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Lib Tech Snowboard Cold Brew Overview

Lib Tech

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Rating: 4.9 out of 5 11 reviews

Snowboard Lib Tech Cold Brew

Lib Tech Snowboard Cold Brew Overview
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Lib Tech Snowboard Cold Brew Overview
Lib Tech Snowboard Cold Brew Side
Brand Lib Tech

Snowboard Lib Tech Cold Brew

Customer reviews
Rating: 4.9 out of 5 11 reviews on this product
  • Men
  • Winter 2020
  • Intermediate - Advanced
  • Freeride All-mountain
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"Every rider has his own style and his gear must match. Freestyling, freeriding, splitboarding, I want you to find what you look for. Call me on 020 3129 3301."

The Lib Tech Cold Brew is a versatile freeride board with a light directional shape design that makes it very nimble on all types of snows yet versatile enough for freestyle and switch. The W Rocker camber works well on all terrains by offering an excellent compromise between performance and forgiveness.

What's on the agenda for the Lib Tech Cold Brew snowboard?

With the Cold Brew, you can cruise all over the resort, go from one terrain to the other with bewildering ease, and still enjoy a great playability to send super stylish tricks in the middle of your runs! The versatility and well-balanced flex of the W Rocker camber makes the board very agile with a good grip on piste and buoyancy on powder. If you like to ride on the shaded side of the mountain in the early hours of the morning, you can count on the Magne-Traction serrated edges to provide you all the grip you need on icy sections.

Who is the Lib Tech Cold Brew snowboard for?

This model is destined to intermediate and advanced riders who want to venture everywhere in the resort and go off the beaten tracks when the conditions allow it.

What are the main assets of the Lib Tech Cold Brew?

Well-balanced flex



Detailed specifications


  • Jib

  • Kicker

  • Piste

  • Versatility

  • Powder

  • Ease of use

  • Grip

  • Pop

  • Stiffness

  • Stability


149 cm



Waist width (mm) 256 mm




W Rocker

W Rocker

Technical data Snowboard Cold Brew

  • Gender

  • Level

    Intermediate - Advanced
  • Snowboard category

    Freeride All-mountain
  • Year

    Winter 2020
  • Snowboard camber

    W Rocker
  • Insert

  • Shape

  • Reference nr


Tips and advice

The length of your board is extremely important. Several parameters have to be taken into account : Your height, your weight, your level and your program (allmountain-freeride-freestyle). We created a calculator that will tell you what size of board would suit you best, once you've completed these parameters. You can also call us (+33 4 73 26 98 47) to get a personal advice from our experienced team.
The snowboards you'll purchase on our website are all factory waxed and tuned. That means it's ready to hit the slopes. However, that doesn't work forever, and in order to keep your equipment at the top performance, you need to maintain base and edges on a regular basis.
Maintaining your skis is essential to ensure an optimal glide and grip. Frequency of maintenance may vary depending on how often you use your board, or on how damaged it is. We recommend that you wax it every 10 riding days, and at the end of the season. Edges need to be tuned up to 2 times per season if you want to keep a good edge control. However, don't get them overtuned because every tuning takes some of the steel off.

When your base is damaged and shows shallow scratches or rock gouge, it is possible to repair it.

You can get these repairs done by professional ski shop, or if the gouge is only superficial you may repair it yourself. To do so, you will need special tools and materials such as wax, Ptex for repairing bases, edge tuners, etc. You can find them on our website.