Design your dream board with Lib Tech’s new DIY Board Builder

Near Canada, USA (October 15, 2013) – Lib Tech, Bitchin’ Builders of the world’s most environMENTAL snowboards and industry leaders in innovative design, are giving enthusiasts of award winning handmade in the U.S.A. technology and iconic art the opportunity to custom order a Lib Tech snowboard for the first time in the company’s 30+ year history.

“Lib Tech is above all an R&D and innovation based brand,” says Lib Tech co-founder Pete Sarri. “We are constantly evolving the physical geometries of our designs, as well as evolving from a materials perspective. Prototyping, testing, and making new snowboards is insanely fun and why we started the company in the first place. Our prototyping systems have become very efficient over the years and we have arrived at a point where we can share it!” With the Lib Tech DIY Bitchin’ Board Builder, customization is no longer solely reserved for team riders and the experiMENTAL Division alone. The new DIY Board Builder lets a rider create their own custom snowboard, choosing the Lib Tech board model and corresponding bottom contour Banana, Banana/Camber, or Camber Dominant/Submissive Banana, as well as board size. Next a rider picks out sidewall colors, top sheet graphic and base graphic of their choice from a selection of classic and limited edition Lib Tech original artworks. Every DIY board comes stamped with a personalized laser cut name badge, and for additional customization a rider can have the verbiage of their liking inked and knife cut into a one-of-a-kind dye cut base.

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For a customized Lib Tech, go to the Lib Tech DIY Board Builder Site www.lib-tech.com/diy, or stop in at a Lib Tech fundaMENTALS dealer and order with the shop code and receive $25 off your DIY order!

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