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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-18-2010, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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Lib Tech TRice

I have been looking at the Trice, right now i ride a NS Evo 158, Im more of a all mountain rider.

Is this a good board for me?

Also whats the difference between the horsepower one?
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Anyone?

I went and put the board on hold yesterday also the guy recommended the custom flying v

and suggestions?

if i get the TRice should i go 157?
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Weight?
Boot size?
Age?
Your location of riding?
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Age 20 my bad

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157 would be the right size. It is a stiff and super stable board. I hope that answers some of your questions... mind you, if you're spending that much money for a board you might want to try it before you buy it, especially if you haven't tried Lib Tech's deck tech (Magne-Traction and the Banana/Camber combo)
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Do you not like your NS? If you like it get the 161.5 for powder days.
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No I love it but it's more of a park/jib board than I want I'm keeping it for sure
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There's not much of a difference between these two boards.
Very similar construction, very similar specs.
The Lib is marketed as a "mid-stiff" board, but it's not. They are even similar in flex.

Don't bother changing, unless your current board is too beat and needs replaced.
If you're looking for something different, then don't get the TRS.

(both are sick boards)
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I'm talking about the trice c2 btx not the trs
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I would say the evo would be fine for you. A good rider can adapt their board to the mountain, unless the board is a noodle. I don't know how soft an Evo is.
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