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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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    Love it
    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.
    October 8, 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
    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
    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.

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