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  • TRS - 148N, 151N
  • TRS - 154, 157, 157MW, 159, 159MW, 162, 165
  • TRS - 154, 157, 157MW, 159, 159MW, 162, 165

TRS

XC2 Rider designed, all terrain freestyle. Blair Habenicht-Eric Jackson-Sammy Luebke

  • TRS - Narrows
  • TRS - Regular
  • TRS - Stealth

Alternate Colorways

$559.95 USD

$391.97 USD (30% off)

$589.95 CAD

$412.97 CAD (30% off)

€559.95 EUR incl. VAT

€391.97 EUR incl. VAT (30% off)

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The award winning, team proven TRS XC2 BTX is a quiver killing Power Banana for aggressive all-terrain rippers who see snowboarding as a vehicle to push physical and creative boundaries and get as radical as possible. Designed and refined around the world in every snow condition possible. Bigger balls, shorter banana.

Art by Carl Smith

Awards

  • 2015 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
    2015 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
  • 2014 Snowboard Canada – Grade Eh
    2014 Snowboard Canada – Grade Eh

Board Specs

Size Contact
Length
Side
Cut
Nose
Width
Waist
Width
Tail
Width
Stance*
Min-Max / Set Back
Flex
10 = Firm
Weight
Range (lbs)
148N 113 7.9 27.9 23.7 27.9 18.5"-24" / 0" 5 90 +
151N 114 8.1 28.5 24.7 28.5 18.5"-24" / 0" 5 100 +
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 +
157MW 117 8.3 30.1 26 30.1 20.25"-26" / 0" 6 130 +
159 119 8.3 29.4 25.3 29.4 20.25"-26" / 0" 6 140 +
159MW 119 8.3 30.2 26 30.2 20.25"-26" / 0" 6 140 +
162 122 8.4 29.8 25.6 29.8 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 150 +
165 125 8.5 31 26.3 31 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 155 +
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Technology

  • 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

Columbian Gold / Power A Core

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

Basalt

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.

Co-Ex PBT Top

Tough, Eco-sublimated compatible.

Power Transfer 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!

TnT Base Material

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.

  • Elmer Budd

    im 5’8 and 160Lb what size would you recommend for me?
    Would this be a proper park board?

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    Hi Elmer,
    This board is phenomenal anywhere on the mountain–when we first added it to the line, we really marketed it as being a park board, but over the years it’s made its way all over the place—from HUGE mountains in the Alaskan backcountry to the Mt Baker Legendary Banked Slalom. It does it all.

    I’d probably recommend a 154 for riding everywhere.

  • Nick

    I’m 6’1 220 lb what would be a recommended size?

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    Hey Nick,

    Sizing really depends on boot size, if you’re bigger than 11.5, you might want to consider a wide board instead.
    If you’re under size 11, you could go for a standard width, but for size 11+, I’d recommend a midwide in the TRS.

    I don’t think I’d recommend going smaller than the 159 unless you’re riding a lot of park.
    The 162 won’t be very suitable if you have big feet, since it’s not a midwide.
    And the 165 is definitely bigger, but I don’t think you’d have any issues riding/controlling it.

  • Johan Stoltenkamp

    hoi i am 203cm 115kg shoe size 45.5
    what trs will i need

  • Sergio

    Hi, I’m 191 lb, boot size 9
    what size do you recommend?

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    Hi Sergio, I think the 157 will be the most suitable size for you.

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    I Johan, I’d recommend the 165–the waist on the 162 probably be a little narrow for you, so the next size down would be the 159MW, but that might feel a little small.

  • Clancy Ivanac

    Hi, Im 90kg and 188cm and boot size 10.
    what size board would you recommend?

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    159 for a more nimble, easy to maneuver ride.
    162 for an extra stable and floaty ride.

  • andrew

    Hey Im 205 pounds and 6’1. Burton shrinking boots size 9.5. I have a 157 Trice but the contact points are more like a 161. Its a bit sluggish in the trees, wanted something a little easier to throw around. What size TRS would be most suitable for me? Thanks

  • matias

    Hi. I´m 184 pounds (85 kg) and 6´3 (192 cm). boot size 12. What size board will you recomend? thanks

  • Jeff Pai

    Hi, I’m 70kg, 166cm, boot size US8, with flow fuse-at binding (Medium), will 148N suit me and my bindings? or what do you recommend? thanks

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    159MW will be perfect for an awesome all-around board!
    But if you plan on mainly riding this board in powder, you could size up the 165…the 162 will probably be too narrow for size 12 boots.

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    Hey Andrew,
    I wouldn’t recommend going any smaller than 157 and I think that you may want to consider the 159!
    Because of the shorter contact length, XC2 base contour and basalt, this will feel more nimble and snappy than the T-Rice, so I don’t think you’ll find it to be sluggish.

  • andrew

    no i have size 9 burton shrinking so they are a size 9 much smaller footprint, i use medium cartels as well. I need a mid wide? I was under the assumption if you have a smaller footprint you do not need it? thanks

  • andrew

    Okay so you think i should go with the 159? it scares me going with a bigger size but i know you guys know what your talking about. Thanks for your quick reply .
    Andrew

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    The 148N is reaaaally narrow, so you could potentially get some toe drag.
    If you feel comfortable with a 151, that might accommodate your size 8 boots better–the waist width is 1cm bigger.

  • Marco Mearini

    Hi, Im 73kg and 182cm and boot size 12.
    what size board would you recommend?

  • Alex

    Hey.
    I’m 185 lbs. 6’1″ and shoe size 10. What size board would you recommend?
    Thanks for the help!

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    157MW or 159MW
    The 157 will be a bit easier to turn and maneuver, but the 159 will offer a bit more stability and flotation in deep snow.

  • http://www.lib-tech.com Lib Tech

    Hi Alex,
    If you want something freestyle-friendly and easy to maneuver, you could go for the 157.
    if you want something to dominate deep snow and aggressive terrain, you could go for the 162.
    Or, you could go for the 159 and it would be really awesome anywhere–terrain park or deep/steep powdery terrain.

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