Seattle, WA (October 25, 2010) – The Lib Tech experiMENTAL division continues to attack conventional snowboard design stagnation with innovation and fun. The Lib Tech Attack Banana is the latest evolution of revolutionary industry changing Banana Technology (rocker between your feet) and “Innovation of the Year winning” C2 Banana Camber combo. The Attack Banana features Steven Cobb’s EC2 elliptical camber banana combo.
Why would you want this? Because it mindlessly rips all terrain and snow conditions in both directions from your centered freestyle stance. The elliptical camber creates a unique “pressure map” and performance characteristics that are halfway between the original Banana and the aggressive C2 Power Banana geometry that Travis Rice likes so much.
This board is the perfect design compromise that will leave you anything but compromised when it comes to all terrain freestyle performance. Floats in powder, carves the hardpack, rips the ice, jibs like whatever will not let you down when things get gnarly. Tested around the world from Mt. Baker to Summit Central. The early release model is an instant quiver killing factory favorite.
Art is Mike Parrillo’s “Tetons” oil painting (his first oil painting ever) originally used in the early nineties as an Emmagator graphic and now re-arranged by Lib graphic designer Annette Veihelmann. The original painting hangs at Asymbol in Jackson, Wyoming. Five beautiful photo prints have been made. Mike Parrillo has donated his own personal print as the grand prize in our register and win contest. One lucky serial number/proof of purchase drawn at random from registrants wins it.
Lib Tech Attack Bananas are available in limited quantities at your local shop right now!