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Ride Buck Up 2015 Snowboard - 158

£439.99 £309.99 (Save £130.00)

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Listen up park patrons, it's time to buck up and put this workhorse park snowboard to the test. Ride engineers worked closely with Seb Toots to build a snowboard that's easy to ride out of the wrapper, yet maintains high-level performance to slay slopestyle comps and turn out new tricks day after day. Featuring the Hybrid Twin board shape, Popwalls™ sidewall technology, Membrain® top sheet, and a long list of tech that make the Ride Buck Up Snowboard the cream of the crop when it comes to pop and response. Style: Park Shape: Hybrid Stance: Centered Feel: 5/10 Construction: Popwalls™ Sidewalls Membrain® Top Sheet Hybrid Twin Shape Carbon Array 5™ Laminates Cleave Edge™ Steel Hybrid Glass Fusion 4000™ Base Performance Tuned™ Core 2x4 Inserts

Buy any Snowboard and get a FREE Route One Wheelie Snowboard Bag, worth £69.99! Click here and add both the board and the bag to your basket to get this offer. Please Note: We are unable to send this product on a Next Day Delivery service. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Genuine Customer Reviews

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Date Posted:

6th May, 2015


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Previously had a Ride DH2 and loved it. Buck Up is slightly heavier and stiffer; because of this and having normal camber again I found it more stable when hitting larger kickers.

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