|Type:||All Mountain, Freestyle|
|Core:||Foundation Tuned Core|
|Base:||Extruded, Fusion 1500 Base|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Ride Crush Snowboard
Get your party pants on, because the Ride Crush Snowboard is nothing but pure unbridled fun. Everything you could ever want in an all mountain freestyle snowboard with the added bonus of Slimewall side wall construction, an ultralight weight and durable Membrain top sheet complete with virtually indestructible Cleave Edge construction. The Crush is out for total mountain domination and will let nothing stand. sit or lye in it's way.
- Feel: 3
- Freestyle All Mountain
- Centered Stance
- Thin Con
- LowRize Rocker
- Foundation Tuned Core
- Cleave Edge
- Biaxial Glass
- Fusion 1500 Base
- 2x4 Inserts
|Effective Edge (cm)||115.8||120.8||123.4||125.9|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.7||29.2||29.6||29.8|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.7||29.2||29.6||29.8|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.9||25.1||25.3||25.5|
Super fun, playful and flexi... I really enjoyed shredding it, until the 4th day out, I came in off a landing bad and snapped the board right in half.
Sent the board back to Ride, they denied any warranty claim.
If I was able to ride it more, I'd love it... but being as I only had 4 days out on it, I was totally bummed.
1 year ago
(using sapient bindings)
3 months ago
3 months ago
The 155 rider weight you are in for sure. It is a shorter length which would be great for freestyle/ park riding. If you are mainly free riding and not hitting too many rails and jumps you might want to go a little longer.
I know I out way any board I ride but I like that for jibbing!
If you insist, the 158 would be the way to go.
If you are mostly riding park I would go to the kink.
I have a burton x8 that I think has more pop then this board.
Good Day! This Ride Crush Snowboard uses the standard 4 hole mounting system which will work with any bindings that say: 4x4 or 2x4.
Much of your final decision will be your own personal preference, and the style of boarding you do the most. That said, Ride suggests the 155 would work for you... though I personally think it may be a tad short.
You weight fits better in the weight range of the 147cm Ride Crush Snowboard.