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Ride DH


$460.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:More pop than most boards, easy to hop over anything. Rides rails extremely smoothly, doesn't damage the board doing it. Good enough carving ability to take through the trees.

The Cons:A little stiff for newer riders just getting used to snowboarding.

The Ride DH is an award-winning twin snowboard featured in almost 10 different sizes, some standard and some wide. It’s part of Ride’s Mobility Collection, which focuses on full mobility and flex.

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It utilizes Thin Con construction with tapered tips/tails for reduced swing weight, as well as Pop Stix core for extra liveliness and pop. Included also is Carbon Array power distribution technology for total board control in every stance; 85A Slimewalls that absorb impact; and a Radial Sidecut with a predictable radius throughout the entire board. Note also the Cleave Edge with 50% more steel for unmatched resistance; and the Fusion 4000 Base that is harder, faster, and more durable.

Features

  • Thin Con
  • 85A Slimewalls®
  • Carbon Array 3™
  • Pop Stixs™
  • Cleave Edge™
  • Hybrid Glass
  • Fusion 4000 Base™
  • 2x4 Inserts

Specifications

  • Style: Mobility
  • Shape: Twin
  • Sidecut: Radial
  • Stance: Centered
  • Sizes: 151, 153, 153 Wide, 155, 156 Wide, 157, 159, 159 Wide, 162 Wide

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    more pop than most boards, easy to hop over anything

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    rides rails extremely smoothly, doesn't damage the board doing it

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    good enough carving ability to take through the trees

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    strongly resistant to scratches from park riding or sticks and debris

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    light enough to be easy to carry around

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    feels stable at higher speeds, always feel in control

Cons
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    a little stiff for newer riders just getting used to snowboarding

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