Ride Manic Snowboard 2020

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Ride Manic Snowboard 2020

DON'T PANIC, GET A MANIC.

Flex: Soft Flex // Shape: Directional // Profile: Rocker-Camber-Rocker

Don't let the name of this Ride board fool you. Manic doesn't mean unstable, but if you are unstable - the Manic will help you feel more stable at speed and that's a Sam Beauregarde guarantee. It's an all-mountain deck that's awesome for weekend warriors looking for something that they can check off various trails with. Lots of rocker in the tip and tail makes it really floaty and easy to control, while camber connecting the rocker zones gives you total stability to never have you feeling out of control. The Ride Manic is light, fun and forgiving with enough guts to hold even heavier guys on steeper, more icy slopes.  

FAQ

Is this a good board for beginners?

Absolutely. the flat shape of the board makes it almost impossible to catch an edge and will provide a really steady ride that’s perfect for getting into the groove of things. That being said, it’s still got enough power in the construction that if you buy it as your first board now, you won’t feel like you’ve outgrown it and already need a new one in two years. 

At what size should I think about getting a wide board?

In addition to regular width models, the Manic also comes in two wide models: 158 and 161 centimeters. The most important factor in determining if you need a wide model is the size of your boots. If you wear boots that are a size 11 (29 cm) or higher, it’s definitely worth thinking about getting a wider board. The other thing to consider is stance angles, by riding at higher angles (more duck stance) you can mitigate toe drag. If you’re a size 11 boot with a zero angle stance, or a 12+ who rides duck, then a wide board might be the right call.  

Aspen Core

Linear Carbon Rods

Designed by: Ride Snowboards // Built by: K2 Sports, China Factory

TLDR: If you're a beginner snowbaorder that wants their first board, but doesn't want something that you're going to grow out of in one season: this is the move. 

 
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