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Ride Twinpig Snowboard

SKU: R1902010
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Ride Twinpig Snowboard

Twice the fun, on twice the pig. The Twinpig Snowboard from Ride caters to the shredder who wants to carve switch and blast off stylish sidehits all over the mountain, all season long. Boasting a wider tip and tail that creates an irresistible shevel shape, the Twinpig yearns to take on groomers, powder and park in style and confidence. Sing it and then bring it with the control, precision and power offered from the Twinpig Snowboard from Ride.


Base: Stone Ground Sintered Base for durability, strength and speed
Binding Compatibility: 2 x 4 Inserts
Core: Foundation™ Core for reliable flex and pop through tip to tail Aspen wood core construction
Edges: Cleave Edge™ Steel prevents edge cracking
Laminates: Hybrid Glass with Double Impact Plates for balanced flex and stiffness with incredible durability
Rocker Type: Twin Hybrid Rocker
Shape: Asymmetric Shape provides optimal heelside performance with unparalleled balance when turning heelside or toeside
Sidecut: Quadratic Sidecut provides easy direction shifts and smooth edge transitions
Sidewalls: Roll-In Slimewall® increases board strength, reduces weight and prevents topsheet damage
Topsheet: Topless Construction reduces weight and improves durability all around




All-mountain models are the daily drivers of snowboards. And because they’re for riders who ride the whole mountain in every condition, they’re typically designed to be capable on and off the trail—on groomers, in powder, and helping you adapt in variable conditions. But they’re not experts in any one terrain and there isn’t just one type of all- mountain board. The key is determining what type of riding you do most and then choose your go-to model.
Often shorter in length and featuring a true twin shape, freestyle boards are built for riders who spend most of their time in the terrain park and the halfpipe. (They’re also well-suited to urban riding where rails and jib features make freestyle riding a dream.) To keep these boards poppy and playful, many models feature traditional camber or flat camber profiles (but all-mountain freestyle may feature some form of hybrid camber profile to make the board more versatile).


Twin shapes (sometimes called true twins) are symmetrical tip to tail, including their flex pattern. The twin shape allows for bindings to be mounted more centrally too, making twin models well suited to freestyle riding where spinning and riding switch is most common.
Asymmetrical shapes are growing in popularity in the snowboard community. Just as the name implies, the heel and toe sidecut profiles aren’t the same on asymmetrical boards. The theory is that riders don’t use their heel and toe edges the same, so the edges themselves don’t have to be identical. These boards often have a longer toe edge and shorter heel edge to account for the fact the many riders have a tougher time turning on their heel edge than their toe edge.
These newer shapes may even have asymmetrical cores, which could mean a stiffer, more precise core material on the toe side of the board and a softer, more forgiving core material on the heel side.


A softer board will be more forgiving and better for beginners and more playful for those who ride more park and freestyle or are light weight.
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