Ride Heartbreaker Snowboard - Women's

Ride Heartbreaker Snowboard - Women's
Ride Heartbreaker Snowboard - Women's
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Heartbreaker Snowboard - Women's by Ride
The Ride Heartbreaker snowboard is an entry-level snowboard for riders that are progressing their skills or beating their board up through the park. Featuring a twin shape and a soft flex, the Heartbreaker is comfortable riding and landing switch and is easily maneuverable and forgiving for learning new tricks. The Hybrid Camber profile contains a camber section between the bindings that gives pop and edge hold, while rockered tips increase float in powder and eases the transition from heelside to toeside turns. A lightweight performance core is composed of aspen wood with paulownia stringers to increase strength, and impact plates underfoot reduce board breakages and increase energy transfer. Ride added a stone-ground extruded base that requires little maintenance, so you can focus on riding and not on maintaining your snowboard.

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SKU: RDEM13P
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