Tested: Charge Fast, Never Last with the Ride Burnout

Got my hands on Ride Snowboards newest board to their park fleet, the Ride "Burnout".  Claiming charge fast and never last (which are die-cut on the nose and tail on the base of this board), I can honestly say without hesitation, this is no false statement. It's been yarfing pretty good up here at Grouse, so I took this board on some of the gnarly back runs - Purgatory and Outer Limits, pretty rad names for runs - and she held up like a champ. Effortless in the pow and so damn poppy off the snow, it's something I've been missing in my life.

Let's take a closer look at this board.  It's considered a park board with hybrid twin profile and a flex rating of 5 of 10 on Ride's Feel-O-Meter.  Available in 149, 152, 155, 158, 160, there are plenty of options to suit your preference.

This board has pop for days and days, I'm actually very impressed with it. It also features Carbon Array 5, which is a fancy name for 5 carbon stringers laid in an x pattern through the nose an tail, to keep those rocker section stable.  Can't wait for the Jump Line to open in the next couple weeks, cause this board was built for it.  Say sayonara to squirrelly landings, and say hello to the Ride Burnout. 

-MC