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.