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


Rider Designed All Terrain Freestyle - Sammy Luebke - Blair Habenicht - Eric Jackson

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

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The TRS all terrain freestyle rips everything. Sammy wins World Freeride Tour events on it, Eric is filming with Travis Rice on it, and you can check Blair’s Absinthe part. Initially designed with park freestyle in mind this board truly is awesome everywhere you want to take it.


Art by Carl Smith

  • 2016 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
    2016 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
  • 2015 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
    2015 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood
  • 2014 Snowboard Canada – Grade Eh
    2014 Snowboard Canada – Grade Eh

Board Specs

Size Contact
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
148N 110 7.9 27.9 23.7 27.9 20.25"-26" / 1" 5 90 +
151N 112 8.1 28.5 24.7 28.5 20.25"-26" / 1" 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 +
165MW 125 8.5 31 26.3 31 20.25"-26" / 0" 7 155 +
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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

Aspen / Columbian Gold Core

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

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!

Eco Sub TnT Base

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

UHMW Sintered Sidewalls

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

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  • Elmer Budd

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

  • 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?

  • 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?

  • Lib Tech

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

  • 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?

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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 .

  • 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

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Adrian Brown

    I’m looking for a board that I can use all around the mountain this winter. I’m 6’2, weigh 16 stone and wear size UK 9.5 (US 10.5) boots and I was thinking about the 162 cm. Do you think that’s a good idea?

  • Lib Tech

    Adrian, yes!
    The 162 sounds like the best size for an all-mountain board for you.

  • Adrian Brown

    Great, now I just need to find it in Britain!

  • Brandon Rogers

    Im 6’2″ weighing 145. ride a 157 Burton blunt. Looking to upgrade to this board was wanting something i can use everywhere both in deep powder but also jibbing and slashing groomers and the park. what do you think about sizing? i was going to go 157 again but after reading this feed I’m unsure and if i go up in length why? thanks!

  • miggi

    hello. im about 185 cm, and 184 lbs. boot size 11.5. ive been riding banana magic 161. im now looking to buy this board. would it be an easy switch from banana magic? and what size should i go about? how about the 165? thanks

  • Lib Tech

    Hey Brandon, you should be fine with the 157–I think that’s the best size for you.
    I definitely don’t think you’ll want to size down; the 154 will feel pretty small.
    But the 159 is going to take more effort to maneuver and you might find it to be a little sluggish.

  • Lib Tech

    Hey Miggi,
    This board will probably feel a little more snappy and aggressive than your Banana Magic, but I don’t think it will be a hard transition for you.

  • miggi

    can you elaborate more please? i got the 165cm. is that ok or i should go shorter? why would it be snappy and aggressive? i dont want more falls.. rather more stable and control

  • Lib Tech

    Controlling this board will just be different than your Banana Magic, it won’t make you fall more and I don’t think you’ll have any trouble with it!

    Because of the increased camber, it has more pressure at the nose and tail, so when you pop/jump/ollie it will feel kind of like a rubber band or slingshot, and you’ll get more power out of it with less effort. I think you’ll find the TRS to be more stable at high speeds, particularly when turning. You’ll be able to quickly engage turns without sacrificing any stability because it locks into turns more aggressively than the Banana Magic,which doesn’t have camber underfoot.

    The 165 is a 3cm jump up from your Banana Magic, so it will take more effort to control the board, but if your 161 didn’t feel like enough board (if it was lacking stability, power, or felt shaky at speeds) then sizing up will remedy all of those things. But if your 161 felt perfect, you may not want to size up 3cm.

  • roman

    hi! I’m 175cm / 75kg. Shoe size is US7. I like allmountain freestyle, kickers, tricks and so on. But also want this board to be really good in powder. Please recommend a suitable board size. thanks!

  • Leonardo Graziani

    Hello I have given this table measure 154. I weigh 80kg and I am 185 cm tall . I think it’s small ?

  • Ryan Mincey

    Hi, I can’t decide between the TRS 157mw and the Skate Banana 165w. I ride mostly park but still like do race down the mountain and ride pow! Idk what would work out better for me! From what I under stand the Banana is more flexy less stable, and trs and more stiff and more stable! But I feel like I would need a more stable board for cruising?

  • merlyn

    hey team Lib Tech…
    am gonna be picking up a TRS today… just deliberating on the size…
    weigh 160 pounds, 5’7 tall and boot size is 9.
    need this as an all mountain board with the odd pow trip whenever i can…
    what size do you guys recommend?

