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Team riders Alexis Waite, Erin Comstock, and Amber Stackhouse all pick up the Roxy Women's Ollie Pop Snowboard when they hit the terrain park. Add your name to the list and see why they dig this twintip park- and rail-destroying machine. Sandwich construction, a lightweight aspen core, and a women's-specific flex pattern makes this freestyle super strong and gives it tons of pop and a low swing-weight. A radial sidecut makes turn initiation easy and predictable so you can set up for your next trick with confidence. Roxy gave this freestyle board a wide centered stance for control on the rails and a wax-absorbent sintered base makes it easy to maintain.

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Seems like this is a great board for the...

Seems like this is a great board for the park, but how does it perform in backcountry and regular groomed runs? I am looking for a board to advance my skills in the park, but I don't want a "park only" board. Anyone got advice?

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this is going to be a park specific board. So when it comes to groomers, backcountry, trees, ect ... this board is going to have to much flex. I would recommend getting an all mountain freestyle board if you are looking for something that you can take in the park and in the backcountry. A board you should check out is the Gnu B-Real snowboard. It is going to be more of an all mountain freestyle board. You will be able to progress in the park and on powder days you wouldn't need to switch boards. The B-Real board uses Mervin A.5 Aspen core which is going to give you a ton of pop and a lot of control on rails, but its not going to decrees this boards performance all over the mountain. Check it out...http://www.backcountry.com/store/GNU0076/Gnu-B-Real-Snowboard-Womens.html

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yeah ollie pop!

I got my board stolen last winter. It was a liberty carbon palmer. I was really depressed because I'm not good, as in I strongly dislike having to get used to a new board. Buuuut, I got the Ollie Pop and fell in love with it. It has the perfect amount of flex whether you're riding the park, pipe, or just riding the hill! If you're a smaller girl and have a harder time olliing onto rails then this is for sure the board for you!

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Ollie Pop 08

this board was so much fun to ride, it is so light, it doesn't feel like anything when you're ollying. loved it, just wished i didn't break my 141. maybe go for the larger size if you are a little hard core like me. haha