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The bigger the feet, the bigger the drops.

Not only does the Ride Wide Crush Snowboard accommodate your size-13s, this board is packed with more goodies than a Mexican piñata. Ride made this tool of destruction with the LowRize Rocker and Radial BlendZ sidecut to give you a hook-free, buttery-smooth ride that pops like a neon sign in a candle-lit room. The Membrain top-sheet reduces weight to increase your ups, and the impact-absorbing 85A Slimewalls keep your huge drops from buckling your knees.

  • Thin Construction features tapered tips and tails, reduced swing weight, enhanced tip flex, and the sidewall runs past the effective edge
  • 85A Slimewalls add forgiveness by absorbing impacts rather than defending against them
  • Membrain top sheet uses Urethane infused fabric top sheets to reduce weight by more than half when compared to traditional top sheets
  • LowRize Rocker has a flat profile underfoot that rockers at the contact points, lifting them just enough to prevent hooking without sacrificing pop
  • The tip-to-tail wood Foundation Tuned Core provides durability while retaining flex
  • Cleave Edge sports nearly 50% more steel to resist edge-cracking
  • Fusion 1500 Base repairs and absorbs wax easily

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5 5

very nice

Have only gotten to ride it a few times, but its been great so far. Hit my first jumps in the park with it and it was very forgiving, smooth landings. Great for buttering too, although I need to work on those skills.. Really enjoying it so far.

Any suggestions on some good bindings to...

Any suggestions on some good bindings to go with the ride crush?

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You can always go for a ride binding because they always fit tru to their boards. I personally have a pair of '10 Union Contacts and they are soooo sick. I guess depending on what you mainly ride would make the decision on what to get. But anything in Unions line-up is dope, especially the Data's or Force's(both are great all around bindings). If you are gonna go for a Ride binding tho, go for something along the line of the CAD's, Delta's or Beta's

4 5

Wide Kink, w/Rocker

Are you a fan of the Kink but are looking for something that is just as soft and playful, but with fewer hangups on boxes and rails?

The Crush has moved over from Ride's DFC collection into their regular lineup. The Crush has all of the features that you will find on the Kink, with two additions. The Crush features Ride's lowrize rocker, the board is flat between the binders out past the inserts. Then the tip and tail rocker up 4mm virtually eliminating catching your edges when you're having boxe and rail sessions.

It also features Ride's Membrain topsheet, which is about 1/2 pound lighter than a traditional topsheet. The wide model is intended for a size 11+ snowboard boot, if you're boot size is smaller make sure to check out the regular model.

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if u wear a 11.5 u shouldnt get the reg 156 then? n is the wide harder to maneuver

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Well anything past size 11 is getting a little tight on a reg width board. I have a size 12 boot and I can't fit on anything skinnier than a 255mm waist, unless I want to have my feet rediculously duck'ed out. And the wide board isn't harder to get around, its just a little different feel. The transition from edge to edge is a little slower due to having a wider board,the weight of the deck might be a little heavier, and the flex pattern will be a little different(like if you're used to pressing out a box at a certain angle, it might be a little different angle with a wider deck). But other than that, there is no difference between them