  • Lib Tech

    The 154 will be awesome everywhere! and very maneuverable.
    But if you’ve been riding bigger boards and that’s what you’re used to, you could absolutely ride the 157 without any issues and it will have a more sturdy and powerful feel.

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Ryan,
    The TRS will be incredible to ride absolutely anywhere and it will offer more power and precision, BUT if you’re looking for something playful and forgiving this is not the board for you. It’s a little stiffer and a lot more snappy feeling than the Skate Banana, which is pretty loose feeling and easy to ride.

    It sounds like speed is a priority, so you might be more happy with the TRS, but you could also check out the Attack Banana, which is kind of an in between board. It has some mild camber underfoot which will add stability and power, but still has a good amount of Banana which will add playfulness/

  • Lib Tech

    It’s a little on the smaller side, but it will be great for freestyle riding.
    But if you’re looking for something more suitable for all mountain, you may want to consider the 157 or 159.

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Roman, I think you’ll LOVE the 154 for all mountain and park riding.

  • Leonardo Graziani

    thanks! I ordered the 157 wide

  • merlyn

    I’ve been riding a 156 custom for the last 6 years…
    am torn between the 154 and 157… will the 157 be better in powder?
    if so… 157 it is :)

  • Lib Tech

    Yes, you’ll get better flotation in deep snow with the longer board. ENJOY! :)

  • merlyn

    sorry…last question… just so i understand things…
    what would be the benefit of the 154?
    easier to turn and play with?
    in terms if my level… i would say I’m a intermediate-advanced rider… and 70% of the time i ride groomed/icy conditions with the odd small powder dump down in Australia. looking to hit up Japan and US for some powder trips regularly though… so want to be able to take it there…
    final advice and ill make the call :)

  • Lib Tech

    The 154 will be easier to maneuver, play with, spin, huck, etc.
    If you’re an intermediate rider and you know what you like, stick with the 157, it will be easier to float with and offer better edge hold.
    BUT if your bigger board feels cumbersome and heavy, the 154 might be insanely fun for you.

    You know your own preferences better than I do, so it’s a tough call to say which size is more suitable for you.

  • merlyn

    ok… as i don’t really do any park or much spinning… prefer more to carve up the mountain and through the trees… sounds like the 157 is better for me :)
    will help on powder days… :)
    i don’t get the chance to demo other boards so its hard to say… only ever ride my 156… but i don’t feel restricted on it…

  • Stephanie

    Hi there! Is this a women’s board? I am a powder powder princess here in CO and am looking for a good all mountain board. I have read a bunch of reviews, and this board came up as a top women’s board. But I see a bunch of dudes commenting so I’m confused. Right now I ride a 159 Nidecker princess board, which I love in the deep pow, but I’m looking for something a bit easier to turn when I don’t get my pow pow. But, I don’t want to loose the float of the long board when we get a good dump. Advice please? Oh yeah, I’m 5’8 and weigh about 170lbs, so I can move a bigger board. Thanks!

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Stephanie.
    All Lib boards are unisex–if you prefer something in the 157-159 range, this is a stellar option!
    If you’re wanting something easier to ride than your 159, downsizing to the 157 will probably be prime; easier to maneuver, yet still floaty.

    The basalt fibers we use in this model are really light and lively and also do a great job of absorbing vibrations. The XC2 base contour is so poppy it will blow your mind. The short section of Banana between the bindings will help you float in deep snow and the lengthened camber underfoot will add a lot of power and precision. A lot of our team riders are on this boardand they are men–but it’s definitely a favorite of ladies in our office and our female sales reps. It can handle absolutely everything.

  • Stephanie

    Fabulous. One more question…what is the difference between the 157, and the 157MW? Thanks.

  • Lib Tech

    The waist width of the 157 is 25.3cm and the midwide has a waist width of 26cm

    Generally we recommend the midwide for people with a men’s size 11 boot or bigger, so unless you prefer a wide board, I’d probably steer you towards the standard width 157.

  • Luke

    Gday, I put my self at an intermediate level and i’m wanting a board that i am not going to out perform in the next few years, been looking at a few boards but this is what i’m leaning towards.. i’m about 5’10 and 75 kg what size do you recommend in this board or would you maybe suggest somthing else from your line for an intermediate rider. Thanks in advanced

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Luke,
    The TRS is going to be a great board for taking your skills to the next level, I’d absolutely recommend it!
    Given your height and weight, I think the 157 will be the best size for riding all over the mountain…but if your feet are bigger than US size 10.5, you’ll want to go for the mid-wide.

  • Sal

    Hello Lib Tech team. I was trying to find the weight of this board. I know you claim it is light weight (and I totally believe it) but I would like to know how much does it actually weight. It is not in the specs and I am not sure where else to find it.

