorite fiber.

Eco Sublimated Bio-Plastic Beans Top Material

ExperiMENTAL division leader Mike Olson loves beans! When he’s not eating them he’s buying plastics made with them. Lib Tech has made a commitment to using a new earth friendly, bio-plastic top skin made from beans that features the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any top sheet in the industry.

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 Sintered Base Material

Eco Sublimation compatible, fast, rugged, maximum wax retention.

Tri-Ax / Bi-Ax Fiberglass Combo

Perfect blend of Tri-Ax: 45° 45° 90° Fiber foundation torsion enhancing pop amplifier and Bi-Ax: 0° 90° Fiber foundation flexible pop magnifier.

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.

  • Riley

    I’ve been doing some research on the product line and I am down to the Travis Rice PRO HP 164.5W and the Skunk Ape HP 165W. I am 6’1 about 220lbs and I I’m geared more towards riding away from groomers into the backcountry. I really don’t ride switch that much. Help on my decision? I guess I need to know if it’s worth it going for a directional twin versus how much the pointy tipped TRice PRO can offer in deeper snow. All mountain is still the focus but I never really touch the park, just chase untouched lines.


  • The pointy shape of the T-Rice is mainly an aesthetic feature, so if you center mount the boards the Skunk will probably feel a bit better in deep snow–but they do have different feels! The T-Rice has a more aggressive sidecut, so it will turn a bit easier than the Skunk Ape, which will like to go straight a bit more.

    I’d recommend checking the boards out and standing on them at your local shop!

  • Riley

    Roger that, thanks!

  • Kevin

    I’ve been looking at this board and the non HP C2BTX. I found a pretty good price on the 2012 version of the HP. I was wondering if the board is still the same as this years and just a different graphic or are there any major changes in the design? Also, between the 2012 HP and this years C2 BTX non horsepower which would be the better buy? I went to the shop and the 161.5 seems to be the best fit. I do very little park and mainly ride trees and backcountry. I’m 6′ and 200 lbs. Thanks!

  • Kuba Dziewiecki

    I am looking for a good all mountain board. I am 5.8 and 155 lb. I like bombing quickly down pistes and finding nice deep untouched lines. I generally stay out of the park but I sometimes head over for a few jumps. Currently i am looking at the T. Rice Pro HP and the Burton Custom Flying V. Any suggestions as to the difference between these boards and any recommendations?

  • Wayne’s World

    Any wax recommendations for this board? Whatever would be best for the long term condition of the base. Looking into some med to high fluoro, was checking out one ball jay x-wax. Also I’m guessing it is a non-graphite base, so if i did go the x-wax route I would want to skip the rub on graphite bar correct?

  • We prefer One-Ball, but aside from that…we are not wax experts.

  • The T-Rice will definitely complement your riding style!
    If you go with a Lib rather than a Burton, you’ll get a board handmade in the USA by a snowboarder, using eco-friendly materials. You’ll also get out glorious blend of Banana (our patented version of rocker) with camber underfoot. Our Magne-Traction serrated edges will also give you unbeatable edge hold.

    The HP construction will result in a ride more light, lively, damp and sparkly than anything you’ve ever ridden.

  • Hi Kevin,
    So sorry for the delay!
    Whether or not you go with our orginal construction or HP, you’ll still be getting a phenomenal board.
    We may have made some slight changes to the blend of woods and fiberglasses we use inside the board since 2012, but all in all, they will be very similar!

    HP will offer a lighter, damper, more lively and more sparkly ride–so definitely a step up in performance.
    But the Normal T-Rice is in no way a low end board.

  • Felipe

    Hey Lib Tech! I’m looking for a good all around board and have been digging the TR Pro HP for a while now! I tend to spend equal parts of time in parks and looking for powder/backcountry, but i’m always looking for jumps, do you guys think this would be a good board for me? My actual board is a 2008 Burton Jeremy Jones, what would be the main difference i’d feel with the TR Pro HP? Thanks!

  • Piero Lovati

    Hello there.I am a tall guy. About 6.4 height and near 190 lbs weight. Should i purchase the TRAVIS RICE PRO HP 161.5 WIDE or a longer one like the 164 or the 164.5 WIDE? Which one is better for freestyle snowboarding, easy turning and stability ? Thank you

  • Uwe Weinkauf

    I am trying the board finder and it spits out TRice Pro 155 HP and two TRS HP 157 and 159. I wonder why they don’t come out with the same board length. I am 6′, weight 180 lbs, and shoe size 9. I went to one of your resellers and they said I should not go for 155 period.
    I have been reading in your posts that the T Rice is like a wide board in comparison to standard boards. However, in your specs the width on both 157 boards is 25.8 on TRice and 25.3 on TRS. That is a very small difference. Plus given my height shouldn’t I be at least on a 159 -162 board? I hope you get why this is a bit confusing to me and thus the question why your board finder suggest a 155 size. I am all for investing more on the right board.

    I also read that the T Rice feels more tankish. Why is that? Is it due to relatively long effective edge length? it has 121 which only 160+ boards typically have. So, what was the intend of this board? Small and compact yet able to plow through all kinds conditions and park?

