Just like the party you went to last weekend, the Ride Women's Saturday Snowboard is a lively and easy-going affair, bringing good vibes everywhere from park laps to tree stashes on the backside of the mountain. The Saturday is based off a twin shape for a balanced feel when you're dialing tricks in the jib line, spinning off park jumps, and perfecting long, drawn-out carves on groomers. The Twin Hybrid Rocker profile places camber directly underfoot, which gives you energetic response while carving and a snappy feel for sending rollers and jumps in the terrain park. Rocker at the tips make the board more playful, which is great for learning tricks and linking up turns without it being overly catchy. The Saturday's Performance core is comprised of aspen, bamboo, and paulownia wood, meaning it's extremely lightweight, snappy, and strong. Ride fortifies the Saturday Snowboard with Carbon Array 3 Laminates, which energize response for snapping ollies over slow signs and clearing jumps with ease. The sidewalls replace traditional ABS construction with Ride's signature Roll In Slimewalls, which are made of vibration-damping urethane wrapped with a 3D fiberglass structure to prevent topsheet chipping and delamination. And because it's meant for minimal fuss, the extruded base glides quickly without requiring regular waxing throughout the season.
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