    Thank you.

  • Jason

    Hi, I am 5’6″ 148lbs. Im trying to decide if I want 154 or 157. I used to have an old 156 that had regular camber. Im now on a 151 camber/rocker combo board. The 156 was super clunky and the 151 is unstable at speeds on hardpack and groomers. I like to ride all mtn and hit natural features. What do you say? also, is 25.3cm too wide for my size 7 boots? Thanks!

  • Lib Tech

    If your 156 felt big I would not recommend riding the 157.
    The 154 sounds like it will be perfect, especially because your 151 felt small.
    The 25.3cm waist width won’t be too big to accommodate size 7 boots–I think you’ll have a blast on this board!

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Sal,
    I don’t have a precise weight for you, but HP construction boards are generally about half a pound lighter than standard construction.

  • Jason

    Yup! Ordered the 154 on Friday and it should be delivered today! Stoked. Too bad it’s summer.
    Thanks for your help!!

  • Lib Tech

    Nice! You’re going to love it

  • Bakhtiyar Nukerbayev

    What kind of bindings would you recommend with TRS 154 Stealth? Thanks!

  • hydros

    Hey lib tech Team. I’m from europe so i will give u my europe sizes. I’m 180 cm and 84 kg. My boot is 44 or 44.5 depends on shoes. What size will be the best for me?

  • Lib Tech

    I’d suggest anything that is easy to get on and off and comfortably fits your boots!
    If you’re an aggressive rider, go for something stiff.
    If you’re more of a playful rider, get something with a softer flex.

  • Lib Tech

    154 or 156 will be the two most versatile all-mountain boards for someone your size.
    The 154 will be a bit easier to control and the 156 will be a bit more stable.

  • Flackenberry

    Hi Lib Tech! First, sorry for my english, I am spanish :D. I am 195 cm tall (i think it’s 6′ 4”) and i weight 82 kg( 185 lb) and my boot size is 13 US. I’ve been riding a Skate Banana 156W, for 5 years, and I really love it. I have had a great progression, so I consider my self an intermediate rider. Now that I am starting to go fast, I find it a little unstable and a sometimes difficult to start a hard carve. I love also powder, and some buttering, but little park, only small kickers and flat boxes. Thats why I am looking to buy the TRS, but I don’t want to lose the playfulness of the banana.
    I don’t know if it would be better for me the 157MW or the 159MW. Would my 13 boots fit in a medium wide? :S if so, if it’s a little narrower, and only 1 cm longer, would the 157MW be the same in powder as my 156W? I would like it to go as good as my banana in powder. Also, I think 159MW will be too long for butters as I am used to 156.
    What would you recommend? I am tall but skinny for my height! than you!!!

  • Jake

    Hi, Im 6′ 5″ and 180 lbs. I wear a size 14 boot. What size would you recommend? i was thinking the 162 but let me know if you think a different size would be a better fit. I also know your other boards come in some different sizes so a range of sizes that work would be appreciated

  • Lib Tech

    With size 14 boots you should ride WIDE board.
    Check out the Skunk Ape. We built this board specifically for bigger riders who want a powerful, yet fun board to ride anywhere on the mountain. You’ll get 1.2cm of waist width it, which will help reduce toe drag and add some stability! The Skunk Ape HP even comes in an Ultra Wide, which would be awesome for size 14 boots—the waist width on that is 28.5cm, which is 2.9cm wider than the TRS 162.

    We will also have the Travis Rice available as a wide for the upcoming 15/16 season, which is a great aggressive all-mountain board. The T.Rice is a true twin, like the TRS but has the same C2 base contour as the Skunk Ape.

    The Riders Choice, by Gnu is another really solid option, and is available as a wide!
    It’s a bit more freestyle focused and features Gnu’s asymmetrical Pickle Tech, which means softer flex, more sidecut, and more Magne-Traction along the heelside edge…your body isn’t symmetrical, and Gnu builds boards to compliment that.

  • Derrick Armstrong

    Im not sure if i should purchase the 159mw or the 162? Im 6ft 160ish pounds. Im not gonna be hitting the park or anything like that just the back bowls and trail runs? Any suggestions?

  • Lib Tech

    What size are your boots?

  • Derrick Armstrong

    Depending on the boot 11 or 11.5

  • Lib Tech

    159 midwide!

  • Ryan

    Hey Lib Tech Team. I’m 5’8″ 140lbs size 10 boot. I’m trying to decide on either the TRS or the Travis Rice Pro. Right now I ride a 151 freestyle/all mountain board and I feel like I need something around 155 or 157. I’d say I’m an intermediate rider and like to ride all mountain but I want to take my skills to the next level. What would you recommend? Thanks!

