Featuring a blunted shape and half-moon tail, the Ride MTN Pig Snowboard follows in the hoof-steps of its Pig-series cohorts with the same go-anywhere, all-mountain prowess, but with a more directional, hard-charging shape that's built for stiff response and blistering speeds on top-to-bottom runs. It's also got you covered with plenty of float in deep powder and an impressively strong edgehold on sketchy, bulletproof runs. Ride gave this versatile swine a tapered directional hybrid camber, which features rocker in the tip for easy float of knee-deep pow, and camber all the way to your rear contact points for edges that'll keep you confident on those frigid, no-precip icy days. Bolstering that edgehold for locked-in carves, a Linear Quadratic Sidecut creates smooth catch-free turn initiation and powerful support through the turn exit without losing grip. Vibration-dampening Carbon Slimewalls soak up harsh, high-speed chatter and painfully flat landings, while the Carbon Array 5 Laminates give your ride a lively feel with lightning-fast response. Ride finished this all-mountain animal off with a super-fast sintered 4000 base that makes short work of flat spots and slow snow conditions.
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