Tap, bonk, and rail slide your way through your local terrain park or city streets on the Ride Kink Snowboard. This soft flexing, true twin board is built on the Hybrid Camber profile for a classic park board feel. The Hybrid camber provides that classic park feel by combining a large camber section that provides excellent pop and edge control, with short rocker sections out to the tip and tail so that you can squeak that pretzel 270 around without a hard heel edge catch that could end your session. What truly sets the Kink apart is its beefed up construction to allow it to ride down stairs, through parking lots, and on walls all winter without completely falling apart like some boards will. Most importantly the Kink features Cleave Edge Steel edges that are 50% thicker than a standard edge to avoid edge cracks and edge rip outs even if you are repeatedly gapping to less than perfect urban rails. On top of that the burly Performance core can handle board-slides through big kinked rails and sketchy transition finders off of large drops without snapping. Finally the durable and hard sintered base is easily repaired and still fast after repeated trips down dreaded cheese-grater stairs.
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