HANDCRAFTED IN THE USA NEAR CANADA!
THE WORLD’S MOST environMENTAL BOARD FACTORY!
PROGRESSIVE SHAPES FROM LIB TECH’S experiMENTAL DIVISION:
Each Lib Tech shape features a concave deck, rail channels, and a speed texture base finish. Built for comfort. Built for grip. Built to fly!
Magically fast, short, wide, lowest rocker series with a speedy Horsepower thumb tail and flipped full nose. A surf skate for aerials, acceleration and spinning in small to medium waves.
- 5’4” x N 16.5” x W 20.25” x T 16.5” (28.2 cl)
- 5’7” x N 16.75” x W 20.8125” x T 16.75” (29.6 cl)
Magically fast Horspower shape: short, lower rocker, straighter rail line with a speedy thumb tail and a high performance nose for aggressive modern surfing and acceleration in small to medium waves. Grovelation!
- 5’8” x N 12.5625” x W 19.125” x T 15.75” (25.9 cl)
- 5’10” x N 12.6875” x W 19.75” x T 16.125” (27.2 cl)
- 6’0” x N 12.8125” x W 20.25” x T 16.4375” (28.8 cl)
- 6’2” x N 12.875” x W 20.8125” x T 16.75” (30.8 cl)
- 6’4” x N 13.0” x W 21.375” x T 17.0” (32.8 cl)
Precise high performance surfing in energized high performance waves. Squared thumb tails, high performance nose, increased rocker. Meant to be ridden at standard lengths and widths.
- 5’8” x N 11.375” x W 18.375” x T 14.5” (23.4 cl)
- 5’10” x N 11.375” x W 18.75” x T 14.625” (25.5 cl)
- 6’0” x N 11.3125” x W 19.0” x T 14.6875” (26.5 cl)
- 6’2” x N 11.3125” x W 19.375” x T 14.8125” (27.9 cl)
- 6’4” x N 11.375” x W 19.875” x T 15” (30.0 cl)
- 6’6” x N 11.75” x W 20.25” x T 15.1875” (32.1 cl)
- 6’8” x N 11.375” x W 20.625” x T 15.3125” (38.5 cl)
Testimonials: view more
I have pretty poor surfboard care etiquette, having a Lib Waterboard that is that tough will make my boards last way longer. Plus the fin boxes are cool too.
My waterboard loves to hit the lip hard and get in deep pits.
The channels on the rails are awesome. It feels so nice to have extra grip while duck diving and popping up on waves.
These boards are incredibly durable, far more environmentally-friendly than the current industry standard, and feel great under your feet. On top of that, they are domestically produced by awesome people who love surfing...
They are almost indestructible and can stand up to load of abuse or a pounding on the rocks, as I learned when my leash snapped and my board went careening into the shorepound.
FAQ: view more
Who shapes them?
Mike Olson and Jeff Henderson shape them.
What are your surboards made of?
We have completely redesigned the surfboard manufacturing process from the bottom up. Our new process shares nothing in common with contemporary surfboards and snowboard manufacturing. Over 30 intricate pieces go into each board, yet only the 10/24 stainless fin screws are status quo to the surf world.”“With our new process called “Isotropic Fusion” we are building super ding-resistant boards that have high energy return (liveliness) and a silky-smooth timbre even in choppy surf. We have a new foam chemistry, new fibers, new vibration dampeners, a new matrix, new fin boxes, our own fins, even our own lightweight leash plugs, and much friendlier manufacturing methods that have eliminated sandpaper, tape, paintbrushes, dust clouds and toxic solvents.
What is the core?
It is a brand new core called, LIGHTWEIGHT POWERPOP AIRSPRING CORE. Our exclusive closed cell alloy formula will not absorb water, is springy like a trampoline, contains up to 50% recycled content, and uses ozone friendly blowing agents. All offcuts go back into the process of making new blanks. This is a new formula that didn’t exist a year ago.
What is that silver stuff on the side?
NEW ELASTOMATRIX PERIMETER DAMPENING WEB The metallic fibers on the rails are rubberized to give the boards a silky smooth ride even in choppy conditions, and are Dang Difficult 2 Ding (2D2D).
Will my screwing habits really stay about the same?
Our screwing proclamation may be a little inaccurate. Some surfers may have to screw twice as much, and some will need to screw 6 times as much before surfing. Many surfer's screwing habits will remain about the same. Your past screwing habits really do matter: Futures, glass-ons, Bahne, FCS.