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M3 Free Snowboard - Womens

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Description: M3 Free Snowboard - Womens

The M3 Free Snowboard is a great choice for those looking to advance their riding ability or someone just entering the sport. Encompassing a full wood core and a Triaxial fiberglass top sheet, the Free forks over a lightweight, strong, durable ride. Along with a one year warranty, the Free delivers a sound piece of mind while you are on the mountain.

Key Features of the M3 Free Snowboard:
  • Directional Twin
  • Camber
  • Cap Construction
  • Dimensions
    Length (cm) 155 158
    Effective Edge (cm) 122 123
    Tip Width (cm) 29.6 29.8
    Waist Width (cm) 25 25.3
    Tail Width (cm) 29.6 29.8


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    I agree with others who say this is a great first board. I ride it a bit bigger for the snow out here and love it. It is pretty cheap but it is still built well and is super stable.
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    October 7, 2013

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    i had a friend help me find one that would work for was the only girls board, in my size, that i liked enough to buy
    Kendra R on Nov 17, 2013
    if I'm 5'4 what size board should i get?
    A shopper on Oct 15, 2014
    Best Answer: Boards are usually sized for weight not necessarily height. You can look up a chart on the web. Hope this helps
    Reply · Report · Dan H on Oct 17, 2014
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    there is mixed information regarding how to select board size.
    ive been reading chin to shoulder height., then depending on ability and weight.
    im beginner boarder aqvid skiier 172cm 50-55kg
    ive been seeing twin directional direction on forums that they're good for learner other say no
    . and what is sidewall type best for beginer??just a mountain board
    suepoo on Jul 21, 2015
    Best Answer: Hi Sue,

    A boards length is greatly determined by the riders weight, not height. You fit within the weight range of most boards between 140cm-147cm.

    As for shapes, most directional and twin directional boards are meant to be ridden a majority of the time with the nose pointed down hill, combine that shape with a hybrid profile (Flying V, BTX, etc..) and you have a great board to learn on.

    A board's sidewall construction varies slightly. Cap walls are very smooth and soft, whereas slant wall construction has a little more rigidity and sturdiness to it.
    Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 22, 2015
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