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  • TRS HP Snowboard - 154, 157, 159


Rider Designed All Terrain Freestyle In Ultralight Horsepower Construction

Tout terrain freestyle conçue par les riders dans une construction puissante ultra-légère

Von Snowboardern entworfenes All-Terrain Freestyle Board als ultraleichte Horsepower Konstruktion

Tabla freestyle todoterreno diseñada por snowboarders en una construcción Horsepower ultraligera

$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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Battle tested award winning geometries in ultralight smooth riding Horsepower construction. HP makes your board feel loose and free without sacrificing power and performance.


Art by Carl Smith

Des géométries testées et recompensées dans une construction puissante pour un ride ultra-léger et souple. La construction HP donne à ta board une sensation de liberté sans sacrifier la puissance et la performance.


Artiste Carl Smith

Die kampferprobte, preisgekrönte Geometrie des TRS als ultraleichte, super smoothe Horsepower Konstruktion. Durch die spezielle HP Bauweise fühlt sich dein Board noch leichter und freier an, ohne dass Kraft oder Performance darunter leiden.


Grafik von Carl Smith

Diseño probado y contrastado en una tabla ultraligera de snowboard fluido con construcción Horsepower. El HP hace que tu tabla sea fácil de manejar y cómoda, sin sacrificar en potencia ni en rendimiento.


Gráficos de Carl Smith

Board Specs

Size Contact
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
154 115 8.2 29.2 25.3 29.2 20.25"-26" / 0" 5 120 +
157 117 8.3 29.3 25.3 29.3 20.25"-26" / 0" 6 130 +
159 119 8.3 29.4 25.3 29.4 20.25"-26" / 0" 6 140 +
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  • XC2 BTX: Power Banana / Camber Blend

    A new formula of C2 with a shorter but, aggressive banana rocker combined with cambers that sit more underfoot. Extra 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 carving, edge hold on ice and float in pow.

  • 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 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.

  • roman

    could you please help to understand the benefits of HP version of TRS board.
    – the main benefit is that TRS HP is lighter compared to TRS?
    – can you give some numbers in gramms, how much lighter TRS HP is compared to TRS (in 157cm size).
    – TRS HP has different core materials compared to TRS. which one has more pop and power?
    – is there some difference in riding behavior between TRS and TRS HP?

    thanks in advance!!

  • Hi Roman,
    Horsepower construction (HP) means the board contains only basalt fibers and no fiberglass.
    It tends to be about half a pound lighter than our traditional boards.
    The basalt also has a more consistent flex pattern throughout the entire board and will absorb vibrations better.
    ….it’s also really sparkly because of the bio beans topsheet!

    You might find the HP has a bit more pop because it flexes differently, but they’ll have the same amount of power.

  • Alex

    My wieght is 194lb. 159 is good for me?

  • Yeah, the 159 should be great!

  • needforit

    My wieght is 170cm.My weight is 47kilograms.Which size should I choose?By the way,could you please tell me how many days will this snowboard will be saled(30%off)

  • 154.
    You should also check out the 151N in the non-horsepower TRS…you might be happy with the smaller size.

    I’m not sure the exact date we will be taking these boards off our website, but probably between August 1st-15th.

  • needforit

    That’s enough,thanks a lot.

  • Sal

    Hey Team LIB Tech,

    I am 6’1″ 220Lbs with a boot size of 11.5. I have been riding a GNU 161W carbon Credit board for the past 5 Years. It is time for a new board and it looks like the TRS if calling me. I am an all mountain rider with the preference of Trees and Pow. I and getting more into Back country Chutes and steeps and things. I am thinking of going to a 159mw for better control and spacing in trees. How will this board help take me to the next level and is the idea of moving to a 159mw a good idea?

  • Hi Sal,
    I think you’ll love the TRS–the TRS Horsepower doesn’t come in a midwide, so you’ll want to go for the standard construction for size 11.5 boots.
    The shorter length will be easier to maneuver through trees, chutes and crowded groomers (which are unfortunately an inevitable part of snowboarding) It has camber underfoot, which your Carbon Credit does not, this will give the board a more solid feel and it will lock into edges better and feel more stable at high speeds. It also has basalt fibers in it which will do a better job of absorbing vibration as well as add a really lively feeling and a LOT of pop. This board rules. It will be a huge step up in performance from the carbon credit and tons of fun to ride. TRS stands for Total Ripper Series, and let me tell you…it is appropriately named!

  • Sal

    Thank you for the info. It is everything that my research came up with also. sometimes you just need conformation you are on the right track.

  • Kevin

    hi, I m 170cm in height, 74kg (stocky built), intermediate level. I am gonna get the TRS HP. What size would you recommend? 154 or 157?

