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For those who like it kinky.

Light up triple-kinked rails, battleship boxes, and jump lines with the buttery feel of the Ride Kink Wide Snowboard. This wide-waisted twin gives big-footed freestylers a stable platform for buttering, jibbing, and launching small to medium-sized jumps, thanks to its mellow flex, impact-absorbing Slimewalls, and predictable handling.

Its Twin Rocker Shape is flat through most of its running length. There's actually micro camber underfoot, but it's so subtle that you won't really notice any difference from riding a flat-camber board. The result of this mostly-flat profile is a surprisingly stable board that allows you to set-up for jump and jib lines with plenty of confidence. Adding just a bit of rocker, the nose and tail rise up ever-so-slightly for a skate-like feel that won't catch when you're jibbing, buttering, and dorking around the park.

Stomp landings with authority and lock into grinds with the help of Ride's famous Slimewalls. These urethane sidewalls dampen harsh vibrations and shock when you're jibbing and cruising the mountain, making for a one smooth ride. Plus, these urethane sidewalls take one hell of a beating, allowing you to grind to your heart's content without prematurely blowing up your sidewalls. Throw in Ride's extra-thick Cleave Edge Steel and you won't have to worry so much about thrashing your park deck on jibs and freestyle features.

  • Twin Rocker Shape
  • Foundation Tuned core (full wood)
  • Biax fiberglass
  • Slimewalls
  • Cleave Edge Steel
  • Fusion 1500 extruded base

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