  • Derrick Armstrong

    Gonna make my purchase now!! Thanks for all the help!!

  • Lib Tech

    Both boards are incredible! They’re true twin all mountain SLAYERS.
    The TRS has a more snappy feel due the extra camber underfoot and the basalt fibers–I generally consider this board as aggressively fun.
    The T-Rice has a blend of Bi-Axial and Tri-Axial fiberglass, so torsionally it is really stiff–I generally consider this board as aggressively powerful.

    Both are availablein 157s, but the next size down for the T-Rice is 155 and the TRS is a 154.

  • eightninenine

    I’m trying to decide on my first board. I was thinking of getting either the TRS, TRS HP or FP. I am 5ft10″ / 180cm, 210lbs / 95kg (but in training and aiming to get my weight down to approximately 176-187lbs /80-85kg in the next 4 months) and I’m roughly US M 10 shoe size.
    It seems a 157 or 159 size board would be preferable for me, what would your recommendation be? Or do you recommend any other boards?
    Thanks in advance!

  • Lib Tech

    Hello there!
    If you’re a beginner the TRS might not be the best option for you–because they’ve got stiffer flex patterns and a lot of camber underfoot they will take more effort to control and lack forgiveness. They’ll PHENOMENAL boards, but not the most user-friendly for new riders. But if you’re a more intermediate or advanced rider, the TRS (in any construction) will be a killer all-mountain aggressive, fun, snappy board.

    If you want a more playful and forgiving board to learn on I would suggest the Skate Banana, Banana Magic or Attack Banana. All of these boards feature less camber, for a more catch-free and easy to ride feel.

  • Garret Tinnerman

    a few seasons back i bought my first skate banana. I loved every second i was on this board and i’m actually going to switzerland for a few months to be trained as a instructor. im from ny so my resort isn’t very big. I’ve been riding for a few years before high school. i’m not now and actually making snowboard instructing my winter career. I have been looking at some other brands but oi want to come back and try another style of this brand. I have been looking into the TRS for a little bit and i’m very interested. By the sounds of it this board should give me what i’m looking for. Especially for a few season because this time next year I should be moved out west. By the way i’m a pretty rough rider on my equipment but I service my board as much as i ride which is frequently. Would you recommend this for me? im running out of time and i’m pretty set it. thanks for your feed back!

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Garrett,
    In short: Yes, absolutely!
    The TRS really is the Total Ripper Series. It can handle absolutely anything in its path and give you confidence and power in the craziest terrain. The XC2 base contour and basalt fibers give this board unbeatable snap and do a beautiful job of absorbing vibration. If you’re looking for a solid board to take your riding to the next level, look no further.

  • Garret Tinnerman

    awesome thanks a bunch! ill send my feed back once i get a few rides in when i leave for my trip to switzerland.

  • Vanwetswinkel Davy

    Hi Lib Tech…

    I’m currently riding a Burton Antler 157,5 and I love the board to death, except when conditions get harder.

    I would like to try a Lib Tech TRS, because of the many awards (good wood, the good ride, …)

    I’m 1m78 and weigh 72 kg.

    This will be my 5th season and I ride mostly in Austria and France, 3 to 4 weeks a year.
    I don’t ride in the park, but I love going off-piste (Val Thorens !!) and riding switch.

    Can you guys recommend the TRS?

  • Lib Tech

    Hello there!
    The TRS is going to blow your mind if you’re looking for a powerful, yet fun all-mountain board.
    The XC2 base contour (extended camber underfoot) paired with Magne-Traction will give you unbeatable control, even in icy conditions. And the basalt fibers in this board make it extremely lively and damp/solid at high speeds. You’ll forget all about your Antler when you ride this thing!

  • Vanwetswinkel Davy

    What board lengt do you recommend for my size and weigth?

  • Lib Tech

    If you’ve been riding a 157 and you love it, get another 157.

  • Rachael

    Hey Lib Tech,

    First off, love your boards and technology. I am in the market for a new board this season and I’d would like some advice from you guys. I have been checking out the trs-xc2 btx for a little bit now. I consider myself a fairly advanced female rider: all terrain and all mountain. I am currently on a 147 K2 vavavoom (technically a park board, but I take it every where). I love how light and flexible it is, but it doesn’t quite charge through crud how I’d like to and it doesn’t quite float through the powder. What I am looking for in a board is something that can handle the steeps and deeps, stability in the crude, and responsiveness in tight situations. I also like the twin tip so I can ride switch. I’m not locked in on any specific board, so any advice or recommendations would be lovely. I am 5’7”, 120lbs, and a size 7 boot. If you need more info about my riding, just ask. But I grew up skiing in Colorado and the past couple of years, Big Sky has been home base.