  • Hi Kevin,
    the 154 is going to feel more versatile for riding anywhere on the mountain, so that’s probably what I would recommend.
    But if you’ve been riding bigger boards in the past, or if you plan on not doing any sort of freestyle/park riding, you could go for the 157..I don’t think you’ll have any issues on a bigger board. But the 154 will offer a lot more maneuverability and be a more playful ride.

  • needforit

    I want to know how much will I pay for the postage? From Canada to China. I have a friend and she lives in Canada.

  • We don’t ship to China, but we are currently offering free shipping on Canadian orders over $75 (excluding surfboards).
    If you’re ordering the board and having it shipped to your friend, she’ll have to figure out the shipping rates to China independently, since she will be the one shipping it. Unfortunately I don’t have any more information or an estimate for you.

  • needforit

    Thanks a lot some people tell me,I maybe cost 70CAD,if she figure out the shipping rates to China. she’ll have to figure out the shipping rates to China she’ll have to figure out the shipping rates to China

  • SvenD

    My wieght is 170cm.My weight is 55kilograms.Which size should I
    choose? I had checked out the 151N wihout HP, but its not aviable in my country (germany). Online the 154 LIBTECH
    TRS HP

  • SvenD

    & my sizeboot is 9!^^

  • 154 Sounds like it will be great! It’s going to be slightly on the larger side, but definitely not too big for you to ride.
    And the HP construction is lighter, damper and has a more consistent flex from nose to tail, so you can ride a bigger board without much effort or strain.

  • Bruno Nunes

    Hi, I’m 187cm with 82kg and with a bootsize of 10,5. For that, would de 157 be suitable or I would need to go to the 159?

    Thanks a lot

  • The 157 will be just fine for size 10.5 boots!

  • Alex Ryan

    Hey guys,

    I’m 5’11” about 165lbs with a bootsize of 10 – 10.5 and trying to figure out what size board I should ride. Thoughts?

  • Hi Alex,
    For a versatile board to ride ANYWHERE I would say 155-158.
    You could go smaller (153-154) for a jibby/freestyle board.
    Or bigger (159-162) for a board that will excel in powder

  • COLIN S.

    I’m 6’1 and about 170 with a boot size of 10-10.5 and trying to figure out what board size would work best for me. Appreciate any feedback!

  • Hey Colin,
    You can pretty much ride anything in the 154-161 range.
    Don’t go too small unless you’re looking for a park board and don’t go too big unless you’ll be primarily riding off the groomers.
    A 157-159 is going to be really versatile for effortless riding all over the mountain.

    If you’d classify yourself as being a pretty aggressive rider who wants a powerful yet fun board, the TRS is killer option. If you want something more playful and forgiving you should check out the Attack Banana or Box Scratcher…but if you want something insanely aggressive look at the Darker Series.

  • Colin S

    Thanks for the reply, I went with the TRS HD 159. I figured that was the best option for all mountain riding, like you said. I picked the 159 over the other because I plan on doing some back country riding! (as well as messing around in some terrain parks/half pipes)

  • Bryce Student

    What are the main differences between this model and the Firepower FM? Forgive me for skimping on my research but from what I can tell it must be the internal construction. I expected their bases to be different, i.e. sintered and not, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Just trying to figure out what I get for the extra $140 🙂 I’ve ridden the 2014 TRS HP and found it drastically better that the standard TRS and am curious if the same difference may be felt between these two levels, I’d hate to cheap out and miss out on an incredible board.

  • Hi Bryce!
    With the TRS FP we thinned out the core and extended it further into the nose and tail, so it weighs less and has a reduced spinweight. We also added carbon reinforcements and end grain balsa timbers to add strength and stiffness from the thinner core.

    It’s definitely a step up in performance and has higher end materials than the Horsepower version, but all of the TRS’s are phenomenal boards.

  • Bryce Student

    So lighter, stronger, and less rotational inertia… it sounds ideal. Are the edges stainless steel throughout the TRS line? I have not been fortunate enough to own a board with the magne-traction and am curious how delicate that feature is when it comes to sharpening. I find I hardly, if ever, need to sharpen my current stainless edges. Also, since weight its clearly an important point are the boards full or partially wrapped?

  • Every single Mervin Made board has partial wrapped edges.
    Partly because it is lighter, but also for durability reasons–because the nose and tail of a snowboard are often impact-prone, removing the metal edges from those areas and replacing it with a sturdy plastic can prevent devastation!

