Ride Buckwild - 2013


More pro’s landed a triple cork on the Ride Buckwild in 2012 than any other board……fact. Which although is a completely useless statement for the average snowboarder, who struggles to land a single cork; it’s undeniable proof that the Buckwild performs well in the park. So what makes the Buckwild a good park board; firstly Ride has given the Buckwild their ‘Twin Rocker’ profile which is predominantly a zero camber profile. If you didn’t already know; Zero camber is a great profile for added stability and playfulness. Added to the profile are lots of reinforcements and Ride’s Cleave Edge for added strength, pop and edge-hold. If you’re looking for a mid-flexing park board to ride every feature no matter how big or small the Buckwild would be a great choice.

Manufacturer's Description:

As the go to competition snowboard for much of the Ride team, you’ll see Ladley in the halfpipe, Darrell slaying rails and Seb going huge while strapped in this wild Ride. Designed to push park limits, our Twin Rocker shape in this Buckwild snowboard has minimal rocker with a long, stable flat zone that extends well beyond the inserts into the tip and tail. Providing supreme landing control and pop, this Ride features Slimewalls®, Pop Rods 2.0® and Cleave Edge™ for a smooth-riding durable snowboard built to lap the park like the pros.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding Recommended for freeride riding Available in Wide Zero camber construction

Year: 2013

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 153, 155, 157, 159, 161, 156W, 159W, 162W

Riding Style: Freeride


Thin Con
Twin Rocker
Carbon Array 3™
Pop Rods® 2.0
Cleave Edge™
Hybrid Glass
Fusion 4000 Base™
2x4 Inserts
Flex 6

Ride Buckwild Snowboard
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Ride Buckwild Snowboard
(40% off)
Ride Buckwild Snowboard
(40% off)
Ride Buckwild

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