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SKU-9854rdckw17zz-ride-snowboards Ride Crook Wide Snowboard from Altrec  sku

Ride Crook Wide Snowboard - 9854rdckw17zz-ride-snowboards by Ride

Item description: This Hiking Snowboards product is by Ride - A twin rocker profile that will lap the park all day. A team favorite for street features and filming video parts. This board is at home in the rail line, or hitting jumps. Slimewalls will give you some high-speed vibration dampening if you want to get out and shred the rest of the mountain. This board is for you if you want a good value that will take a beating. A board that is fully at home in the park, but versatile enough to chase babes around the hill. br / br / Artist: Brian Romero br / Crook - A person who is dishonest or a criminal. Taking a step back, Ride brought on Brian Romero to design a graphic that directly communicates the Crook board. Brian''s graphic history supported the identity of what this series could be. "I''ve always been this rebellious nature, and enjoyed making pictures that upset people. It''s a weird power to have to use a piece of paper and pencil and piss people off with it." [The Hundreds interview] Tapping into RIDE''s DNA from past team series models, Romero created a size run of base graphics with a variety of characteristically crooked figures. Twin Rocker Profile Slimewalls Foundation Core Biaxial Glass Fusion 1500 Base 2x4 Inserts Topless Construction Brian Romero Graphic Feel: 3/10... Learn More

Manufacturer: Ride

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$327.95

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