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12-17-2010 04:17 AM
craigd
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on the softer side of medium? i have a 159 mtx trs, no banana, and the thing is made of slate, its like riding an angry 2x4, it just wants to go fast, and it pops my hip out before i can really get into a butter. but i am 150lbs i just took a casi instructor course and actually practiced carving a bit, and it is nuts, the trs can lay down rediculasly fast pencil line turns with its agressive magne traction and never slips. and my edges are sanded down. it rails like no other. i would recomend it if you dont wana do rails and fancy slow butters and stuff but highly reccomend it if you wana race and kick the mountains ass.
Sounds like a lot of fun I've just picked up a157 an I'm 175-180lbs so the board should be the perfact balance, should still go fast an hard but with that little more weight will be alot more fun an playful, shit I can't wait!! Go the TRS!!!
12-16-2010 11:26 PM
synthetic on the softer side of medium? i have a 159 mtx trs, no banana, and the thing is made of slate, its like riding an angry 2x4, it just wants to go fast, and it pops my hip out before i can really get into a butter. but i am 150lbs i just took a casi instructor course and actually practiced carving a bit, and it is nuts, the trs can lay down rediculasly fast pencil line turns with its agressive magne traction and never slips. and my edges are sanded down. it rails like no other. i would recomend it if you dont wana do rails and fancy slow butters and stuff but highly reccomend it if you wana race and kick the mountains ass.
12-10-2010 10:10 PM
ccole89 Hopefully this will help some.
Snowboard Review: 10-11 Lib Tech TRS C2 BTX – Shayboarder.com
12-10-2010 04:36 AM
craigd Cheers guys all the help input is great!
12-10-2010 12:29 AM
Triple8Sol It's a mid-flex all mountain board, but a bit on the softer side of medium. I had a BTX (non-C2) version and it was alright but not that great due to the full rocker design. I think the new C2 version should kickass though.
12-09-2010 08:45 PM
crankymule24 I just bought a 154 TRS and I'm just a hair under 5'10" and 165-170 lbs. I'm gonna get to use it for the first time on Saturday so I'll for sure let you know what I think about it. If you're gonna spend a lot of time in the park I would say go for the 154, but if you spend more time on the slopes go for the 157. Also don't forget that the double camber allows these boards to be ridden a bit smaller than usual.
12-09-2010 06:39 PM
craigd Also Im 175lb an is a 157 ok size as I can get a good deal on this size trs??
12-09-2010 06:36 PM
craigd
Please sum1 review a trs!!

Could someone please give some reviews on lib's trs?? It would really help me as i think I'm bout to buy one an would love to make sure it's the rite one?? I'm a all mountain rider, I was going to go for the t.rice but the are all sold out a I need one asap as am going away very soon???

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