The Ride Compact snowboard pushes aside boards with questionable tech and gimmicky outlines in favor of a proven directional shape and mellow flex pattern. The Compact is built off a Directional Rocker profile that's flat underfoot. Flat boards maintain solid edge hold and stability as you pick up speed, as the board's effective edge has continuous connection with the snow. To help ease the learning process, Ride uses a large nose rocker and subtle tail rocker to reduce the chance of hooking up on turns, as well as keeping you afloat once it starts dumping on powder days. With a lightweight core and biax glass, the Compact offers a predictable and easy-to-ride feel, while an extruded base requires little maintenance so you can worry about fresh snow instead of scraping your board in the lot.
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Ride Compact Snowboard - Women's
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