    For me I am an advanced snowboarder for all mountain. Less park. Have done switch stance riding but feel directional riding is better on your body. My goal is to find a fast board which can handle gnarly and powder conditions and can turn quick when I need it to be. When riding fast I like a stable board which does not lose the edge and can handle icy patches too.

    Thanks so much in advance.

  • Tommy

    I have a burton blunt 150 currently and first day riding it (1 year ago) i slammed into a rock in a woods trail and split the nose. Ive been riding it since and yesterday i slammed into another rock in another woods trail and the split grew. The board is still rideable and i really love it but im sick of burtons shit everything is 1 season old and breaking including my cartel bindings… I wan this board but im only 5’5″ and 129 pounds, Should i get it anyway? i ride alot of park, alot of glades, and alot of groomers and mouguls… Some help? Thanks, i ski north east so its alot of ice and rarley pow but there is pow in the glades often…

  • We make this in a 150 and I think you will LOVE it!
    Unlike the big B (and any other brand) we don’t wrap our edges around the nose and the tail–this reduces weight and makes the board a lot more durable if/when you encounter those pesky trees. If you happen to hit anything, the plastic tip and tail may not look as pretty as they once did, but they edge won’t be compromised at all.

    This board will perform amazingly no matter where you take it!

  • The long effective edge certainly contributes to the tanky/aggressive fee of the board.
    But also the blend of bi-axial and tri-axial fiberglasses and thicker core profile underfoot it will feel very torsionally stiff.

    The TRS will feel a bit more snappy, flexy and fun.

    If you love riding 155, you could go for the 154 TRS and you would likely not even notice the 1cm difference.

    The .5cm difference in the waist width is pretty substantial–and the Rice is more of a midwide than a standard width board. Travis has big feet, so we make his pro model a bit wider to accommodate them.

  • Most definitely! This board can handle absolutely anything.

  • Go for the wide if your boots are bigger than a USA size 12–wide boards are really intended to reduce the possibility of toe drag.

  • c adkins

    yesterday i bought a t. rice pro hp in 161.5, coming from an older (2006ish) 165 lib-tech. i got to ride it today and all i can say is WOW!!! i was a little worried being a tall guy (6’5″ 195 lbs) and not getting a wide, but my size 14 Ride boots fit perfectly centered and balanced with NO toe drag! wickedly agile and fun board. i’d recommend this board to the taller from folk out there no sweat.

  • Ben Harris

    Like Piero I’m also tall. I’m 6’3″, 230lbs with size 12 boots. I’m looking to upgrade from my 164 wide intermediate board as I’ve outgrown it. Do you know if I would be ok with the standard 157 or better off with the 161.5 wide?

  • Markus Mürset

    hi together please i need your help. I ride always very fast and tricky in the powder and i’m 180cm. Whats the best option for me? The Trice 161,5 HP or the Jamie Lynn Phonex 160?? Thanks a lot for your help!
    Regards from zurich/ switzerland

  • Sid Williams

    Hi, I was riding a Custom X 158 until it snapped recently, the board finder recommended a 155 T.Rice Pro HP standard for me, I’m 178lbs and 5 10″, would the 155 be big enough, I ride at an advanced level. Thanks

  • Eric Hylton Reber

    I’m renting a Travis Rice Pro HP 161.5W this week in Jackson Hole and I’m loving it. This week we are mostly staying on the piste, but there is some new powder, but not really deep pow, and the board is working well in that. I’m thinking about buying this board, but I’m wondering about two things: (1) Does this board do as well in deep powder as on the piste? and (2) I’m 6′ tall and weigh about 188 pounds with a US size 11 boot. Would the 164.5W board be better for me? Thanks, Eric

  • Kenny

    I’ve ridden a lot of boards so far K2, Morrow, Forum, Option, Nitro (hope I’m not showing my age lol) and I’m currently on a 160 Burton Joystick. This board is a lot of fun but I feel like it’s missing something. I’m looking for a board that just goes when I point it downhill and can hold and cut turns smoothly and holds an edge. The T-Rice seems like the one but just reaching out to see what you think. I appreciate your time. 6foot/size10/220

  • Ovidiu Coşa

    Hello. I am riding a burton operator 158cm from 2009/2010, shaun white’s older snowboard, with ride revolt bindings, 3 years old and shaun white burton boots from 2009/2010. I am 1.82m tall and I weigh 62kg. I was wondering if the 157cm trice HP wouldn’t be too short for my height and also if I might need the wide version, having in mind that i have 27cm as my feet size. (9US)
    Thank you.

  • Mike Hardaker

    Review of the T.Rice pro from Jackson Hole – http://mtnweekly.com/reviews/snowboards/lib-tech-tr-pro-2013-2014-review

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  • Dylan

    Hey! iv been looking at the Travis Rice Pro HP. I really love park and love all mountain and id be doing spins, flips, grabs, and butters all the time and i was just wondering if this is the board for me? I am 5.9, 145lbs, boot size 11.5