Ride Superpig Snowboard

Ride Superpig Snowboard
Ride Superpig Snowboard
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Superpig Snowboard by Ride
Bringing top-end materials together with the Warpig shape, the Superpig Snowboard from Ride is a responsive, aggressive spark plug of a board that's destined for all-terrain domination. The stiff flex and directional shape offer unmatched control for riding through steep sections and big jump features alike, where the Hybrid Camber profile blends float, forgiveness, and power for launching natural features into deep powder. Designed for aggressive riders looking to leave their mark across the entire mountain, the Superpig features carbon in the core, laminates, and base for insane response and strength, while a lightweight construction keeps you light on your feet so that you can keep lapping fresh powder turns without exhaustion.

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SKU: RDEM147
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