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Ride Warpig Snowboard (Closeout) 2022

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Ride Style
All Mountain
Versatile boards, ideal for riding all conditions across the entire mountain
Profile
Directional Flat with Rocker
A powder-oriented profile with a surfy ride quality
Shape
Directional
Designed to ride in your usual stance with a longer nose than tail
Flex
Medium
Stability, response and control that’s well suited for most types of riding
Overview

The Warpig is a battle-tested all-mountain slasher featuring a directional rocker profile that is perfect for intermediate and advanced riders who want to turn the slopes into their own personal playground. This is our best selling Ride board year after year because its short, wide, floaty nature makes it fun and easy to ride in all conditions and allows bigger riders the comfort and maneuverability of a smaller board.

Features
Key Features
  • Directional Rocker
  • Bi-Radial Sidecut
  • Carbon Slim Walls®
Core
  • Performance™ Core
  • Thin Construction Tapered Tips
Laminates
  • Hybrid Triax/Biax Fiberglass
  • Carbon Array 3 Carbon Stringers
  • Double Impact Plates
Base
  • Sintered Base
Details
  • Cleave Edge™
  • 3 Year Warranty
Key Features

Directional Rocker - Featuring rocker in the nose and a camber zone extending under the feet and through the tail.

Bi-Radial Sidecut - Combines a tight radius at the tip to provide quick, effortless turn initiation, with a wide radius at the tail to support a smooth and stable turn exit, this sidecut design maximizes grip while minimizing any loss of speed.

Carbon Slim Walls® - Further improving on Ride's revolutionary Slim Wall® technology, Carbon Slim Wall® integrates a full-length carbon urethane-composite laminate that provides additional edge hold and energy transfer over their traditional Slim Wall®.

Core

Performance™ Core - High strength Aspen is combined with Bamboo and lightweight Paulownia wood to decrease weight while increasing strength.

Thin Construction Tapered Tips - ALL Ride boards feature tapered tips and tails to reduce swing weight and enhance tip flex.

Laminates

Hybrid Triax/Biax Fiberglass - A layer of triaxial fiberglass on top of the board with biaxial on the base balances torsion and stiffness for better response at speed. Ride takes stitched glass to new levels and tailors it to each board's needs. Their unique glass designs are flatter and more consistent, which increases strength and prevents gaps or stretching that can be found in woven glass.

Carbon Array 3 Carbon Stringers - 3 widespread carbon stringers are placed at the binding zone to gather input from any stance width and all pressure angles. Rider input is then channeled to the opposing contact point for maximum board control.

Double Impact Plates - Added underneath each binding area to improve compressive strength and prevent board breaks where it matters most. Offered in two levels, single and double.

Base

Sintered Base - This high end sintered 4000 Ptex base material is more durable, harder and faster than extruded.

Details

Cleave Edge™ - Nearly 50% more steel, delivers unmatched resistance to edge cracking and can be de-tuned to larger radii for extra smooth delivery.

3 Year Warranty - Covered under manufacturer warranty for 3 years from the time of purchase. Warranty includes structural defects only and DOES NOT cover impact damage, abuse, misuse or normal wear and tear expected from aggressive riding.

Sorry folks, but bashing your board on a rock or rail does not qualify as a "manufacturer's defect" and will not be honored.

Specs
Size151
Width:Wide
Suggested Boot Size (US):13 & under
Waist Width (cm):26.5
Weight Range (lbs):130 - 210
Stance Set Back (in):0
Sidecut Radius (m):5.4 / 6.5
Tip Width (cm):31.6
Tail Width (cm):30.6
Stance Width (mm):559.0
Reviews
5.0
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 7 customers
Rips all terrain
by Jeffery H in Renton, WA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/21/2021
Ride Warpig Snowboard
I'm 6'3 180 and got the 154. So happy to finally have a wide enough board to lay down carves with size 12 boots. Feels more stable than my other board in a 165W couldn't be happier with this playful any run do anything board
2 people have found this review helpful
Great board
by Daniel Lopez in Rialto, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/19/2021
Ride Warpig Snowboard
Board is light , board is responsive, I use it at the park and going edges to edge on the snow .
1 person has found this review helpful
Love this board
by Josh K (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/16/2021
Ride Warpig Snowboard
Great in powder, quick edge to edge, very easy to maneuver. Overall very fun board
1 person has found this review helpful
Best board of this decade
by Nick I
Posted on 1/15/2021
Ride Warpig Snowboard
This board will do anything you put it to do. Trust and do it buy it promise you’ll remember this review
2 people have found this review helpful
Pure gnar stick
by Cayle C (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/16/2020
Ride Warpig Snowboard
I have been nothing but stoked on this board, and it just gets more fun each time I ride it. It's light, poppy and still sticks those landings. I was hesitant about getting a directional board, but not anymore. I am 6'5" 195lbs and have the 154 and feel it's a match made in heaven. I also love how the base glows off the snow.
4 people have found this review helpful
WARPIG!!!
by Cory Stam in Durango, CO (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/9/2019
Ride Warpig Snowboard
Lives up to the hype.
2 people have found this review helpful
Asked by Christian on 1/2/2022
Hello! I've pretty much narrowed down my board shopping to the ride warpig in 154 or 158, or the ride superpig in 154. I am 5'11", and weigh 270 lbs, so I am much heavier than your average rider. Should I go for the 158 due to my weight? Or should I stick to the 154 for ease of maneuverability? Thanks!
Answered by Grace D (Tactics Employee) on 1/3/2022
With your measurements, I would suggest the 158. The warpig is already going to be a shorter board, so to even out the flex / maneuverability of the board with your weight without putting too much pressure on an already short board, I would suggest going for the 158. The 154 would probably not be able to handle the weight distribution and could end up breaking, as these boards do not have a top sheet on them by design.
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