Ride Algorythm Snowboard

Ride Algorythm Snowboard
Ride Algorythm Snowboard
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Algorythm Snowboard by Ride
Head to the resort with the Ride Algorythm Snowboard and you'll find all the answers you never knew you were searching for in waist deep powder or on groomer laps across the mountain. This true all-mountain machine features a directional twin shape and medium flex for everything from powder paradise to hitting the park lap after lap in the springtime. A Hybrid Rocker profile features mellow camber between the inserts with elongated rocker sections on the tip and tail to increase float and forgiveness without missing out on edge hold and pop. A lightweight construction features Ride's Performance Core and carbon array laminates to add strength and response, while a sintered base keeps you from getting stuck in powder or slush so you can happily make it back to the lift line. So whether you're looking to blast into backcountry jumps or take a mellow cruiser day on groomers, the Algorythm is the snowboard of choice.

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SKU: RDEM13A
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