1-Board Quiver: Reviewers’ Choices (13/14)

Two Ski Quiver, Blister Gear Review.

Reviewer: Zeppelin Zeerip

Age: 20 | Vitals: 6’2″, 170 lbs. |  Years Riding: 13 | Current Residence: Salt Lake City, UT (See full bio)

One-Board Quiver Selections: 

Board #1: Lib Tech Travis Rice, 161cm

One Board Quiver, Lib Tech Travis Rice, Blister gear Review.

The Travis Rice snowboard manhandles mountains. I rode the 161 in Alaska, where I found myself constantly going back to it for its “hold-on-and-pin-it” capabilities. I also grabbed it while riding Snowbird because of its ability to spin and find tranny throughout the mountain. I care less about getting 270s onto rails, so this is definitely the best board when I want to get out of bounds and jump. I like the 161cm for big mountain skiing and pow days, but the 157cm is a bit more nimble in the park.

Runner-Up: Burton Easy-Livin, 158cm

One Board Quiver, Burton easy Livin, Blister Gear Review.

You really can’t go wrong with a board that’s stable through chunder, can chuck double corks, and has Jimmy Hendrix on the base.

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