TRS Firepower C2x Snowboard 2017-2018 | Lib Tech

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  • TRS Firepower Snowboard - 157, 159, 162

TRS Firepower





$749.95 USD

$899.95 CAD

749.99 EUR incl. VAT

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Firepower construction takes the award winning and competition proven TRS designs to the next level of performance. Ultra-light Spin Slim tips and tails, and a balsa core reduce overall weight with incredible smooth riding basalt glass performance. Originally designed as park and slopestyle stick, the TRS has become a go too freeride stick for riders pushing their freestyle into the backcountry.


Art by Anthony Hurd

La construction Firepower augmente considérablement les performances de la TRS, board multi-récompensée et gagnante de nombreux contests. Un nose et un tail fins et ultra légers et un noyau en balsa réduisent le poids global tout en offrant un ride souple incroyable. Au départ conçue comme une board de park et de freestyle slopestyle, la TRS est devenue la référence pour les riders repoussant les limites du freestyle en backcountry.


Art by Anthony Hurd

Die Firepower-Konstruktion bringt das preisgekrönte und in Contests erprobte TRS-Design aufs nächste Performance-Level. Die ultraleichten Spin Slim Tips und der Kern aus Balsaholz reduzieren das Gewicht und machen das Fahrgefühl noch smoother. Ursprünglich als Park- und Slopestyle-Board entworfen, hat sich das TRS mittlerweile auch zum beliebten Freeride-Stick für alle gemausert, die ihre Freestyle-Tricks abseits der Pisten auspacken.


Art by Anthony Hurd

La construcción Firepower lleva el diseño y la experiencia en competición de la TRS a un nivel superior de rendimiento. Su nose y tail Spin-Slim ultraligero y su núcleo de árbol de balsa reducen el peso global de la tabla, mientras que su laminado de fibra de basalto proporciona una bajada increíblemente suave. Originalmente diseñada para park y slopestyle, la TRS se ha convertido en la tabla de freeride para los que quieren llevar sus trucos freestyle en el backcountry.


Art by Anthony Hurd

TRS Firepower Info Graphic

Board Specs

Size Contact
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
157 117 8.3 29.3 25.3 29.3 20.25"-25" / 0" 7 130 +
159 119 8.32 29.4 25.3 29.4 20.25"-25" / 0" 7 140 +
162 122 8.45 29.8 25.6 29.8 20.25"-25" / 0" 7 150 +
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TRS Firepower Construction
  • Thomas

    Hi, are you going to make a FP version of the TRS for 2016? Also, which size would you recommend? I’m 5’10 and 165lb and like hitting small jumps and doing tricks on the slopes and in threes but I also like hitting the backcountry (JH/Telluride). Can’t decide between 154 and 157… Leaning towards the 154 but want to make sure it will hold up in pow if it gets the chance… Thanks!

  • Thomas

    Also, holding $$$s aside, what’s the main difference between the regular/HP/FP. I know it get incrementally lighter as you move to HP and then to FP but by how much? Also, I’ve read a couple of reviews saying the regular has a more stiff flex compared to the HP and the FP is somewhere in between. However, on you site they are all rated 5 (for the 154). Any color you could provide would be much appreciated. Thanks!

  • Hi Thomas,
    Generally, Horsepower is about half a pound lighter than traditional construction. And Firepower is a bit lighter than Horsepower…but we don’t have an exact measurement on that.
    The basalt fibers in the HP give the board a consistent flex pattern from nose to tail, so you will feel a bit more liveliness in the board–but the flex rating is still a solid 5! Horsepower also absorbs vibration better, for a damper, more solid feel.
    Firepower construction, because of the thinned and extended core, will flex differently from HP and standard construction! We reinforced the thinner core with carbon and added end grain balsa cross sections in the center. The extended core also gives the board a lower spin weight.

    All of three versions of this boardare aggressively fun all mountain slayers, but the different materials and technologies will perform differently

  • You’ll be able to ride either board without any complications!
    The 154 will feel more playful for freestyle riding, but the 157 will give you more float in the backcountry and powder.
    We do have a TRS FP in the 2015/16 line.

  • Thomas

    Awesome, thanks for the help!

  • Andrey

    Please put its sintered base.Costs 840$

  • Andrey

    if it was a sintered base, I’ll buy one today

  • Marek

    TNT is the combination of sintered and extruded. You dont have to wax every day, but if You do you are as fast as on sintered.

  • Marek, that is a beautiful description of TNT.
    Andrey, the TNT really is a hybrid of sintered and extruded–it’s the best of both worlds.

  • T.J.

    Andrey is on point. 4 versions of the TRS and none with a sintered base..! I’m on my second TRS and love the new XC2 contour. LIB’s gotta make an XC2 sintered twin, it’s just too good of a shape not to offer it. TNT is super low maintenance and pretty fast even without waxing.. but the base is nowhere near as fast or durable as a good sintered base. I’ve had to ptex mine and have one pro repair done, in one season. I ridden my Jones board over rock piles and thought it was destroyed, only to see a few marks on the base. Only option is to go with the stiffer C2 TRice or a heavier GNU Kass…

    The TRS HP is at a price point that demands it be sintered. People that buy higher end boards generally maintain their base…Give the people what they want!

