Ride Snowboards, Boots and Bindings from Snowboards.com
Ride pioneered the use of 100% aircraft grade 6061 aluminum alloy on their snowboard bindings back in the 90's. Simply because they think it's the best way to build bindings. Aluminum is lightweight, responsive, durable and allows the binding base to be much thinner and have a smaller footprint than a plastic chassis.
With a commanding presence, the Capo is packed with premium snowboard binding tech including the new louvered design of the Vertigo highback, luxurious Freestyle ankle strap and aluminum Infinity™ chassis for top of the line all mountain freestyle performance. The Ride Capo offers the highest level of support and optimal flex.
Form follows function on the new Michelin® Peak Sole offered on the Ride Insano boots. The Michelin® Peak Sole is the highest quality and most grippy sole Ride makes. Michelin's proprietary outdoor compound offers premium anti-slip rubber with unmatched stability and durability.
Founded in Redmond, WA. in late 1992, Ride hit the market with only four board models and a vision - to create a snowboard company "for the people" built upon technical innovation, superior quality and "selling the dream." With a team of top pro and up-and-coming riders, a strong product line, a zealous ad campaign and quite a bit of hard work, the first few years were a success. Ride snowboards are available in more than 4 models now.