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2016 Ride Compact Snowboard Review

Average Rating:

3.7
2016 Ride Compact Snowboard Best Use: All Mountain Freestyle boards are for carving and the park

All Mountain Freestyle boards are for carving and the park

2016 Ride Compact Snowboard Shape: Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

2016 Ride Compact Snowboard Flex: Soft - great for beginners or park, forgiving and playful

Soft - great for beginners or park, forgiving and playful

2016 Ride Compact Snowboard Rocker: Rocker - a playful forgiving feel with plenty of float

Rocker - a playful forgiving feel with plenty of float

Our Price: $219.95
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Erica's Review Rating:

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Hey guys, I'm Erica and I just got done riding the Ride Compact. I would rate this board a 4 out of 5 stars. This is definitely for that beginner to intermediate level rider or your expert rider for park I would say. It has a low rise rocker to it so it's going to be a catch-free edge going down the hill. It's pretty soft so it's really easy to learn how to do new tricks. Very playful. I really enjoyed riding this board.

 

Megan's Review Rating:

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Hi, I'm Megan. I just got off the Ride Compact. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. This board is for your athletic beginner girl. It's very forgiving in and out of turns. It's very stable at slow speeds. Once you get it up to a little higher speeds, it starts to slip out a little bit. This is definitely a board for your beginner that's learning how to carve. I'd give this board a 4 out of 5 stars.

 

Jenna's Review Rating:

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Hi, I'm Jenna. I just got off the Ride Compact. I give this board 3 out of 5 stars. It's really your board for your entry-level to maybe mid-level girl who is just looking for something real soft flexing that she can take and learn and progress on. I was surprised. I actually rode this in a size too small for me, it's a 143, I'm usually about a 49 or so, and it actually held its edge pretty well when I brought it up to a little bit higher speed. It's not something that you're going to go and carve real hard on or real fast. You will get chatter. But for just cruising around it really makes for a nice board, again, for that girl who may be just learning or starting to progress, maybe wants a fairly soft board she can take into the park.