The Ride Ruckus Snowboard beats paying for a babysitter.
- Thin Con construction reduces swing weight for faster spins and improved maneuverability
- ABS Sidewall absorbs impacts and vibrations and is durable enough to withstand rails for days
- Foundation Tuned Core delivers pop, stability, and flex
- Biaxial Glass provides a lively yet forgiving ride for progressing groms
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its pretty sick board, and great for me, who is a tall but light guy. im 5'11 but only weigh 130 and i ride the 142 comfortably, even though its 10 pounds outside the maximum weight recommendation =/. anyways, its a sick board, handles reaaal nice. good pop, nice flex. great all over the mountain. i really enjoy riding this board. another great board coming out of ride. i hope i see a day when i can ride the dh though =[. dream board. but yea, ruckus is a sick board, for a sick price. you wont be dissatisfied.
this board is the next level for any kid out there that is showing all of the riders in the park how it is done... come on, we all know these little groms... they are throwing down harder than all of us old guys ever did and are the future of snowboarding... they can land anything and do it in style... this board can keep up with that kid... a full wood core gives this board the stability to hit any hand rail and any jump out there... a radial sidecut gives this board a nice predictable ride that wont slam your kid down when he doesnt come down perfect... a biaxial glass, means that this board will handle all the punishment that they can give it without making it too stiff.. so be comfortable knowing that you are giving your grom the best of the best...
with sticker (i know its gonna come off but for now it was the only place i could put it. and it looks sick!)