Yo! Matt Guf here for The House Snowboard
Shop. This is a Lib Tech MC Kink BXT Snowboard. It’s for the all-mountain jibber who likes
to hit absolutely everything. It has a twin shape and banana technology. The twin shape
is equal everywhere. In between the bindings, you have a reverse camber shape. And then,
after the bindings, it’s flat. But what’s very unique about this is the kinked nose
and tail. Do you see that kinked nose and tail? It was a design that I believe Matt
Cummins did in the early ’90s, and it came back. When I first saw this board, I thought,
“Oh, my gosh. I remember a board like that back in the day.” They brought it back, it’s
pretty cool looking. The core and glass are a correct sandwich core with morning wood.
The base is going to stay fast with T&T, of course. The edges, Magne-Traction… Who can
forget about Magne-Traction? The wavy edge that Lib Tech puts on their boards create
more surface area with the snow, causing for better grip. The power transfer internal sidewalls
help to distribute energy when it flexes, every which way. That’s pretty much it. Matt
Cummins helped design this board a long time ago. It’s a Lib Tech MC Kink BXT Snowboard.
It’s pretty soft too. Yep. It’s for the jibber. I heart you.