Crafted for the aggressive all-mountain freestyle riders, the TRS HP XC2 is solid from tip to tail with plenty of pop and stability. The shortened rocker and lengthened camber of the XC2 combination allows this deck to rip everything with power and precision and provides effortless float through powder. Horsepower Construction (HP) makes this board lighter, stronger, smoother and better geared for high performance riding. Basalt fiber reinforcement is damp, strong and lively for a smooth and poppy ride; while the UHMW sintered sidewalls and UHMW tip/tail impact deflection enhance durability and strength for thrashing through trees and stomping big landings. Magne-Traction allows you to cut through ice and has superior edge hold at high speeds. The TRS HP is a true all-mountain ripper that's ready to help you push your boundaries and take your skills to the next level.
Aspen/Columbian Gold/Polonia Core
Birch Internal Sidewalls
UHMW Sintered Sidewalls
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Hey I'm Darren. I just got off the Libtech TRS. This is a great board, I'd give it a 5 out of 5 star rating. It's an all-mountain freestyle board for your medium to advanced rider. Carved really nice, I was able to carve out some really big turns on the mountain and it handled and responded really well. So once again, I'd give this board a 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Trevor, I just got off the Libtech TRS. That stands for Total Ripper Series - I'd give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. If you are an aggressive all-mountain rider, you will have tons of fun on this board. It's really easy to roll over on edge and get it on edge but once you're there it will just take off. Really really fast, really really aggressive; tons of fun. If you just like going fast on groomers or heading through the trees, or just charging really hard, this is the board to do it on. 5 out of 5.
Hi I'm Steve, I just got done riding the Libtech TRS HP. I'm going to give this board 5 out of 5 stars. It's a great hard-charging, all-mountain board that's good for pretty much any conditions. On the hardpack snow or the groomed runs it's going to hold a great edge and it's really quick from heel to toe. So pretty much a great board for anybody that wants an all-mountain ripper that can go charge anything.
Hi I'm Mike, I just got off the Libtech TRS HorsePower. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars for somebody looking for a really stiff all-mountain board. It's true twin so you can hit a jump and land switch, you can hit the jump switch and it is definitely a pleasure to hit jumps on. But it also has a lot of hardpack capabilities - it lays trenches when you carve. Really likes to stay on an edge and it really transitions very smoothly and very fun. 5 out of 5.