    Magne-Traction is super easy to tune, we recommend using a smaller file to fit between the grooves if you’re hand tuning the board. But you can run it through any tuning machine without issue. One benefit of Magne-Traction is that you get unbeatable edgehold and control even with the dullest of edges, so you really might not need to tune it much,

  • Brian

    Which are the DIY boards (TRS in particular), regular, HP, Firepower? The XC2 BTX & C2 BTX seem quite similar. Where do they differ in what they were designed to do?

    Thanks in advance.

  • DIY boards are built with standard construction.
    C2 and XC2 are somewhat similar, because they both feature Banana between the feet with camber underfoot. But XC2 features an extended camber for even more pressure underfoot and a more snappy ride. C2 just has a standard amount of camber.
    BTX is our easiest to ride and most forgiving base contour, it has Banana between the feet (like of all of our boards), but it just flattens out for a catch free, playful ride. Perfect for learning to ride, but also very jib-friendly and lending a lot of float to powder riding.

    Here’s a link that better explains our technologies:

    I’d also HIGHLY suggest scoping the boards out at your local shop, it will help you get a better idea of how they will ride.

  • Francky

    Hi Lib tech, I’m 6’1 for 200 lbs and i ride a T.Rice 161.5 (2012) than I’m really happy with, riding powder, jumps, or simply bombing the hill or even do some butterish tricks since the board is a rock between the feet but the nose and tail are pretty soft.
    So whatever, I’m thinking about upgrading to a TRS which is nearly the same board, especially because of the XC2 camber who seems made for me, I love the C2 but sometimes I would like a bit more support, like on jump landings to avoid pivot after spins. (without going for a C3, i tried a jamie Lynn 157mw once, amazingly grippy, for agressive edge catch but I was nosediving into 6′ of fresh snow that was weird)

    About the size I got the 162 in mind, I don’t want to lose any powder float, and still the TRS 162 will feel a bit shorter because of the 2,5 cm of effective edge less right ?
    The thing is I want to get an horspower (or even firepower) version because I had read a lot about Lib Tech boards, and HP seems to bring a more lively board and also lighter, which is exactly what I am looking for, I also read than the HP was softer than the regular and “less all moutain” what’s your point of view about this, does it evolves with different years models ?
    What about the firepower ? like the HP even more light and lively ?

    When i see the quality of my 2012 travis, which has ridden alot and is still ready for alot of days, so I’m not afraid to spend alot into a Libtech board, I just want to choose the right one, the thing is the HP and FP stops at 159… and I’m pretty afraid of losing pow float, and also the waist width is 25.3 which seems small compared to 26 on my travis, I had tried different waist width and figured the ideal would be between 25.5 and 26, i kinda like how thinner board handles (oh, I wear 10.5 boot).

    So this story end up with two question ?
    1. Which TRS is made for me ?
    2. Does the HP and FP version will grow up to 162 for the 2017 models ?

  • HP is just as good (if not better!) for all mountain than standard construction–generally, this is what all of our team riders request!
    So if you’re looking for the ultimate high performance board, HP is it! Or Firepower, which will even lighter and damper and more lively!

    You can definitely expect more HP offerings in the future and maybe even some other lightweight constructions…time will tell!

  • Ryan Stitts

    I want to be able to butter, go fast, hit booters and ride though the trees. Im looking at getting this board or the attack banana but I cant decided.

  • Francky

    Wow ! I’m glad and surprised you answered so fast when I see the general delay of answering here aha !

    So okay, HP and FP are better as I was wondering but what do you think about my sizing problem 162 vs 159 ?
    I want the best performance for my boat, but if my perfect boat is too short for pow, i’ll be angry.

  • gokubi

    i’ve ridden both and the attack is a much less aggressive board, feels a tad looser. I currently ride a trs hp and it lives up to the hype. Get one and get some

  • ChrisZ

    Please Lib-tech, would you mind to come up with a sick graphic, on the TRS XC2 and on the Travice Rice’s series, this coming up season?
    I love those boards, specially the HP option, but the only thing that backing me up from buying them on the last 3 years, is the graphics.
    I know the design isn’t affecting the overall performances of the snowboard, but, seriously,
    Lately the graphics on those models was something outrageously bad.
    What about letting Jamie Lynn, taking care of that matter?
    Thank you

  • Garrett

    Why do I want the HP vs. the regular TRS?

  • It’s hard to tell whether YOU personally want it–but it is a higher performing, lighter weight board built with our premium Horsepower Construction!
    We added some Polonia wood to the core, took out the fiberglass and added basalt AND used our sparkly Bio Beans topsheet materials. It will result in a lighter weight board that feels more lively and has a more consistent flex.

    …and it’s sparkly.

  • Garrett

    Great that helps a lot. Thanks for answering so quickly too, I appreciate it.