Reinventing itself and establishing its place at the head of the table year after year, the Ride Timeless Snowboard comes to you this season with an aggressive flex pattern, the powerful edge control of camber, and a directional shape for that inspires confidence on steep terrain. The Timeless is one of those boards that has no qualms about its freeride-specific nature, meaning you won't find it ducking into the park or messing around on jibs. It's exclusively meant for the aggressive rider opening it up at ridiculous speeds and taking on the steepest terrain. We'd chalk this up to its wide radius sidecut and super-stiff flex pattern, which really excel at wide-radius turns down groomers and pointing it down open bowls on powder days. One of the coolest features with the Timeless is the T6 aluminum topsheet, which not only draws glances of admiration in the lift line, but actually lessens high-speed vibration from slowing you down when you're bombing steeps like a madman. It's built on a Directional Hybrid Camber profile for the supreme edge hold of camber, paired with a large, rockered nose that floats above fresh powder on those deep days. Carbon Array 5 Laminates beef up the tip and tail contact points with five different carbon stringers arranged in an X-like pattern for incredible stability. Plus, it's packing Ride's Carbon Slimewalls, which are highly resistant to damage with their carbon-embedded urethane, meaning this board stands up to all the punishment you dish out.
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