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Ride Snowboard Control Overview


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Snowboard Ride Control

Ride Snowboard Control Overview
Ride Snowboard Control Side

Ride Snowboard Control Overview
Ride Snowboard Control Side
Brand Ride

Snowboard Ride Control

Customer reviews
Rating: 5 out of 5 4 reviews on this product
  • Men
  • Winter 2023
  • Beginner - Intermediate
  • Freeride All-mountain
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When you're just starting your practice, you want to keep everything under control with a board that's easy to handle to enter turns effortlessly and ride down the pistes with confidence. Well, guess what? The Control from Ride Snowboards was born for that!

What's on the agenda for the Ride Control?

This board features a directional shape and a setback stance for more control and manoeuvrability. The flat camber under the feet makes the board more forgiving and gives it a securing grip on hardpack. The rockers under the tips make it easier to initiate turns all while preventing you from sinking when you go through the deep. Thus, the Ride Control offers a good buoyancy, even more so with the setback stance that moves the weight towards the rear and raises the nose in powder. Lastly, the flexible wood core is easy to handle and forgiving whatever the terrain so you can chain descents without wearing yourself out.

Who is the Ride Control snowboard for?

The Ride Control is perfect for beginners looking for a board that's easy to handle, comfortable and manoeuvrable to learn the basics and improve their skills in all the resort.

What are the main assets of the Ride Control?





Snowboard expert

"Every rider has his own style and his gear must match. Freestyling, freeriding, splitboarding, I want you to find what you look for. Call me on 020 3129 3301."

Detailed specifications


  • Jib

  • Kicker

  • Piste

  • Versatility

  • Powder

  • Grip

  • Pop

  • Stiffness

  • Stability



Waist width (mm) 261 mm






Technical data Snowboard Control

  • Gender

  • Level

    Beginner - Intermediate
  • Snowboard category

    Freeride All-mountain
  • Year

    Winter 2023
  • Snowboard camber

  • Insert

  • Shape

  • Directional Rocker
  • Other

    Extruded 1500 Base
  • BIAXIAL Fiberglass
  • Reference nr


Tips and advice

The length of your board is extremely important. Several parameters have to be taken into account : Your height, your weight, your level and your program (allmountain-freeride-freestyle). We created a calculator that will tell you what size of board would suit you best, once you've completed these parameters. You can also call us (+33 4 73 26 98 47) to get a personal advice from our experienced team.
The snowboards you'll purchase on our website are all factory waxed and tuned. That means it's ready to hit the slopes. However, that doesn't work forever, and in order to keep your equipment at the top performance, you need to maintain base and edges on a regular basis.
Maintaining your skis is essential to ensure an optimal glide and grip. Frequency of maintenance may vary depending on how often you use your board, or on how damaged it is. We recommend that you wax it every 10 riding days, and at the end of the season. Edges need to be tuned up to 2 times per season if you want to keep a good edge control. However, don't get them overtuned because every tuning takes some of the steel off.

When your base is damaged and shows shallow scratches or rock gouge, it is possible to repair it.

You can get these repairs done by professional ski shop, or if the gouge is only superficial you may repair it yourself. To do so, you will need special tools and materials such as wax, Ptex for repairing bases, edge tuners, etc. You can find them on our website.