Ride Snowboards was founded in Redmond, Washington in 1992 and now calls Seattle home. What started with four board models has since grown into a full-fledged brand that includes snowboards, bindings, street-styled performance outerwear, backpacks and an array of accessories. Ride bindings incorporate some of the most advanced designs in the industry and continually push the boundaries of durability, mobility and lightweight response. Ride boots are known for their progressive design, innovative technologies and smooth style. The employees at ... Learn more about Ride SnowboardsRide put significant effort into testing their products in real-world conditions and love being part of a snowboard company that builds incredible products for people who live to ride. ... Less
Reviewed by cshotts from breckenridge, co on Monday, April 13, 2015
the ride helix is touted as a park twin,but I have used it as more of an aggressive all mountain board. The asym takes a little getting used to, but provides nice heel side grab once you let it do what it is supposed to do. So far I have ridden steep hard pack and soft spring conditions and the board performs like a champ. This is a full camber board and feels pretty stiff and as a result can be more edgy than the rocker boards most are riding right now. Overall, if you like to go fast and charge hard on and off piste this is a great board, but you should probably have a powder board in your quiver as well if you ride in a spot where you get powder days.
Reviewed by BuyAmerican from Pittsburgh, PA on Friday, March 6, 2015
Great jacket. Runs small. My son always wears a large and I had to return the large to get an XL. Major hassle. Have been charged twice for the coat and now have to wait until Sierra Trading fixes the error to get back my $100 plus that I have now paid twice for the same coat. The coat is nice, though.
Reviewed by Kathy from Colorado on Monday, March 2, 2015
Lots of great features on these pants - hook on the bottom to attach to boot laces, zipper pockets, velcro pocket, expandable waist. I wear size 6 pants. I ordered medium in these pants because I have a 36" inseam. The length was fine for me with my boarding boots. They are a little large through the hips, even with an under layer. The first day I just adjusted the velcro waist. They were great the second day when I wore a belt.
Reviewed by GoofyFootedRider from Denver on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
I bought these about a year ago because they were available in a size 14 and the price is good. They look fine and they're comfortable, but the tightening system and design is poor in my opinion. It's impossible to get them tight enough and the cords are fine and don't seem very durable. I'm paranoid they're going to break because they're already frayed and stitching is coming out in other places as well. Bottom line, you get what you pay for. I'm springing for a pair with cables or going back to heavy lacing for my next pair.