Ride Manic Snowboard

Ride Manic Snowboard
Ride Manic Snowboard
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Manic Snowboard by Ride
Stuffing an insane amount of tech into an affordable package, the Ride Manic Snowboard satisfies everyone from ambitious beginners to seasoned riders fueling dawn-to-dusk riding. The Manic Snowboard charges everything across the mountain with sure-footed poise and stability, courtesy of its softer flex and go-anywhere directional shape. Hybrid Rocker puts a camber section between the bindings for power and edge hold, while a large rocker section on the nose and rocker in the tail eases turn initiation and float over powder. Despite it's affordability, Ride added two carbon strips that run the length of the board that increase pop and response, without adding weight. And to finish it off, the extruded base absorbs wax and is easily repaired, while a stone ground finish adds speed in any snow condition.

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