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The stable yet maneuverable, mobility-driven Ride Dose Snowboard is built for big-foot freestyle performance and fun. Complete with Cleave Edge and 85A SlimewallsTM, this twin Ride can take a beating and won't let the big guy down. Shane Flood's a fan for sure!
Key Features of The Ride Dose 153cm Snowboard:
Style: Wide Mobility
Carbon Array 3: Power distribution technology provides total board control with the freedom to nano-adjust the line. The perfect connection of rider input and terrain feedback
Response Tuned CoreTM
Cleave Edge: Repeated rail and ledge beatings with almost 50% more steel. The taller edge can also be detuned or dulled to a larger radius, meaning less hang-ups.
Carbon & Aramid Laminates
Fusion 4000 Sintered Base
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