Ride Society UL - 2011

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The Society has always been a serious board for experienced freestyle snowboarders and this years offering is no different… well almost no different. The Ride Society UL for 2011 has a cambered profile, Ride’s Pop Rods 3.0 system and Carbon Array 5 reinforcements meaning it is a very poppy powerful board designed for riding big transitions at high speeds, the difference for 2011 is even lighter construction and two extra initials. If you’re an aggressive, experienced rider looking for a powerful board to ride Pipe and big jumps it’s worth shortlisting the Society UL.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Society UL snowboard features Pop Rods 3.0 for the most potent pop on our roster. Combined with the new Hempbrain top sheet for lighter weight and less waste, smooth riding 85A Slimewalls, and the latest list of ultra light techs, the Society UL snowboard has all the makings for the smoothest freestyle twin around.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding Very high cost snowboard Camber construction Twin shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 154, 157, 160

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park

Specifications:

Thin Con construction
85A Slimewalls
Carbon Array 5 reinforcement
UL Core with inbuilt dampening stringers
Pop Rods 3.0 reinforcement
Hempbrain topsheet
UL Steel edges
Pop Glass laminates
Camber profile
UL Base high grade sintered base
Centered stance
FLEX 8/10

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Ride Society UL

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What colour is powder?

sam on January 18, 2011 at 07:52 PM

ride society or dh2.4 vs. k2 turbo dream or slayblade for a intermediate-advanced rider who loves to ride powder but also wants to really progress in the pipe this season, but to this point has done more pow riding than anything else and hasn’t done a lot of serious pipe riding before. any other board suggestions would be welcome, thanks

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