The Cold Brew is Lib Tech freeride option for hill bombers and aggressive carvers. Floaty and fun on the deep, the board’s stiff and grips like no other on the hardpack.
Lib Tech’s freeride gun made a lot of riders happy with its aggressive directional shape and state-of-the-art construction. The Cold Brew was new last year and already is a best-seller in Lib Tech’s catalogue. It returns unmolested for 2019. Versatile and incredibly fun to ride, the Cold Brew is a board that’s easy to love.
What can the Lib Tech Cold Brew snowboard do?
The Cold Brew is a freeride-oriented deck, best suited for riders who like to carve trenches on the hardpack or shred the backcountry when powder is around. The board is a pillow slasher, a groomer-ripper, it can plow through any terrain with an effortless ease. Featuring a C2 BTX profile with sections of cambers and rockers, the board handles deep powder just as easily as it bites on icy snow. Boasting Lib Tech’s patented Magne Traction technology for increased edge control and precision on hard snow, the board is slightly wider than a traditional board. This enables riders to lean to the max and avoid annoying toe drags common to aggressive carving. A wider board also means a bigger contact surface, which means easier floatation on deep stuff.
Who is the Lib Tech Cold Brew snowboard designed for?
The Cold Brew covers a wide spectrum of skills. From intermediate riders who want to push their freeride game to advanced riders looking for a versatile performance board, the Cold Brew is a safe bet. Rated 7 out of 10 on Lib Tech’s stiffness scale, the board is a little demanding.
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