Ride HighLife - 2011


Like the stability of riding a camber or zero-camber deck but you’d like the float in powder which rocker offers? Well Ride think they have the answer with their new deck the HighLife, which features their new LowPro profile. This board will feel poppy when ollying and powerful exiting turns but smooth when initiating turns and will float nicely in powder. If you’re an intermediate rider looking for a board to ride everything the mountain can throw at you, with confidence and stability, check out the Ride Highlife.

Manufacturer's Description:

Start living the HighLife with this brand new snowboard featuring the latest rocker shape, LowPro. With the fun and versatile LowRize rocker in the tip and grippy ProRize tail, LowPro allows you to Ride chill or charge hard. Featuring smooth riding 90A Slimewalls, Membrain top sheet and Carbon Array 5, this snowboard is effortless in pow, fun cruisin’ with the crew or maching laps at warp speed. You’re destined to cover more mountain on the HighLife, enjoy!

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding High cost snowboard Available in Wide Rocker construction Directional Shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
155, 158, 161, 164, 167, 159W, 163W, 168W, 172W

Riding Style: All Mountain


LowPro Rocker
90A Slimewalls
Silencer 5 dampening
Carbon Array 5 reinforcement
Membrain topsheet
Pop Glass
Fusion 4000 Base
¾” Setback
FLEX 8/10

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