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Improve your skills at lightning speed while riding the Ride Women's Solace Snowboard.

Want a lightweight board that's easy to turn but has enough torsional stability to take your skills to the next level? Take the Ride Women's Solace Snowboard for a spin. With a radial sidecut and directional shape, this entry-level deck begs you to turn it. While the Solace is super light, it's no wimp. Ride gave it biaxial and carbon laminates to handle speed and land jumps. The carbon laminates also lend the board amazing pop, allowing you to perfect ollies and spring out of turns. ABS sidewalls and an easy-to-repair extruded base make the Solace Snowboard last through multiple seasons, so you won't have to buy a board every year. * Base colors vary. We can't control what color you'll get, but we're sure you'll be stoked.

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5 5


I rode the solace all last year in Colorado's powder and loved it! As a newby to powder, and kinda newby to snowboarding in general this board seemed like the perfect combo of flex while still offering control. Although I don't have much to compare it to, I am very happy with this board as an entry board that won't break the bank while still able to keep up as I improve. I logged in almost every other weekend for 3 months of snow and board held up great... even though I gave it a beating.!

4 5

Fun Board, Made for Progression

I am writing this on behalf of my lady, who has ridden this board for a couple years now. This board had helped her progress from greens/blues to blue/blacks and the occasional double. it's her first choice for powder and she digs how well it floats. It smooths out the choppiness of late powderday runs, and she feels it is pretty stable at higher speeds, even though it is lighter than her daily driver board.


I want to be able to go fast . Is This...

I want to be able to go fast . Is This board stable at high speeds?

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This board has a 1500 Extruded base, it's not the fastest base Ride produces, but if you keep it waxed it won't be too bad. If you really want to go Fast check out the Canvas as it has a True Colored Sintered base which is one of the fastest Ride produces.

Just wondering what size board I should...

Just wondering what size board I should go with? I am approx 5'2 and still probably beginner to intermediate stage. Thanks!

5 5

Love it

Love the board! I have the 146cm at 5'5. I am a beginner, and LOVE this board. Although I don't have too much to compare this board to, I've got no complaints yet. I think this board is perfect if you're still learning like me.

5 5

Love this board!

This was a board that was recommended to me as a beginner. It was a great board to learn on, and I quickly progressed. I had only been boarding twice before getting the Solace, and by the end of my 4th day (2nd day total on this board) I was comfortable going down blues and linking turns. While I've definitely taken a few hard spills on this board - a board isn't going to make you a better rider instantly, but it certainly helps with progression - overall I feel like I have a lot of control in turning, stopping and maintaining my speed over flat spots. What's nice about this board is that it's more of an advanced beginner-intermediate board, so while it was easy to learn on, I know I can use it for a few more years. Awesome graphics is a plus! PS - Backcountry.com is great, so glad I bought it from them!!

Is this board universal to all bindings?

Is this board universal to all bindings?

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yes this board will work with %99.9 percent of bindings on the market, only bindings that will not work are Burton EST bindings, so steer clear of those and you are golden to put whatever binders in here you want

5 5

No problems

Labeled as directional but with my wife's 34 cm stance width I was able to make it twin control since she's goofy foot. Very lite. Rides well. Moderate kimber/flex.