This is Lib Tech’s newest addition to the line and comes in at an amazing $524.99 pricepoint. I really think this might be the best bang for your buck in the snowboard world. As with all Lib Tech & Gnu boards these are made in the USA which is a huge selling feature because being made in a smaller factory by snowboarders means a greater attention to detail. This is a Directional all mountain board with a bit of a park focus. Similar to the super popular Lib Tech Sk8 Banana, but slightly more aggressive with a mild rocker between your feet then camber on the nose and tail. These boards have a medium-soft flex. They also feature Lib Tech's OP core which is made up of Aspen & Columbian gold wood, which are lightweight and flexible. The wood for the OP core is also native to the area they are made, meaning less CO2 emissions transporting the wood to and form the factory. Last but definitely not least, these boards feature Mervin's patented Magne-Traction technology with 7 very slight waves along the edge giving the board more traction on hard packed snow and ice, letting you stop easier!