Ride Alter Ego Snowboard - Wide

Ride Alter Ego Snowboard - Wide
Ride Alter Ego Snowboard - Wide
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Alter Ego Snowboard - Wide by Ride
Size down your quiver and still be ready for any conditions winter throws at you with the Ride Alter Ego Wide Snowboard. It's unique tail design allows you to ride the board two different ways--keep it locked when charging at high speeds and sending jumps, or leave it hanging for a surfy, swallowtail-like feel in pow. Then, the directional hybrid rocker profile provides stability, edge hold, and pop, while a rocker zone toward the nose adds lift to keep you afloat in the deep stuff. Carbon Array 3 laminates increase pop and strength while minimizing weight. Popwalls Sidewalls also feature carbon for quick response, along with Slimewalls urethane to quiet chatter and keep the ride smooth. It's finished off with a Fusion 4000 sintered base for long-lasting speed and durability.

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