Ride Machete Jr Snowboard - Kids'

Ride Machete Jr Snowboard - Kids'
Ride Machete Jr Snowboard - Kids'
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Machete Jr Snowboard - Kids' by Ride
Ride hooked up the Machete Jr with a smooth, stable ride across everything from park kickers to fresh powder lines. This twin-shaped board excels at progressive freestyle riding and all-terrain cruising, giving up-and-coming riders a proper platform for taking their skills to the next level. The Twin Rocker profile inspires confidence for picking up speed, locking into carves, and stomping landings, while also loosening things up to make the board a bit more forgiving and playful in the park. Its light and strong wood core ensures smooth, consistent flex and high levels of durability over the course of the season. Biax fiberglass retains a flexible torsional feel that's ideal for lighter riders linking turns and perfecting their tricks.

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SKU: RDEM13Z
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