Up to 30% Off Select Spring '14 Apparel

Live Chat or 1.877.364.3865

0

Available Colors/Styles
Detail Pics

Description

For shredders who love riding park, but hate washing out.

The Ride DH Snowboard’s classic cambered profile helps you boost the jump line higher than the rest of the park rats riding limp-tailed rocker boards. Internal Pop Rods and a strategic fiberglass layout deliver a jib-friendly flex that won’t crap out at mind-bending speeds.
  • Camber shape offers proven, reliable high-speed stability and ollie power
  • Carbon Array 3 in binding zones improves edge bite and toe-to-heel transitions on hard snow
  • 85A urethane Slimewalls absorb edge impacts from rails, logs, children, etc.
  • Thicker-than-normal Cleave Edges resist dings and blowouts
  • Carbon-wrapped urethane Pop Rods 2.0 increase (you guessed it) pop, and help soften uneven landings

Share your thoughts

What do you think of the

Ride DH Snowboard

? Share a...

Write a review

No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

  • Product review:
  • Share a video
  • Share a photo

How familiar are you with the product?(Optional)

Invalid filetype.

Save

Your community contributions

2 5

heart broken

have owned 3 of these boards and have broken 3 in a row in the same way, each cracked near the nose or tail, right in front of the binding mount. My theory for this is the thin construction in the nose and tail to allow for a flexible, noodley board. either way these boards are fun to ride but have limited lifespans and ultimately your wallet will turn on you. Not recommended unless you are rich or under 60kg

Unanswered Question

hi i'm 5,4 and 101 lbs i'm small :P but i...

Posted on

hi i'm 5,4 and 101 lbs i'm small :P but i was just wondering if i would be big enough for the 151?

i have been riding for 1 year, love pow,...

Posted on

i have been riding for 1 year, love pow, gettin into the park. good board for me?

Responded on

This board is more for park then pow, so i would suggest more on an inbetween board.

Responded on

This board is more for park then pow, so i would suggest more on an inbetween board.

what bindings would be best for this...

Posted on

what bindings would be best for this board?

Responded on

I personally dont think boards should be matched with specific bindings, but thats just me, i like Burton Customs because there cheap, reliable, and if something breaks, you can find replacment parts easy! But if your into union or Ride, use them, whatever bindings you like, use them, thats what i think man.

5 5

Go to board for Ride Pros

The DH has been a go to for the pros on the Ride Snowboard team for years. They love it so much that they haven't allowed Ride to make any major changes to it.

The DH is a medium flexing board that can handle the entire mountain and destroy the terrain park. The DH is able to do this because of the:

* Carbon Array 3 in the nose and tail. This tech pulls the energy you transfer from your bindings to the board all of the way out to your contact points. This gives you control and stability when you point the board down the hill. But by keeping the carbon in the nose and tail, the board stays playful in between your feet.

* PopRod 2.0 in the nose and tail. This tech helps you load up a ton of energy in your nose and tail and you get a ton of pop so that you can get up on to those rails/boxes with confidence and olly of the lips of jumps with ease.

*85A slimewalls give you durability. Lets face it, you're probably going to slam this deck into rails, boxes, tree stumps, etc... The slimewalls is a polyurethane sidewall that flexes naturally with your deck for a better feeling under foot, but is also going to take those beatings against rails.

*Cleave Edge - When you slide down a metal rail, your edge heats up from the metal on metal friction. When you hop off the rail and your hot metal edge hits the snow it is vulnerable to cracking with the instant cooling. Cleave Edge is 50% thicker then your average metal edge and when this happens you have a better chance of riding away without a cracked edge.

*Sintered base that is hard and fast in all snow conditions. So when your buddies are stuck on the flats, in slush, etc... you'll be cruising by them with a shit eating grin on your face.

The DH is a great board for any rider that loves to ride the terrain park but is also looking for performance around the rest of the mountain. If you have a size 11 boot or bigger and it doesn't have a reduced footprint you should take a look at the DH Wide.

what kind of flex does this guy have?

Posted on

what kind of flex does this guy have?

Responded on

Ride gives these a 6 of 10 on their flex-meter. 10 being the stiffest.

Unanswered Question

hey
i like ridin big 40-55 foot jumps
and...

Posted on

hey
i like ridin big 40-55 foot jumps
and i like to press
looking for a board easy to press and good for those type of jumps
i way 115lbs
is this board for me
does it chip easy
or delaminate easy
thanks

Unanswered Question

hey
i like rdin big 40-55 foot jumps
and...

Posted on

hey
i like rdin big 40-55 foot jumps
and i like to press
looking for a board easy to press and good for those type of jumps
i way 115lbs
is this board for me
thanks

how is this board for pressing
easy or...

Posted on

how is this board for pressing
easy or hard
i way 115lbs

Responded on

The DH has 2.0 pop rods: these are two carbon strips that are in the nose and tail to make the board have more pop. this also makes it a little stiffer but the rebound is sick. if you are looking for a super soft and flexy board nitro has a few like the rook and the haze.

Unanswered Question

how is this board for pressing
easy or...

Posted on

how is this board for pressing
easy or hard
i way 115lbs

5 5

Best Board

I love this board. I had a DH from a few years back which got stolen a couple seasons ago; i bought a k2 parkstar to replace it last season. I had to go back to the DH this season and its by far the best board ive owned, and i have worked at several board shops so i've had lots of boards. Its good for everything, there hasnt been anything i havent been able to ride while on this board. Recommend it %100.

5 5

The bee's knees

I've been on the DH since they first came out and it blows my mind that every year Ride continues to improve this board! The PopRods make it so you can jump skiers with ease and the Slimewalls and Membrane topsheet soak up the chatter to make this one of the smoothest boards I've ever ridden. It kills it all over the mountain. Sometimes I let my friends ride mine and usually they don't want to give it back! It's that good!

The bee's knees
DH in action

DH in action

Posted on

Gives you stability at high speeds and lands relatively soft. Overall it is a great board, rode this one for three years... If I didn't blow out a sidewall I would still be riding it.

5 5

2011 DH!!!!!

i just got this board i rode last years and loved it and this board is just sick love the graphic im pumped to ride this board