Lib Tech Cold Brew C2 Snowboard 2020

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Lib Tech Cold Brew C2 Snowboard 2020

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Flex: Mid-Flex // Shape: Directional // Profile: Camber-Rocker-Camber

Studies have shown the only thing that gets you out of bed quicker than a nice cold brew on a Sunday morning is taking Lib Tech’s Cold Brew deck out to the mountain for some freshly brewed all-mountain ripping. One of the awesome things about this board is how stable and grippy it feels at speed or on ice while still feeling light and nimble. Mervin’s (Lib Tech/Gnu/Roxa) patented Magne-Traction goes a long way in this respect, because the Cold Brew’s not an especially stiff board so you wouldn’t necessarily expect it to hold an edge as well as it does, but even on our famous New England ice this thing still absolutely rips. Like all Lib Techs, it’s still got a nice amount of rocker in the middle of the board which makes it easy to maneuver in tight spots as you start to venture off the trail.

What’s the difference between the Cold Brew and the Lib Tech T. Rice Pro?

The profile of the two boards is the same so they both have the same amount of rocker vs. camber. The T. Rice is a true twin while the Cold Brew is just a little bit directional so the T. Rice will ride switch a little better. Apart from that, the extra $150 for the T. Rice will get you a board that's a bit lighter and has more “pop” - that just comes from having a different blend of wood in the core (more Paulownia, less Aspen); and the T. Rice has a sintered base so will hold wax a little bit better too.

Aspen/Paulownia Core

Triax Fiberglass

Designed by: Mervin Manufacturing // Built by: Mervin, in the U.S.A. near Canada

TLDR: An intermediate/advanced intermediate rider’s dream if you’re doing a bit of everything but still spending more time than not crushing groomers.

P.S. Lib Tech used to make the Cold Brew in both a men’s and a women’s model under the same name; for 2020 forward the Lib Tech Cortado is the women’s model. Exact same board just a different name and a different (better) graphic.

 
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