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Lib Tech X Lost Rad Ripper surfboard FC 6ft 2 - White

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This latest Matt Biolos colab is one of the best yet, such a good board and now in the 'Dang difficult to ding and envionmentally nicer' Lib Tech build, its a win win situation.

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Features

  • Name Lib Tech X Lost Puddle Rad Ripper FC surfboard 6ft 2
  • Ability Intermediate/Advanced
  • Volume 40.3 lts
  • Conditions Anything from thigh high to a little overhead waves
  • Construction Techno Pop Nitrogen cell Foam/Hexzylon Fibre Skin/Woven Basalt Fibre/Bio
  • Dimensions 6ft 2 x 21 x 2.7
  • Fin System Lib Tech Five Fin Futures Compatible
  • Fins included No

Description

The Lib tech x Lost Rad Ripper surfboard.

This latest Matt Biolos colab is one of the best yet, such a good board and now in the 'Dang difficult to ding and environmentally nicer' Lib Tech build, its a win win situation.

The Rad Ripper is a small to medium wave all rounder which will appeal to the majority of surfers out there. It's super fast, forgiving, user friendly to surf, it's suitable for almost anyone. Design highlights include a low entry rocker for fast paddling and early wave entry. A wide plaining squash tail with lots of lift and surface area to carry speed in small surf. A healthy amount of tail rocker, cut through by an aggressive double concave, adding even more lift and squirt under the rear foot. The Rad Ripper feels like it has an engine on the back of it and is ready for everything that puts a smile on your face from power carves, to floaters to blasting airs (not for us lot obviously)!

We love these features the flat, stable deck, with steep, low apex, tucked soft rails, slight vee in nose (to free up the low rocker) into a shallow single concave, into a deep double concave vee, for both speed and control. A wide, stable squash tail, glides across anything, and holds speed through turns, even in small summer slop. A “beak” nose to smuggle in a little extreme volume where you need it, helps with drive and paddle-ability. This refined outline enables the Rad Ripper to perform more akin to a regular shortboard; a playful and easy paddling 'go-to' every-day board that'll thrive in 90% of the conditions most of us encounter at home and on our travels.

As surfers we've all dreamed about owning a high performance surfboard with all the positive attributes of a traditional PU board but with none of the inherent fragility that comes with this construction.

Lib Tech are about to change everything you know about surfboards and everything you thought was possible in surfboard construction.

The Rad Ripper is built in the exciting new lighter, stronger, ultra-responsive high performance Techno Pop Construction, a more responsive feel, better flex and happier surfers all round. Using 31 brand-new components to the surf industry and calling on 30 years of experience constructing environmentally friendly surfboards, skateboards and snowboards, it was inevitable that Lib Tech were going to produce some remarkable surfboards using this ground breaking, environmentally friendly manufacturing process. Each of the Lib Tech surfboards is handcrafted in the USA with an unwavering focus on building THE toughest high performance surfboards in the world with a commitment to operating in an environmentally responsible manner.

The construction process uses a Nitrogen cell Foam (25-40% recycled content) core for maximum strength and pop. The foam is closed cell, completely waterproof and won't absorb water.
Hexzylon Fibre Foam Skin, this is a smooth, strong, impact and ding resistant layer with the signature Hex pattern.
Next comes the unique Woven Basalt Fibre which is additive free super strong and resists heel dents.
The Bio-Matrix Resin is super strong and environmentally friendly with the best flex qualities of traditional PU and a longer lifespan than Epoxy.

Lib Tech surfboards are fitted with the lightest and toughest fin boxes on the market. They also use Sprock Blocks at the tail to add even more durability to the most fragile areas on the board. Even the leash plug has been given the same attention with 6061 T6 Aircraft aluminium pins and lightweight fibre composite cups.

"Since I first saw Lib Tech’s ECO ISO construction, I wanted to build a board with it. The strength to weight ratio, eco minded materials and techniques, and the fact that this tech was being built in the USA was incredibly interesting to me. I am stoked that the time has finally come and hope people enjoy riding them as we have enjoyed building them." – Matt Biolos

Boardshop is happy to consider trading in your old board against a new board, so If you have any questions about this we'd be delighted to answer them and advise on any potential board choices or enquiries you might have, just drop us an email to info@boardshop.co.uk or call us on 0044 (0) 1243 674250.

Delivery & returns

  • Collection at Boardshop

    For collection (up to 17:30) from Mon 20 May 2024

    FREE

  • Nominated Day

    £19.99

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    For delivery on Tue 21 May 2024

    £19.99

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    For delivery on Sat 25 May 2024

    £49.99

 

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Overview

Key features and details

Lib Tech Construction

The toughest surfboard construction on the planet. Lib Tech has used 31 never used before components, along with their vast experience in the board riding world to create these robust surfboards, while maintaining a focus on being as environmentally friendly as possible.

Rad Ripper Stock Dimensions

5’6”, 19.0", 2.4", 28.9L

5’8”, 19.5", 2.4", 31.3L

5’10”, 20.0", 2.5", 33.4L

6'0”, 20.5", 2.6", 36.6L

6'2”, 21.0", 2.7", 40.3L

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Carlos
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Techno Pop construction lighter than expected
Arrived the next day. It's lighter than my Rocket Wide Spinetek (only 3.58kg for the 5'10"). I'm excited to try out the Techno Pop construction. The service was great, as always. I needed something forgiving but also capable of handling when the waves pick up a bit in Indo. It might be a good "one-quiver" board. Let's see.

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