New for this summer comes two very different but very versatile shapes from the mad scientists at Lib Tech. Check out the short reviews below of the Pickup Stick and the Round Nose Fish Redux. Also Lib introduces a new size in the Short Round for 2017.
Winter is just around the corner, and the snow is starting to fall in the hills. Time to pick out your new shred stick, and there is no better brand to choose from than Lib Tech. Get ’em while their hot! We have the new Skate Banana, Attack Banana, and Travis Rice Pro’s in stock with Free Shipping and No Tax! Yeeeew!
Mark the date on your calender Oregonians! Get your hands on the new Lib Tech Waterboards two weeks from now. Demos are free, and all you will need to check out a board is a valid ID and credit card. There are going to be a lot of boards for demo so tell your friends, it’s gonna be a blast! For those of you that don’t know, these are revolutionary new surfboards, and deserve a test ride at the least. Not only are Waterboards environmentally freindly, they are Dang Difficult to Ding(2D2D), and I believe they also surf very well. Don’t take my word for it though, get out there and try one! See you all there!
Mike Olson talks about history of the up and coming Lib Tech Surfboards line. In the works for over 10 years, the new boards are said to have all new environmentally friendly materials. In fact everything in these new boards is a currently unused material in the surfboard industry accept stainless steel screws. No sand paper, no brushes, no solvents, kind of sounds like magic.
Said to be nearly ding proof, and completely waterproof. Of the prototypes in use for the last two years, only a few have gotten a minor ding. Completely new fin systems (compatible with FCS) and new leash attachments. Mike boasts it as the “most tech surfboard” and says it will be reasonably priced at $696.96.