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It’s basic ergonomics that the toe and heel side of the body are different, why should your sidecuts be the same? The Helix snowboard offers perfect balance in the turn with different radii for each, and allows you to get more out of your turns with less effort.RIDE
It’s basic ergonomics that the toe and heel side of the body are different, why should your sidecuts be the same? The Helix snowboard offers perfect balance in the turn with different radii for each, and allows you to get more out of your turns with less effort.
- Whether you ride goofy or regular is irrelevant on this innovative asymmetric design because your heel side edge is the same regardless of what downhill direction you favor. The Hybrid Twin shape, responsive Pop Rods® 2.0 core and smooth-riding Slimewalls® sidewall all complement the new closely connected feel that the asymmetric Helix has to offer. At the end of the day, it just feels right.
Asymmetrical Hybrid Twin Shape
- Carbon Array 3™ Laminates
- Pop Rods® 2.0 Core
- Hybrid Glass
- Fusion 4000™ Base
- 2x4 Inserts
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Founded in late 1992 in Richmond, the brand Ride has marked the market with only 4 models of boards. In 1994, Ride launched a line of streetwear and outerwear called Cappel Clothing. Today, this line has evolved and become much more technical, offering a fusion between the street fashion and the snowboarding functionality, known as Ride Snowboards Outerwear. In 1995, Ride has launched a collection of snowboard bindings called Preston. The technology used by Preston Bindings has made of the brand one of the best known ones in the industry. The name of Preston was incorporated in the Ride line and today Ride Bindings is the leader on the market of aluminium bindings. In 1995, in parallel to Preston, a new category was born: the snowboarding boots. Today, thanks to their revolutionary characteristics, such as the Body Active Intuition liners, the Ride boots are the lightest and shortest in the market.