Ride Commissioner Snowboard

Ride Commissioner Snowboard
Ride Commissioner Snowboard
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Commissioner Snowboard by Ride
The most tech-heavy snowboard in Ride's snowboard like, the Commissioner is a directional freeride shape for intermediate to advanced riders pursuing the most performance out of their deck. Featuring a stiff and responsive flex and a directional setback, the Commissioner is a perfect companion for seeking out technical lines and bottomless powder. The Hybrid Camber profile is predominately camber which offers increased power and control, with a rocker section in the nose to increase float and ease turn initiation. Ride stuffed this board with its lightest and strongest construction, featuring a carbon and aluminum topsheet and carbon-infused laminates that cradle a paulownia wood core to reduce weight. And while it seems that Ride could stop there, they added a lightning-fast Race Face sintered base to keep you blasting through any terrain or snow type.

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SKU: RDE00IO
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