Ride Antic - 2011

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Intermediate riders that have discovered the joys of powder and are looking for a board that will give them the versatility to ride the whole mountain, including park, may have found a little gem. Think of the Antic as the younger, less aggressive brother of the Ride Highlight; it has a more forgiving flex and as a result is easier to ride than its big brother.

Manufacturer's Description:

Delivering versatility for everything the mountain has to offer, the Antic snowboard features Ride’s new LowPro shape with a playful rocker in the nose and a grippy, stable tail. Complete with 90A Slimewalls, Carbon Array 3 and Fusion 4000 base, this Ride will take you from the peak to the park, with a responsive feel that won’t let you down.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 154, 157, 160, 163, 158W, 162W, 165W

Riding Style: All Mountain

Specifications:

LowPro Rocker profile
Thin Con construction
90A Slimewalls
Performance Tuned Core
Hybrid Glass laminates
Linear Carbon reinforcement
Carbon Array 3 reinforcement
Fusion 4000 Base
¾” Setback
FLEX 6/10

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What colour is powder?

Drew Emoney on December 19, 2010 at 08:39 PM

When I first got off the lift I could already tell the difference in this board compared to others. The tail keeps you in control very well and goin down the groomed runs I also noticed that if you stand up and put your rode antic flat to the snow instead of on a edge, the board keeps you on control and duznt let you catch en edge. Going off the trail was quite an experience, the antic’s high rise in the front made it so your back leg wouldn’t get tired of leaning on it in deep powder. also I had total controlin the powder an it seemed as though the board would slice the snow while turning in powder instead of the rider having to bust his ass to get around in deep pow. When I hit the first jump in the park I noticed the boards extreme lightens and strength in the tail while doing manuals. It seemed like the board has extreme light weight yet very strong and flexible.

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