Ride Baretta - 2013


Baretta’s are badass; the ‘Notorious’ poet Christopher Wallace once said ‘touch my cheddar, fell my Baretta’. I’m pretty sure he wasn’t talking about mature cheese or a ladies snowboard but that’s beside the point. The Baretta is new to the Ride snowboards women’s range is aimed at girls with big feet. Apparently you ladies don’t like having big feet. Anyway, besides being wider than the average girl-specific snowboard this board has a directional shape and rocker profile for added float in powder.

Manufacturer's Description:

The new Right Sized Baretta snowboard opens up a world of board size opportunity to a broader range of women riders. The new board profile allows for; riding a longer women’s model with more float, riding a shorter board without the toe drag, and riding whatever size is right for you regardless of boot size. This directional go anywhere women’s snowboard is fun and adventurous for wherever the mountain may take you. Featuring Ride’s All Mountain Rocker shape with loose, playful LowRize™ rocker in the tip and stable, grippy flat zone under foot and through the tail. Add in our proven Slimewalls® and Carbon Array™ 3 for a responsive smooth ride with staying power.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction Directional twin shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2013

Available Lengths (cm):
142, 145, 148, 151, 154, 157

Riding Style: Freeride


Thin Con
All Mountain Rocker
Membrain® Top Sheet
Carbon Array 3™
Performance Tuned Core™
Hybrid Glass
Linear Carbon
Fusion 1500 Base™
2x4 Inserts
Flex 6

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