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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Chance to win a pair of RASTA POW NAS

Tim Dutton Builds Irie Lib Tech Narrow Ass Snowboards
This entry was posted on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 at 3:56 pm
Catgeories: Contests, Timy Dutton
Seattle, WA (October 7, 2010) – For the limited number of Rasta narrow ass snowboarders who ride pow, Lib Tech introduces a limited, early season run of the new Rasta Pow NAS with Magne-Traction. Tim Dutton, pro NASer and 2009 World Freeski Champion, himself handbuilt the collection at Lib Tech’s environmental snowboard factory near Canada in the USA.

“These irie narrow ass snowboards are for jammin through the putto putto (very soft) mon. Rispeck due to the reCurve and Magne-Traction. This RastaPow NAS makes I an I (me) skin teeth (smile),” says Dutton. “No dibby dibby (bad quality) here mon. Just show me your poppyshow (ridiculous) backflip and win a pair.”



Rasta Pow NAS with art by Ryan Davis arrive at your local NAS Dealer this week in 181cm and 191cm. Remember it’s buy one, get one free, in case the rider should choose to wear a narrow ass snowboard on each foot.

reCurve dynamic early rise camber rocker combo technology gives life and pop underfoot and catch-free jibbing, float in powder and carving power on ice and hardpack at your tips and tails. Magne-Traction serrated edges provide unbelievable ice edge hold and grip.

RASTA POW NAS BACKFLIP VIDEO CONTEST INFO:
Submit your best backflip video clip to the NAS Facebook page for your chance to win a pair of Rasta Pow NAS. Backflips videos will be judged by Tim Dutton and the NAS Crew. Deadline is March 1st, 2011.

http://www.lib-tech.com/2010/10/07/tim-dutton-builds-irie-lib-tech-narrow-ass-snowboards/

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Saturday, October 9, 2010

The Bec de Ros



This is the gnarliest competition Venue know to Freeriders today, the Bec de Ros in Verbier, Switzerland. It is home of the Freeride World Tour Finals and is never a disappointment to the riders or the crowd. I'm not sure on how to do this, but here is a chance to put your head into the game. If you know how please copy this photo and draw a line down where you would shred it. It is always sweet to see how other people look at a venue. So please share it with us!

The start is at the very top of the mountain and the finish is in the bottom right corner of the photo. Make it happen!