Lib Tech Preview

2025 Lib Tech Snowboards Lineup Preview And Release Dates

In January, I was invited to go to the EWSRA tradeshow to see some of the new 2025 Lib Tech snowboards that are going to be released next season. Here is all of the pictures and information that I gathered from the show.

Shout out to Joe McEvoy for showing us all of these boards. Joe is a team rider for GNU, and if you haven’t seen his video parts, you should definitely check them out here.

2025 Lib Tech Snowboards Released Now

As an early surprise, Lib Tech Released four 2025 decks that you can get right now.

The 2025 Lib Tech pre-release list includes:

The 2025 Skunk Ape

The 2025 Doughboy

The 2025 Lib Tech Golden Orca

The 2025 Apex Orca

Each link will take you right to a product page where you can learn more about each deck.

What’s New for the Lib Tech Snowboard Line in 2025?

There are a few new boards and profile configuration updates dropping for the 2025 season.

  • Mayhem Rad Ripper – The Lib Tech Mayhem Rad Ripper is a brand new higher-end twin built for all-mountain and park riding. This board is built on a traditional camber profile, and it has a wider platform that begs itself to nose press while having a progressive twin sidecut that makes it fun to cruise all over your favorite resort.
  •  Legitimizer – This is a new board on the Lib Tech line geared for jibbers and all-mountain riders who want a more forgiving camber deck. This board is built on Mervin’s early-rise camber, which lifts the contact points up slightly to give the deck a more playful feel. The Legitimizer is meant to merge the Box Scratcher and Box Knife into one board.
  •  Theda – The Theda is a new tapered directional women’s board in the lineup. This board is built on a C2X profile, and it’s ideal for intermediate riders looking for a versatile all-mountain cruiser.
  •  Escalator Splitboard – the Escalator is a brand new volume-shifted (short/wide) splitboard in the Lib Tech 2025 lineup. This board is built on a new Micro (mild) camber profile and has a slight taper. Its unique shape gives the board a floaty; cruisy feel while still being able to hold a precise edge in powder. 
  •  Doughboy – This is an incredibly long (195cm) board that was originally created in the 80s. It’s built on a camber directional shape. It’s built to carve and boost off every jump.
  •  TRS-Total Ripper Series – The TRS (Total Ripper Series) was upgraded to a lighter core and the C3 camber profile. It gives you the ability to just rip in all conditions now.
  •  Skunk Ape – The Skunk Ape is now available in either C2x or Camber profile versions.
  •  Mini Ramp – A kid’s version of the Lib Tech Off Ramp has been released and is known as the Mini Ramp. 
  •  Double Dip – The Double Dip has been upgraded with a spoon-shaped 3d nose and tail for easier turn initiation and float. 
  •  T.Rice Apex Ora Splitboard – There is now a new splitboard version of the T.Rice Apex Ora.

Lib Tech has released a handful of these boards early, and the rest of the Lib Tech 2025 lineup is expected to ship in early September 2024.

You can also learn more about each of these boards in EVO’s sneak peak at the upcoming 2025 line.







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