Offering up an intuitive freestyle experience, the Ride Helix Wide Snowboard is asymmetrically-designed to make carving and learning new tricks easier than ever. Based on the premise that heel and toeside turning dynamics are different, asymmetric boards feature a deeper heelside sidecut radius for a more balanced, effortless ride. Ultimately, asymmetric shaping makes heelside turns quicker and easier to initiate, which then also improves your switch skills by lending a natural feel when transitioning from edge-to-edge. Allowing big-footed riders to carve without annoying heel and toe drag, this particular version is wider than Ride's standard boards. Its medium flex allows you to ride this freestyle specialist without it washing out on carves or feeling squirrely approaching bigger hits. Reminiscent of Ride's iconic DH a few seasons back, the Helix Wide has twin camber for precise, locked-in turns and plentiful pop for sending everything from thirty footers to fun-sized rollers. Carbon Slimewalls are urethane-infused for durability against dings and impacts, with carbon inserted into key areas for added liveliness and response.
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