2024 Lib Tech Lost Quiver Killer Snowboard
Lib worked with Matt Biolos to update all his boards this year. The high performance directional freestyle ATV Quiver Killer squash tail got the treatment with a streamlined new shape and Matt’s signature elliptical progressive sidecuts. Mammoth Mountain’s freestyle all mountain wizard Devin Tubbs helped us dial in the balance of set back, sidecut and tip to tail camber guaranteeing it powers through carves and big landings in the park or off the rocks. A full sized easy entry nose blasts chunder and floats the pow. The precise surf minded progressive carving sidecut trenches top to bottom lines like a race board. All this on a firm flexing, poppy, stable, sustainable aspen/paulownia wood core body with a rugged sintered knife-cut base and eco sublimated graphics. This year Quiver Killer absolutely eliminates the concept of design compromise…it’s all maximize!
Color varies by size. 154=Blue, 159=Orange
C3 Camber – Aggressive dominant camber zones out to the contacts combined with mild rocker between your feet. Subtle Banana rocker gives freestyle freedom with maximum end-to-end stability for big, high-speed lines. For aggressive, skilled riders. EJack, Jamie Lynn, and Fredi K's favorite.
Medium - Stiff – Stout enough to charge your hardest but without excessive harshness.
Original Power+ Construction – 75% Aspen / 25% Paulownia – Light. Environmentally nice. Strong.
Triaxial / Biaxial Fiberglass
Birch Internal Sidewalls
UHMW Sintered Sidewalls
UHMW Tip / Tail Impact Deflection
Sintered Knife Cut Base – High density UHMW. Optimized wax retention and toughness. Wax regularly and repair professionally.
Eco Sublimated Poly Top – High strength, impact resistant, lightweight dimensionally stable UV and temperature resistant top material decorated using an environmentally friendly eco sublimation process.
Mervin Made – Hand made at the Mervin Factory in Washington, USA with zero hazardous waste.
2 x 4 Inserts
BOARD SIZE CHART
|Effective Edge (mm)
|Tip Width (mm)
|Waist Width (mm)
|Tail Width (mm)
|Sidecut Radius (m)
|Stance Setback (in)
|Stance Range (in)
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