  • Sam

    I’m really interested in buying this board but can’t decide whether to choose this or TRS HP. Being a fairly new board I can’t find too many reviews on it. But, the one site that has a review says….and i quote “a lighter snappier feel underfoot than the TRS but it doesn’t feel as playful and buttery as the TRS HP”
    That being said, I’m really curious if the FIREPOWER is a flexable as the HORSEPOWER. They both have the same flex rating for the 154cm.
    If anyone can help me out here with this decion making process I would greatly appreciate it. Thx

  • Firepower, because of the extended core and end grain balsa/carbon reinforcements will probably feel more stiff, particularly torsionally and at the nose and tail which will feel more sturdy on tricky terrain–though we rate them as very similar flexes. They will just flex and react differently due to the different materials.

    You’ll be stoked on either model–if you’re riding a lot of technical terrain, I might steer you towards the FP. But for a bit more mellow feel the HP might be more your style.

  • Sam

    Hey Thank You for replying! I’ll be ordering the TRS HP soon!

  • Trevor Schulze

    I really want this board, but I think I should wait till the 16-17 model comes out. Can you tell me will that be released?!
    Also, does Lib do demos in Colorado? I would really like to ride the TRS, HP, and Firepower to see the differences in performance.

    I noticed you will be bringing back the OG Skate Banana next year! I have the very first Skate Banana now, and it’s the best board I’ve ever ridden!
    Will the new Banana be offered with the firepower construction?!
    Will you offer the XC2 BTX firepower construction in the DIY board builder?
    Sorry about all the questions. I guess bottom line, I want the absolute best all terrain freestyle board you can buy. What board is that?

  • Travis

    I bought this board early this season and was super stoked to bring it out. On the first day riding it I made 3 runs just cruising on cat walks and absolutely loved it. We had gotten about 2 feet of fresh snow the night before so I decided to do some hike-to terrain that was still in bounds. Half way down the run I hit a rock that completely gouged out the base and cracked the core. I took it to 3 different shops all saying nothing could be done for it. The board broke on its first day. However, from what I was able to experience the board was amazing, so I had to go out and buy another one. Not wanting a relapse of what happened to the first board I tried to take it easy. But on the third day of riding I had already popped out about 3 inches of the edge. Luckily the guy at the shop was able to superglue the pieces back together and I could continue to ride. Love the board just wish it was a little tougher.

  • Mike

    Does the latest version of the TRS – Firepower have a sintered base or TNT? The website shows TNT base but your video on the page shows that it is Sintered. Thanks.

  • Bubestube

    I would love to get the Firepower TRS. But I am size 11 boot-wise so I am not sure if the FP-TRS with its standard width would still be OK for me.
    I remember I had a Rome Anthem once which had a waist width of 250 and I can’t remember having any problems with it. What is the expert opinion? Can I still go for the FP or would you rather recommend to go for the HP MW (260)?


  • Kevin Olsson

    Hey lib tech, i have been currently riding the attack banana for the last couple of years and have been enjoying it, but now i want to try something new that can help me improve my snowboarding, the thing is that i really enjoy park riding, railing, jibbing and buttering, but.. i also really enjoy aggressive riding, high speeds, groomers, trees, and aggressive carving. And Sometimes i feel that the attack banana doesn’t provide with the carve that i really need, so do you think that this board would be good for me/suit all my needs? I know that this board is good for all mountain aggressive riding, but is it manageable when it comes to jibbing and railing as well? How stiff is this compared to the attack banana? I find this board really interesting and think that it can help me provide my snowboarding, which is why i need some guidance, thanks in advance and cheers!

  • Kevin Olsson

    Hey, an answer much be much appreciated thanks

  • Dom Cab

    This board will be much more aggressive than the attack banana. In the attack banana the EC2 profile is pretty much 3/4 rocker and 1/4 mellow camber. I’ve ridden EC2 quite a bit, it’s very fun, but XC2 is definitely better if you want an all around board for everything. XC2= 3/4 camber and 1/4 rocker and the camber is actually lengthened even more so I would say even more camber and stiffer. Super fun, the FP version has alot of energy almost too much sometimes for the type of rider I am. The thing about camber or prominently camber boards is you can ride them in the park easily and then there even better to ride while hauling ass, more control. Only bummer is no full sintered base…

  • Kevin Olsson

    Hey dom, thanks for the cool repy! What type of rider are you? And what you say actually makes sense, i have ridden pure camber boards before and they are actually easy to ride in the park and at the same time they provide a super cool edge hold while carving, the only downside with a real camber is that it’s not that easy to butter etc around as with a rocker, which was why i transformed to a attack banana, but considering that i now think that the attack banana lack some edge hold and aggressiveness i might try this board after all then, it might be just the thing that i’m looking for 🙂 But one question, how does this board perform when it comes to buttering? Is it too stiff to do some smooth butter or is it still manageable? Thanks again and cheers mate!

  • Dom Cab

    I just like to cruise and haul ass hit the groomers, double blacks, and go off trail through the trees look for some good powder. I had a 2015 trs fp before it broke on me, it was cool, fun board itll butter but because of the fp construction it definitely wants to snap back have to put some effort into it. Only thing about the trs is no sintered base which I did notice when I had mine still a great board that’s the only minus. If you want a sintered base I would recommend the t.rice pro which is C2 profile but its stiffer so kinda makes up for it or the Gnu x Evo hyper kyarve thats XC2 with sintered base cool shape and design and under $500 just picked one up for this season

  • Pablo

    Hi. Maybe you could help me out. I wanted to buy a board that’s very polyvalent, because I like to ride the park, but I also love carving on slopes, and riding pow. Do you think this board is the right one?
    Thank you

  • Pablo

    Hi LibTech. Maybe you could help me out. I wanted to buy a board that’s very polyvalent. because I love carving on slopes but i also love the park, or riding pow. do you think the TRS is the right board for me?
    Tank you.