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I emailed Mervin to ask about the co sintered base on the T Rice, here is the response I got:

"It’s still a sintered base, the ‘co’ part is just the layer that’s on top so that we can sublimate the graphic onto the material. Same as last year!"


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More trs questions

Hey guys just wanted to know if the trs xc2 comes in the dark stealth or only the c2 board as written in the first pictures? Also is it still true twin or am I tripping? Pretty keen on it anyway just would rather a black but xc2.
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Right, so my local shop guy just swore that the stealth in the trs series was xc2 as well so I ordered one.. He also said they were set back quarter inch correct?
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Lib used to have a set back sidecut on their TRSes a few years ago. Now they are all listed as "true twin," I don't think they've ever had set back inserts. I'm sure somebody knows more about it than me, but that's what I know
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Re: Lib Tech 2014 Snowboards

I might look into a T.Ripper for next year. I'd say T. Rice, but I'm too darn short/light!
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I might look into a T.Ripper for next year. I'd say T. Rice, but I'm too darn short/light!
How short and light are you?
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what took the place of the Mullet, or do they still make it ?
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How short and light are you?
5 foot 6 inches and 111.8 pounds. Yeah, I'm kind of fun-sized.
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Skunk Apes, Skunk Apes Horsepower (both are C2, HP version is ultra wide - over 28 waist), TRS (2) XC2 (more aggressive verion of C2), TRS (w/ standard C2), Jamie Lynn Phoenix Classic Wide w/ C3, Mark Lanvik Phoenix w/ C2.
Skunkapes 28cm wide? o_O
OMG. That think is going to masses.

I got a Donek Incline 180cm with 28.0 waist. It's super fun to drop in pow, but pretty uncomfortable in tight trees. However I got Variable sidecut 10.5-12.5m and it carves pretty cool. I still cannot push a EC carve like i do in hardboots. But 180x28 for mass production is quite big, isn't it?
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what took the place of the Mullet, or do they still make it ?
mullet was replaced two years ago by the birdman, i do love my mullet

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