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Ride Arcade LE Snowboard

Ride Arcade LE Snowboard
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Description: Ride Arcade LE Snowboard

The Game of Gnar now has a new high score in the Ride Arcade UL Snowboard. This board features the new Hybrid Twin design which consists of micro-rocker at the tip and tail and micro-camber beneath the feet. Get ready for next-level pop, response and stability with this truly diverse board from your friends at Ride. Pop Rods technology gives you premium olly power that is sure to make your day on the hill far more enjoyable

Key Features of Ride Arcade LE Snowboard:
  • Flex: 8
  • Hybrid Twin
  • UL Steel
  • Pop Glass
  • UL Base
  • 2x4
  • Pop Rods 3.0
  • 85A Slimewalls
  • Carbon Array 5
  • Membrane
  • Silencer 5
  • UL Core
Length (cm) 151 154 157 158W
Effective Edge (cm) 117.8 120.3 122.8 122.8
Tip Width (cm) 29.4 29.7 29.9 30.8
Tail Width (cm) 29.4 29.7 29.9 30.8
Waist Width (cm) 24.9 25.0 25.1 26.0
Sidecut (m) 8.6/7.4/8.6 8.7/7.5/8.7 8.8/7.6/8.8 8.85/7.65/8.85

Arcade LE

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This is a nice step up from Ride Agenda. I have only had ride boards since I started and this is an awesome upgrade. Fast base, good flex, light. You can do anything with this board, and it is at a good price compared to Burton
October 8, 2013
Arcade LE Snowboard
I got the 151 with Burton bindings, ride it goofy. Female, 5' 4", 175 lbs, and it feels better than any other board I've been on. Powers through even the roughest corduroy and ice patches, yet floats on powder (both manmade and real). Love the camber setup under the can grip down or lift up to control speed on flatter/slower areas without having to carve or ride on an edge. Definitely needs some work to tame, doesn't always wanna let you switch from toe to heel side...but that's partly because of its stiffness. However, once you plant the nose where you wanna go, it's making a beeline for that spot. And prior reviews are right-this thing has a very interesting bottom surface that seems to gobble up wax. Overall though, completely thrilled with it. Great for all conditions; have ridden it in slush, ice, fresh groomed, fresh packed, and fresh powder...adapts to whatever condition and seems to keep the same speed. Plus, the lifted tips make it great for moguls and smaller jumps/park features. You want adapts great looking all-around board that will respond to you and your movements, this is it!
December 28, 2014
1 year ago

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Good price for all the qualities I wanted in a board, and it looks great too!
Veronica B on Nov 28, 2014
Good price for all the qualities I wanted in a board, and it looks great too!
Veronica B on Nov 28, 2014
I'm still not sure what the differences are between the UL and LE models of the Arcade, can someone please clarify? Is one board better than the other or are the boards better at doing different things?
Eugene H on Jan 12, 2014

Dustin is right, the only difference between the UL and the Ride Arcade LE Snowboard is the color. The LE is a Limited Edition (LE) colorway. Both the UL and LE have the exact same construction and materials.
yo how do i no what size board to get if im roughly 5,5?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: How much do you weigh? You're weight will give me a better Ride Arcade Snowboard size to suggest.
If I wear a size 11.5 boot should I get the regular or wide board? My bare foot would hang over about a cm on the regular and be even with the wide.
Lenyboy on Oct 11, 2015
You will be in between. If you V your feet a little or ride Burton boots you could potentially ride the regular width board. However, Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider. If you are a bigger or more stout guy you may want a wide for stability.
I use to have the 2014 ride machete gt. Is this arcade much stiffer than the machete gt?
Nick K on Jan 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It's hard for me to say because I haven't ridden the Machete, but in forum comparisons it does rate a bit stiffer than yours. I find that on hard pack/icy conditions, it'll push right through them, where as my previous board would literally wobble and vibrate my whole body over it. I just took it to Killington and Pico, and it carved really well though some hard pack groom, yet it also flexed really well with my body weight when I took it through some trees and ended up in a steep gully...I think it's a matter of matching your body weight to the right size board for the stiffness to really show.