The 2014 Lib Tech Brando by Lando is a pow-oriented powerhouse that lets you charge hard at Mach 10 speeds.

Constructed by and for professional snowboarder¬†Mark Landvik, the board suits intermediate through expert level riders (beginners should opt for something a bit mellower) with a love for the backcountry. If you can’t ever get enough pow, then this board will keep you smiling.

A directional tapered shape – a mellow nose and a rounded tail – helps the Lib Tech Brando stay on top of anything from the deepest powder to the crustiest hardpack. Two and a half inches of setback increase flotation even more while still allowing the board to be comfortably ridden switch.

Lib Tech’s much-loved C2 BTX profile (rocket in between feet, camber at tip and tail) is used in the Brando. ¬†Magne-Traction for ultimate edge control gives the snowboard a feel that is reminiscent of a skateboard: a bit surfy with a lot of power and precision.

There ain’t nothing wrong with the Lib Tech Brando by Lando Snowboard. It’s a backcountry powerhouse made with eco-friendly materials (as are all of Lib’s boards) and is built by snowboarders with jobs.

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