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Your best ally in your all-mountain freestyle arsenal.

With a directional twin shape for all-mountain freestyle riding, and a Banana Technology rocker for added stability and a free feel, the Roxy Women’s Ally BTX Snowboard is your best friend on the mountain. Whether you’re practicing switch riding, or working on stomping a new trick, the Ally BTX Snowboard has the features you need to make freestyle magic.

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i was wondering if this board is compatible...

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i was wondering if this board is compatible with these bindings? >> http://www.backcountry.com/roxy-team-snowboard-binding-womens i'm new at the whole snowboarding thing & just want to know before i order! anh suggestion bindings would be apprechiated if these dont work !

My girlfriend wants a board and this is...

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My girlfriend wants a board and this is her favorite. She is 5' tall and about 130 lbs. She is very athletic. I was thinking of a 143 or even the 147 for her. What do you think?

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I would go with the 143. I am 5'4" and ride a 145. She would probably be able to get away with riding the 147 however since she is shorter it would be easier for her to handle a 143 and she will probably progress a little faster with the 143.

I'm wondering about the length that I...

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I'm wondering about the length that I SHOULD GET.I'm 5'2'' and 130 lbs. The chart says 152cm , but my dealer is saying 143cm.

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try to get one in between the two sizes. or go to : http://www.snowboardlengthcalculator.com/
to get an accurate one , but it's more of a personal choice