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Rachel,
    I have two suggestions:

    Lib Tech TRS 148n
    Gnu Ladies Choice 148.5

    Either of these boards is going to change your life. The TRS, because of the XC2 base contour and basalt fiber is going to feel more aggressive and snappy. While the Ladies Choice, because of its asymmetry and EC2 base contour has a more playful and forgiving feel.

    Both are high end all mountain freestyle boards and can stand up to absolutely anything in their paths, but they’ll both have their own unique feel. If you have a shop in your area you should scope them out in person and try standing on them to get a feeling for both.

  • hydros

    Ok. Thanks. And what about width? 156 would be ok for 44,5 shoe?

  • Alex

    Hello! Would TRS 162 fit my Burton 11.5 size or should I go for 159MW? I am 6.06 and 198 lbs. Thanks!

  • Lib Tech

    Burton boots tend to be pretty compact, so you may be able to get by with a standard width board!
    But I would suggest comparing the waist width of your current board(s) to the waist width of both the standard and midwide TRS’s to be sure.

  • Lib Tech

    Yeah it looks like that’s a size 10.5 US, so standard width will be just fine.
    But I think I meant to type 157 above–the TRS is not made in a 156.
    Sorry about that!

  • Alex

    Thank you for your answer. My actual board is 25.8 waist width so I’ll be ok with standard TRS or not? Thank you!

  • Lib Tech

    Are your toes hanging off it? The TRS is half a centimeter smaller with a 25.3cm waist width, so you can be the judge of that!
    The midwide has a waist width of 26cm, though…so that will definitely work for you!

  • Flackenberry

    … please some advice would be really helpful!

  • Lib Tech

    Hello there!
    Sorry we missed this.
    You should probably go for a full blown wide board for size 13 boots rather than a midwide. If you’re looking for some variation of C2, check out the Skunk Ape or Attack Banana. We’ll also release a wide Travis Rice for the upcoming 15/16 season..that would be a killer option for you as well. I think you might also appreciate a longer board, a 161 will offer a lot more power and stability, but because you’re 6’4 I don’t think you will have any issues with maneuverability and playfulness.

  • Flackenberry

    Thanks! Travis Rice WIDE!!! that’s awesome! I think I have chosen my next board! yeah!

  • Andrey

    Is it possible to put a setback of trs?

  • Lib Tech

    Because this is a true twin, the inserts are centered on the board.
    To set it back, just move your bindings back accordingly, while keeping the desired width.

  • hdr

    85 kg and 180 cm. boot 45!! which size of board?

  • Lib Tech

    157 will be the most versatile size, it will perform beautifully absolutely anywhere on the mountain.
    Go bigger if you want to ride a lot of powder, or smaller if you want to do a lot of jibbing.

  • George

    80 kg and 172 cm, boot 8.5. Shall I go for TRS 154 or 157?

  • Lib Tech

    Hi George,
    154 for a more freestyle/jibby board.
    157 for a versatile all-mountain board.
    Here’s a link to our board finder:

  • Mauro Freire

    85kg and 1.85cm, boot 11,5. TRS 157mw or 159mw ? Thanks.

  • Lib Tech

    Hi Mauro,
    The Skate Banana is going to have a more loose/playful/forgiving feel–so if that’s what you’re after go for it!!
    The TRS has a more aggressive, snappy, nimble feel.
    I think if you’re spending time in the park, the 157mw might be more suitable. The 159mw will offer a bit more float in powder, but it won’t be quite as maneuverable.

  • Loren

    hi !

    I have a question, I want to sharpen my Lib Tech TRS 157 ( 2014 / 2015 ) edge board and I would like to know the factory edge bevel. ( base and side degree ).
    I was not able to see this tecnichal information on the web. If you can not help me, where can I get that information, please?


  • Lib Tech

    Hi Lorenzo,
    We don’t do a bevel on the TRS, so its 0° on the side edge and 0° on the base edge, for 90° total.

    But if you feel like you want to add some bevel, you might be stoked on it! Because our boards have Magne-Traction you can get incredible edge hold, even with a lot of bevel and de-tuning.

  • Loren


  • Dezmond

    In the future, will there be any chance of the blue version of this board or the trs-narrow be sold in larger sizes like a 157? I think it looks sick. Thank you

  • Dre

    Hi, i’m really interested in the TRS 159. I wear a size 11.5 boot. should i get the mid wide or regular version?

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