Go on a powder rampage.
If you've ever watched Jake Blauvelt float a perfect tweaked-out spin off some gnarly natural feature, you know what the Ride Berzerker Wide Snowboard is capable of. The stable yet floaty Hybrid All-Mountain profile and poppy flex offer a stompable, shreddable ride for pow-hungry riders with big boots. The wide version of the Berzerker is recommended for riders with
boots size 11 or larger.
Slimewalls urethane sidewalls absorb impact to smooth the ride when you're ripping through chunder and chop, and they're super tough for added durability. Carbon Array laminates make the board snappy and responsive for complete control in treacherous terrain and tons of pop on ollies. A combination of triax and biax glass keeps the board stiff while still allowing smooth torsional flex for surfy powder turns. It's all finished off with the lightning-fast Fusion 4000 base, which is highly durable to withstand impacts from hidden stumps and rocks.
- Camber with rocker at nose
- Medium flex
- Hybrid Glass with Carbon Array 3 laminates
- Pop Rods 2.0 core
- Slimewalls sidewalls
- Fusion 4000 sintered base
Share your thoughts
Fun board for sure.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I just rode two days at Breck on it and it was a fun board. This was my first board to ride that was not true camber and it's about what I expected. Not as quick edge to edge as other camber boards I've ridden. But it really helps in the deep stuff. I got the 159W and rode it with Burton Malavitas bindings. It's decent switch, and was decent on jumps. Not really a board I would hit rails on but decent on boxes. The base is really fast and tough and the edges seem strong. I'm really a fan of just true camber boards when it comes to park and most days when it's not really deep. This is a good board for when it gets deep and you plan on riding through trees and hitting park all in the same day. The one thing I don't like about this board is if you hit ice. It just plain sucks. Only a board I would bust out for deep days, camber for the rest.