Ride Snowboards Warpig Review

Ride Snowboards Warpig Review (2018-2019)

Snowboard Tested and Rider Specs:

Warpig Size: 151cm (26.5cm aproximate waist)
Bindings: Union Ultra (medium)
Boots: Adidas Tactical ADV size 9
Stance: 22.5″
Rider Height: 5’9″
Rider Weight: 180
Conditions/Terrain Tested: groomers, park, mini pipe

Warpig Review:
The Warpig is a truly unique and fun board with a tapered directional shape infused with a directional rocker so it’s playful in the park and floats in powder like a board that’s twice it’s size! I have always been a fan of Ride Snowboards starting from my favorite pros from back in the day Dale Rehberg, Russell Winfield, Jake Blatner and even Brushie who eventually rode for the team.

So many changes have occurred with the brand over the years and I’m really excited that I was able to test the Warpig, it was a very fun board to ride all over the mountain. It’s a wide board that you can size down on if you’d like. Ride Snowboards uses a small, medium and large size guide for this board and for my height and weight I could have ridden all of them, but the medium worked really well for me in the conditions we tested it in. The Warpig carves like a knife through butter and is still a blast to rally in the park. I would recommend this board as an all mountain ride and would bring it out on a powder day as well. If you’re a fan of Ride snowboards unique directional shapes and if you like wider mid-flex boards that will work from park to powder, check out the Ride Warpig!

 

Features:
Tapered Directional Rocker
Medium Response
Bi Radial Sidecut
Hybrid Glass
Performance Core
Sintered 4000 Base
Roll-in Sidewall
Double Impact Plates
Carbon Array 3
Topless Topsheet
Cleave Edge Steel