|Type:||Freeride, All Mountain|
|Camber:||Rocker, LowRize Rocker|
|Core:||Performance Tuned Core|
|Base:||Extruded, Fusion 4000 Base|
|Stance Setback:||1.9 cm|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Ride Wild Life Snowboard
The Ride Wild Life Snowboard is the go to shred stick for serious riders. Built with a Thin Con construction, Slimewalls, Carbon Array 3 and Hybrid Glass making this baby lighter, stronger and more responsive than the competition. The Wild Life also caters to the rider who wants to tackle the whole mountain in one day with its Low Rize Rocker in the nose and a Flat Line Rocker profile between the feet and tail, which serves up plenty of float without losing and stability and control on the hard pack. Why not have your cake and eat it too? You can, with the Wild Life.
- Feel: 8
- All Mountain
- 3/4" Setback Stance
- Thin Con
- All Mountain Rocker
- Carbon Array 3
- Performance Tuned Core
- Hybrid Glass
- Linear Carbon
- Fusion 4000 Base
- 2x4 Inserts
|Effective Edge (cm)||117.8||120.3||122.8||125.4||127.9|
|Tip Width (cm)||29.4||29.7||30||30.3||30.7|
|Tail Width (cm)||29.4||29.7||30||30.3||30.7|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.8||25||25.2||25.4||25.7|
The top is sweet how you can see the wood core through the paint. Get one you will enjoy it thoroughly.
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As for the board, it's great for all mountain carving. Stiff response, great float, good on corduroy, and fast as hell. HOWEVER, if you plan on hitting the parks, boxes, kickers, rails, butter tricks, etc. this is NOT the board for that. It's good to have a couple boards to fit what you're doing that day, and the conditions.
Realistically, I would think you'll be happy on the 158. One reviewer is 230lbs riding a 161 and likes it.
In short the Wild Life has rocker from the inserts to the tip and tail. Between the inserts you'll have a flat rocker.
Boards 161cm+ in length with waist widths wider than 25.8cm would be best for you.
Check out all the board that would work best for you HERE: http://www.the-house.com/snbd-wide-snowboards.html?nocache=1&refine.size=161-163.5
It all depends upon your boots. If you're rocking a very slim boot then you may be ok but it's always better to play it safe.