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You probably know Torah Bright from, among other things, her 2010 Olympic gold medal. She knows precisely what it takes to raise the bar for women's riding, so for the past few years, Roxy has been developing her pro model Eminence C2 BTX women's snowboard. In that time, this powerful freestyle ripstick has racked up almost as many awards as Torah herself. That's thanks in part to the C2 BTX profile, which blends grippy Magne-Traction edges with an all-terrain rocker/camber blend that's just as comfortable in a superpipe as sending pillow lines. This is a deck that's tailor-made for women who tear up everything in their way.

The Eminence runs on Roxy's C2 BTX profile. Basically, it's rockered between the feet, for tons of deep snow float, and there's camber in the tip and tail for stomping landings and locking into euro-carves. It gets better with Magne-Traction edges, which place seven strategic bumps along the edges, giving you a bunch of grip, even on icy pipe walls. The twin shape makes it ride exactly the same, switch or regular, for twice the tricks. The Bio Beans topsheet is not only made from renewable materials, but it's sparkly, so you know it's good. The Columbian Gold core uses super-light, sustainably harvested wood for a powerful ride. Vectran fibers radiate out from the insert pack for even more response. The sintered 9900 base is highly porous and holds tons of wax, making it one of the fastest base materials around. Best of all, you can rest easy knowing that your snowboard was built in an environmentally conscious facility by snowboarders with jobs.

  • Torah Bright pro model
  • C2 BTX profile
  • Twin shape
  • Magne-Traction edges
  • Bio Beans sparkle topsheet
  • Vectran fiber stringers
  • Columbian Gold core
  • Sintered 4400 base
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