Ride Prophet - 2010


Renown for it’s medium/stiff flex, explosive pop and super sonic edge to edge response, the Prophet is for aggresive riders who know how to ride the whole mountain.

Manufacturer's Description:

The hard charging all mountain classic. See J.J. Thomas fly through the backcountry on this hard sharging, go anywhere deck. Features include our exclusive 90A Slimewalls, Carbon Array 3 and Silence 3 core for a smooth, responsive Ride no matter what terrain you choose.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding High cost snowboard Camber construction Directional twin shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
155, 158, 161, 164, 168

Riding Style: All Mountain


Twinish shape
Quadratic sidecut
1” Setback stance
Thin Con
90A Slimewalls
Carbon Array 3
Silencer 3 Tuned Core
Hybrid Glass
Linear carbon
Fusion 4000 sintered base

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What colour is powder?

Chris Challenor on February 25, 2010 at 06:02 PM

I bought the Ride prophets 158 at the end of last season as my first board. i bought the 09 model as it was in a sale and cheaper than waiting for the 2010 model. It was sold to me as a good all round shredder that will survive any where. and thats just what it does. I’ve just come back from a three weeks solid session and it held up beautifully, transforming my riding from average to more or less advanced. The speed of the board is immense. i spent the first week chasing and overtaking skiiers, the second week i hit the park and learnt some really good rails and the last week waist deep in powder. through out all three areas it preformed awesomelly, strong and secure through long carved turns but flexable enough to hold short sharp directional changes. the set back edges remove majority of edge catching situations and ride deliever a good solid all mountain board. Well worth looking at!

cheeseball on November 07, 2010 at 06:21 PM

I purchased the Prophet board last season (09-10) looking for the all mountain fast turning board. The board is FAST! Edge to edge this board really performs. It took my skills in the bumps to the next level. The Prophet holds an edge like no other, but you can’t be day dreaming with this board either, or those super sonic edges will catch. And your reentry back to planet earth will be painful. The base is simply awesome. Kicking on the flats or cat tracks of Vail or Breckenridge is a thing of the past. The only negative with this board is in deep powder, its work to get the Prophet to float. Perhaps more aggressive stance adjustment will help this. All in all the Prophet is my 1st choice, except on powder days, then I go back to my Ride “Decade” which floats with less work.

rumpled on January 31, 2011 at 03:56 AM

Had this board for a season now. It’s great in most conditions, able to carve with confidence. I was surprised how it is perhaps a bit stiff in the powder. Overall it seems really well constructed, nice and poppy. The decorative medallion in the center disappeared very quickly.