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Cut through any terrain like a hardened jungle commando.

The Ride Machete Wide Snowboard handles business everywhere from park laps to backcountry booter sessions. A floaty Lowrize rocker shape teams up with the poppy Carbon Array 3 layout to deliver a snappy, fun ride that won't punish you while learning new tricks.

  • Lowrize rocker profile uses a large, stable flat zone with rockered tip and tail for extra float and catch-free freestyle fun
  • Urethane Slimewalls resist damage and absorb vibrations for a smoother ride
  • Carbon Array 3 increases pop and energy transmission without making the board feel too stiff
  • Pop Rods 1.0 improve ollie/nollie power
  • Cleave Edges resist dings and blowouts from jibs and rocks

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The Machete slays all

The Machete slays all

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5'11" 170lbs, riding a 157W
I had the 09/10 Machete a few years back and LOVED it. However, the next season brought a great deal on a new board, so I sold it to pay for something new. Worst mistake, ever. After 2 years without it, I had to go back. If you can only have one board in your quiver, let it be this all-mountain-slayer. From the park to the pow, this thing absolutely murders it and at a great price point too. So far this guy has been to all of the Utah resorts, Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole with varying conditions at all. If they ever stop making the Machete, I might have to give up snowboarding.

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Higher-end Jib deck.

I rode the 154W as my primary board this summer riding park on Mt. Hood. It excelled on the rails and jibs, but got a little loose on the bigger jumps and bumpy conditions. More responsive that your average reverse camber, possibly due to the carbon-fiber in the tips, but still felt fairly soft. Its actually a flat camber which I liked on the rails because it had a skateboard like feel.

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If you could change one feature of this board to reduce how loose it was on the bigger jumps and bumpy conditions - what would you do? Would you make it a little stiffer?

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Put a little camber in the mix! However, it's pretty hard to have a one-board quiver. I don't think I would really change anything about the Machete, because it performed very consistently on the rails and mid-size features which is exactly what I expected. If someone wanted more response or stability on bigger features that the camber would provide, the Machete GT would be the answer.

2013 Machete vs Machete GT

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A comparison of the two boards