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The Head Pride Snowboard helps you push the limits.

The Head Women's Pride Snowboard gives the progressing shredder an all-mountain board that's ready to kill it from the park to the steeps. This snowboard's poplar core is wrapped with biaxial fiberglass for a forgiving flex that'll make learning to ride a blast. ABS sidewalls dampen vibrations at high speed and give you extra pop when you venture into the park. An extruded base absorbs wax like a sponge yet gives you the durability that'll keep you on the hill all season. A directional twin shape on this Head snowboard gives you better float in powder, and the slightly stiffer tail increases all-mountain versatility. The Pride Snowboard's topsheet'll turn some heads in the lift line too.

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I am trying to sell this snowboard that I...

I am trying to sell this snowboard that I won.. How much is it worth?. brand new , still in plastic wrap.

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well... the 09 version sells for around 223... and so i would saw that it's probably worth a bit less than that... you can always throw it up on craigslist or whatever your local classifieds is and see what people are down to pay...

i dont understand the size measurements,

i dont understand the size measurements,
what weight (of the rider) can this board take?

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It would take a miracle to break this board. It has a high flexabilaty that would allow more weight on the board. I dont know if your an excessive nose or tail presser, but unless you do "wheelies" on your board all the time, your weight shouldnt make a difference/

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152 would be good for 120-140 and 5'5 give or take a little, im not as good with ladies sizes but it depends on what you ride, and personal prefrence...knowing what you size you are/like is a very useful thing to know, weight doesnt really play into a boards durability too much, they are really strong.