Ride Society - 2010

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Charging full speed at massive transitions is what the Ride Society was built for! Incredible response edge-to-edge and faultless edge hold will help advanced riders push the envelope. Definitely not for beginners or inexperienced intermediates, you should be confident down black runs and off jumps before you shortlist the society.

Manufacturer's Description:

The King od Pop! The Society combines new Pop Glass with exclusive Pop Rods for the most potent pop on our roster. Pairing those features with a lightweight Membrain top and 85A Slimewalls, creates the smoothest freestyle deck around. Don’t just take the word of Juuso Laivisto or Aki Hiraoka, see for yourself, this twin was built to go big.

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):
151, 154, 157, 160

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Twin Shape with centred stance
Quadratic sidecut
Thin Con
85A Slimewalls
Carbon Array 5 torsion forks
Pop Rods
Membrain top sheet
Cleave Edge
Pop Glass (Glass with Carbon braid)
Fusion 4000 sintered base

Similar boards: Amplid HiDef - 2010 Artec / Elan Figment - 2010 Nitro Prolight - 2010 Volkl Squad Prime - 2010 Burton T6 - 2010

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Snowboard Review:

I’d been coerced by someone into thinking that Ride’s Society was a fun forgiving ride like the DH. Lets get something straight…it’s not! The Society is an extremely lively pro-line dominator. Faster than Mohammed Ali edge to edge and with an insanely snappy longitudinal flex, this board loves to be railed in every carve geometry you can think of. Blending long and short carves is sooo much fun on the Society. Switch the board rides extremely similarly due to the directional twin shape. On big kickers and up pipe walls the Society will be right at home - taking a high speed railed toe or heel edge carve into a spin and then blasting you into the air is what the Society is all about. From my experiences the Society is unforgiving on landings and shouldn’t be put within a hundred yards of a rail, being uber responsive, misaligning weight on a boardslide or on a landing will result in catching an edge. Really only suitable for advanced high speed pro-line park application!

Posted by Rich Ewbank in • Ride

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What colour is powder?

chris on January 18, 2011 at 10:58 PM

I bought this board a year a go and i have these long orange wavy lines down the middle of my board. what is this?

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