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Morrow Radium Snowboard

Morrow Radium Snowboard
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Description: Morrow Radium Snowboard

The Morrow Radium Snowboard was created for a purpose, to allow you to have fun no matter where you can find some snow. Designed with a 360-degree edge protection to let you grind on rails, pipes, or what ever crosses your path without damaging your board. With the Morrow Radius's stiffer tail flex you can really pop up to gain more air and be assured that your board will hold firm as you grind your way down the slopes.

Key Features of The Morrow Radium Snowboard 155cm:
  • Directional shape for both freestyle and freeride performance
  • 360 3D Structural cap provides strength and responsiveness
  • 360 Edge protection, the strongest edge around
  • Full-length Performance Core for a smooth, responsive ride
  • 1000-Grade extruded die-cut base goes fast and tunes faster
  • Radial Sidecut for consistent and smooth turns
  • Stiffer tail flex providing stability and pop
Length (cm) 146 151 155 159 163
Waist Width (cm) 24.3 24.8 25.0 25.2 25.5
Tail Width (cm) 146 151 155 159 163
Sidecut (m) 7.5 7.7 8.0 8.2 8.4
Rider Weight (lbs) 90-150 90-160 100-190+ 120-200+ 130-220+


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Great beginner
I will probably upgrade soon, but this board has been great to learn on. When I first started out I wanted a Burton or Lib Tech, but my parents got me this because of the price. Its actually been great and Im glad I started out with it. It is a slower board, but that hasnt been a big deal for me
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October 8, 2013
Great Board for the Money
Can't beat it for the money. For a beginner board this is perfect. This isn't a board you can over think however. It is a basic board for a basic skill level. It's a good all mountain board but it is a bit stiff.
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February 11, 2015
Wilmington, OH, US
Age: 15-24
1 year ago
Great Board for the price.
Looking for a board that's not crazy expensive but still rides nice? I'd suggest this one. I don't get to snowboard more than twice a year if I'm lucky, so I always want to make each and every run count. With this board, every run was great this year. Gotta say, it was a good season for me.
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March 17, 2015
1 year ago

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Not sure, guess because it was cheap and had a cool look.
Christopher H on Jan 11, 2014
It is a nice board and the brand is amazing!
Diana J R on Oct 23, 2013
My son outgrew his K2 138 so He picked out this board It is a great intermediate board seems to be very durable. The price was excellent shipping was free
william g on Nov 20, 2013
What does directional mean ?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: I'm not the expert by any means! However, I think its that this board is designed to with a specific front and rear of the board (not a true twin tip). Hope that helps!
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is this board okay for a 5'9 165lb guy?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2013
Best Answer: I'm 5'10 floatin around 200. This was my forst board. The 151 was a little short for my liking. But now I actually prefer the size. The only downfall is I wear a size 12 boot and I have some overhang. Nothing that I can't live with. Overall this is a great board to learn on and if I were to have to go back to buy a forst board again, I would buy it again.
Reply · Report · David Y on Nov 30, 2013
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if I wear a size 11, would I have too much over hang on the 155cm board? Plus I'm 6 ft 145lb and not sure if it's a recommended board.
Austin G on Feb 10, 2015
Best Answer: My younger brother is a size 12 and he has the 151cm. He has no control issues while carving hard. He has the bindings set at 15 degrees. The board is slightly heavier than say a freestyle or terrain style board so if you feel you lack leg strength (145lb dudes aren't typically Greek gods of strength) try another board or learn to thrust yourself into rails/jumps. Good luck!
Reply · Report · Scott W on Feb 11, 2015
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Do these come waxed?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2015
Best Answer: Hey,
These answers are good. It will come with a most basic waxing, but will need to be waxed before ridden. That is true for most boards. Basically the more waxing the better for the base.
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