Alexis Mailhot is an absolute animal in the streets. Here is his full part from the Bruners Video dropping Nov 1.
The all new RIDE WARPIG was designed with the intention to kill your quiver. It’s a thrash everything snowboard that can cover all the bases from a big jump line in the park, to closed trails on a powday and even your backyard rail setup. It’s truly the perfect Pork Sword.
For 2016/17, RIDE sought a high quality leather material with proven strength and durability for the FUSE boot and RODEO binding. When brainstorming products that utilize durable performance based leather, Rawlings, an industry leader in sports manufacturing, quickly came to mind. Rawling’s classic leather baseball gloves have held strong from generation to generation, and RIDE is excited to bring that same quality to its boot and binding collection.
The Fuse boot [$350] is loaded with features designed to support the RIDE pro snowboard team in the harshest of elements. A urethane Slime Tongue™ prevents early breakdown from the boots’ forward flex, and the additional support of RIDE’s signature Tongue Tied™ lacing system offers riders the advantage of maximum heel hold.
Just like Rawlings collegiate baseball bats, the Rodeo bindings [$270] feature an Aluminum chassis that’s lightweight, strong and durable. Boots are secured to its chassis with a Rawlings leather heel strap and a urethane based toe strap for the response and comfort riders need to stay on the hill all day long. Canted Wedgie footbeds work to align ankles, knees and hips, but also offer extra support for ollies.
RIDE is proud to introduce a full new line of packs and bags for every piece of gear you own. Cruise downtown with the 25L Roll top pack with Laptop case, stuff your outerwear in the Duffle with a dedicated Lower Boot Compartment or load up the bus with all your gear in the Perfect Board bag.
What a time to be on a RIDE. Most people are perfectly happy sitting toes in the sand or poolside for the months of summer, but then there are those who can’t shake the thought of snowboarding. We spent a good chunk of the dog days on Mt. Hood, above the clouds searching for transition, sliding rails, and slashing the slush. Lucky for you, we captured a whole bunch of the RIDE team ripping it up as seen in the RIDE Summer of 16 edit.