An archetype of awesome.
The Ride DH Snowboard is often used to describe other boards. You've heard it around: '… well, it kind of rides like a DH, but …' or 'it feels like a DH except …' The missing ingredient is usually premium tech like SlimeWalls, PopRods 2.0, or Carbon Array 3. The moral of this story is that you don't become an iconic all-mountain assailant that wins awards and gets asked for by name the world over by cutting corners.
- Reputable performance twin for the intermediate to advanced rider
- Traditional camber—if it ain't broke don't fix it
- SlimeWall sidewalls are formulated with a urethane compound to stand up to rails, rocks, and other features to avoid damage and also help to dampen the ride
- Carbon Array 3 technology utilizes criss-crossing bands of carbon that distributes power, increases strength, while maintaining a moderate flex
- Pop Rods 2.0 are urethane-wrapped carbon rods that increase pop but not stiffness, urethane-wrapping dampens chatter and awkward landings
- Fusion 4000 base is made from an incredibly durable and highly porous sintered compound that absorbs wax, resists dings, and hauls ballz
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I am a snowboard instructor and have been returning to this board for the last couple of seasons. I have owned this model the previous Dh and 3 years past. the traditional camber board is hard to find and when you do you cannot beat the quality of this board. I prefer the stiffness which allows for high speed without chatter or vibrations in the board, it holds and edge great and is very responsive in any condistions
2013 Ride DH vs Buckwild Comparison
2013 DH vs Buckwild
A comparison of the two boards