Ride Machete 2018

Size Chart
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The 2018 Ride Machete is an all mountain freestyle deck that has a bit of something for everything for every rider. Overall the Machete has a flat profile, which gives it a flat and solid feel while riding, while the rocker sections on the nose and tail keep turns smooth and easy while still giving you extra float in fresh snow.

The Slimewalls absorb vibrations when you are riding hard though chopped up snow, and the Slimerods add some pop and rebound when you are lapping the park.

Key Features

Board Type: Park and Groomers

Camber Type: Twin Rocker

It has a large flat section under your feet which gives you a stable ride, with rocker on the nose and tail to keep a forgiving ride that will also help you float in deep snow.

Flex: Medium

The medium response is stiff enough to be responsive and stable at speed, but has enough flex to stay really fun in the park.

Shape: Twin

The Machete has a twin shape, so it will ride exactly the same switch as it does regular.

Core: Pop Rods 1.0 Core

Base: Sintered Base

A hard and fast base material, that will keep you moving fast.

Additional Features:

Roll In Slimewalls: Fiberglass structures that surround the built in Slimewalls to increase durability, including top sheet chipping, and keep the weight down.

Biaxial Glass: Two layers of fiberglass that give you a smooth and forgiving flex.

Carbon Array 3 Laminates: 3 Widespread carbon stringers gather rider input, which is channelled through to the opposite contact point for maximum board control. Basically, it distributes power throughout the board for a steady ride, no matter how you set up your stance.


Board Lengths: 152cm, 155cm

Waist Width:

(152cm) 245mm

(155cm) 247mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(152cm) 45-68kg

(155cm) 52-75kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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