Ride Antic - 2012

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Intermediate riders are well catered for in the Ride range. The Machete is the board for the progressing intermediate that wants to focus on the park but still wants to be able to freeride in the sidecountry when the conditions are good. It is the Ride Antic caters for the intermediate snowboarder who wants to develop a more rounded set of skills. If you’re one of those snowboarders who thinks riding handrails only looks cool on a skateboard and would much rather play around in pow than endlessly lap the mini shred, the Antic is worth a look. With a directional shape and directional hybrid LowPro profile the Antic is designed for riders who spend less than a quarter of their time on a snowboard riding switch.

Manufacturer's Description:

Delivering versatility for everything the mountain has to offer, the 2012 Ride Antic snowboard features Ride’s LowPro™ shape with playful LowRize™ rocker in the nose and the grippy stability of ProRize™ in the tail. Complete with 90A Slimewalls®, Carbon Array 3™ and Fusion 4000 base™, this directional Ride snowboard will take you from peak to 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 Hybrid rocker/camber construction Directional Shape

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 154, 157, 160, 163, 158W, 162W, 165W, 168W

Riding Style: All Mountain

Specifications:

LowPro™
THIN CON
Standard Edge
Hybrid Glass
Fusion 4000
Performance
90A Slimewalls
Linear Carbon
Carbon Array 3
Standard

Similar boards: Nitro Addict - 2012 Rome Headline - 2012 Atomic Vantage - 2012

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