The kind of addiction that actually takes you somewhere worthwhile.
In the '80s, crushin' it had a totally different connotation, but today it means totally crushin' the park on the Ride Crush Snowboard. And hey, you even get the same playful feeling when you venture into steep fields of deep snow with the help of Ride's oh-so-buttery LowRize rocker.
- LowRize rocker profile raises contact points at tip and tail to reduce edge hang-ups and improve pow float, while still maintaining pop
- MemBrain urethane-infused textile topsheet drops weight in half without sacrificing durability
- Biaxial fiberglass wrap delivers a soft, forgiving flex ideal for park riding
- Thin Con wood core thins out towards the tip and tail, reducing overall swing weight and increasing response
- Foundation Tuned Core features a tip-to-tail wood core for durability, flex, and camber
- Cleave Edges use 50% more steel to resist dings and blowouts; the beefier edge also gives you flexibility with tuning
- Skate-inspired 85A urethane Slimewalls absorb edge impacts when you raise the crush-it factor
- Fusion 1500 extruded base is tough as nails and easy to repair
Share your thoughts
the ride crush sounds good but im torn between this board and the arbor draft. i would good get the arbor draft right away except that ive heard that it scratches way to easy and i want a board thats gonna last me a while so which one should i get and does the arbor draft actually scratch that easy?
pretty good board except its a little stiff especially for a rocker park board. more like 4.5 than 3. if you get this board definitely go a size or two smaller. but other than that its pretty good.