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Clyde Truce - 2010 0 Clyde Truce user review(s).

The Clyde Truce offers all-mountain versatility, and that’s Canadian all-mountain versatility which means it’s been tried and tested in super deep powder and savage sheet ice on burly mountains in the deep of winter. The Clyde Truce has the stiffest flex pattern in the line-up with triaxial glass and carbon X reinforcement for impressive edge hold on groomers and a full length vertically laminated Aspen / Suma wood core for lightweight pop and tons of energy exiting carves.

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Clyde Ride The Lightning - 2010 1 Clyde Ride The Lightning user review(s).

Under the bonnet the ‘Ride the Lightning’ has one of the most impressive specs on the market. With a sintered 4001 Galleria Base, multilayer damping, Triaxial glass, Canadian Aspen & Suma wood core and Carbon X reinforcement, you can be sure there aren’t many people on the mountain with a ride as fly as yours… and with each board handmade by owner Jason in his one man factory you can be sure no one on the hill will be riding a board as exclusive! A lightweight ride designed for flying 15’ out of the pipe, spinning 10s off the biggest park and backcountry booters and laying the law down on technical rails. Interested? Then get yourself down to the Clyde Calgary showroom and book a test drive.

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Clyde Where’s Ryan? - 2010 0 Clyde Where’s Ryan? user review(s).

Mr Ryan Hall loves hitting rails and kickers in the park… and guess what… so does his board. Built to be durable even when hitting the gnarliest kinks and the thinest landings, thanks to a tip to tail Aspen core and full wrap steel edges and of course Clyde’s unique quality control. Jason at Clyde creates every board himself in his one man factory; if Jason passes a board, you can be sure it’s the bomb! Ryan’s board also has a ‘Where’s Wally’ style topsheet on it which should keep you and your buddies busy on many a lift ride.

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