2019 Ride Twin Pig Snowboard Review

The 2019 Ride Twin Pig is here. It’s asymmetrical, it flexes like a dream, and it’s super stable under foot. This is Ride’s new freestyle charger – a product of the War Pig. The build is simple – it’s got an Aspen wood core, there’s roll-in slimewalls, and impact plates under foot. There’s camber in between the feet – and the base is extruded.

The Twin Pig sits at a great price point for the amount of ripping that it can deliver. This is a board that you’ll want to check out if you’re a park rider.

2019 Ride Twin Pig Snowboard: https://www.the-house.com/9842rdtwnpg19zz-ride-snowboards.html


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Emlyn Grubb says:

I’m 70kg/155lbs, 5’10”, UK size 8 boots. Should I go for 148 or 151? Primarily freestyle/park I want the board for… hoping you’ll say 148, but concerned about stability with landings.

Joelly Smith says:

Where can i get a “strap ons not step ons” sticker?

Jay Nguyen says:

needs to be sintered base

Bruh Sweet says:

“Strap ons not step ons” Shots fired!!

Joe Auler says:

I am 177lbs and a size 13 boot, would the 151 work? My assassin is a 157w with 260cm width and I’m fine on that. Thank you

VWRabbit2008 says:

Well bought mine in July. I know this thing will sell out. Now I have the warpig and twinpig. Will eventually get the mountain pig. Best boards out for sure

Harry Forks says:

Heya, just a heads up… There’s a couple of incorrect facts in here.

According to a review video from Ride themselves (Video on youtube), the base is in fact Sintered.
Also, it has double impact plates, not single (check their catalogue and other press releases).

Really confusing to get incorrect facts from so many supposedly reliable sources. I’m not blaming you guys at The House, you only know what you’re told by Ride, but it sounds like Ride need to sort out their in-house communications.

Kevin Wilson says:

Still made in China. ☹️

MrRoskoPeko says:

The recent Ride boards just look so damn good!

Mitchell Carson says:

How far does the camber go until it hits the flat spots? Like does the camber continue under the feet? Kinda hard to tell when it’s on that table in the video.

tyler gore says:

I’m 6 foot 2 and 110kg would I still be able to use this board

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