Mark Landvik's Phoenix Lib-Tech snowboard is ready for fat backcountry lines and radical freestyle action in the park and powder.
The Lando is a powerful all-terrain board that can respond quickly to your impulses and provide reliable performance.
The C2 Hybrid Camber of the Lando Phoenix has a rich preload in the binding area and Rocker Tips, thanks to this design, the Phoenix is a real all-rounder. It cuts its Magne-Traction edges in icy slopes as well as it brings you effortless lift in deep snow. The Lando Phoenix is supported by the slightly raised bamboo wood inserts in the binding area, which give the board additional responsiveness and stability.
The core of the Lando Phoenix also has a special character, because the solid aspen core is covered with aluminized fiberglass (Texalium).
This exceptional construction makes the Lando very light and doubles the performance of the Lib-Tech snowboard. The Texalium inserts can be seen through the translucent Organic Beans Topsheet and shimmer through in some places and elegantly complement the stylish graphics of Jamie Lynn.
-Application: All Terrain Freestyle
-Flex: 7/10 -medium-stiff
-Shape: Directional Twin
-Camber: C2 tech rocker with preload in the binding area
-Core: Columbian Gold, Aspen Core with bamboo risers in the bond area
-Edges: Mellow Magne-Traction
-Fiberglass: biax, basalt and texalium (aluminum)
-Topsheet: Organic Beans
-Sidewalls: UHMW Sintered, Birch Internal
-UHMW Tip / Tail Impact Deflection
Average width: (Board length) -24.9 cm (154 cm)
-25.1 cm (157 cm)
-25.7 cm (160 cm)
rider weight: in kg -55-kg (154 cm)
-60-kg (157 cm)
-65-kg (160 cm)
2018 Lib Tech Lando Phoenix Hp Snowboard Review Thehouse.Com
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