Ride Psychocandy 2021

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The 2021 Ride Psychocandy snowboard is a brand new addition to the Ride range, taking cues from the insanely popular Warpig and giving it female-specific construction, shape and size. Designed for all mountain performance, the shape and camber profile of the Psychocandy allows it to float and surf super easy while still being able to carve the groomers with pinpoint precision. Why let the guys have all the fun? Get onto the Psychocandy and see what these Ride boards are capable of.

Key Features

Board Type: Groomers / Powder

Camber Type: Directional Rocker

A longer, more pronounced rocker zone in the nose makes this board want to float, and a shorter rocker zone in the tail retains pop and response while also giving the board a surfy catch-free feeling.

Flex: 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

The medium flex is stiff enough to be responsive and stable at speed, but also soft enough to handle a run through the park.

Shape: Directional

The Psychocandy has a directional shape, so it wants to ride forwards. It can handle a bit of switch, but riding your natural stance is where it will shine.

Core: Womens Performance Core

Specially formulated for the women’s line, this core combines lightweight Paulownia wood stringers with high strength Aspen.

Double Impact Plates

Two plates inserted underfoot take vibration out of your ride and add extra durability.

Carbon Infused Glass

90° Carbon fibres stitched into the glass. Extra pop and response, without adding extra stiffness.

Carbon Array 5 Laminates

5 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.

Base: Sintered, Stone Ground

High-end sintered 4000 p-tex base material that is more durable, harder and faster than extruded.

Inserts: 2x4

Additional Features:

Slimewalls - A RIDE exclusive, incorporating Urethane sidewall technology to absorb impact and make for a smoother ride. These are also the most durable sidewalls in snowboarding, meaning you can really thrash them, and they will hold their own.

Carbon Slimewalls - This sidewall construction consists of carbon and regular slimewall material combined and strategically placed at the inserts out to the contact points in the tip and tail on a twin, and the back inserts to the contact points in the tail on a directional board. This moves pop to the outside edges, enhancing stability and response.

Roll In Construction - Fibreglass structures that surround the built in Slimewalls to increase durability, prevent top sheet chipping, and keep the weight down.

Tapered Bi-Radical Sidecut - This sidecut maximises grip and maintains speed in all conditions.


Size Effective Edge (mm) Waist Width (mm) Sidecut Radius (m) Tip / Tail Width (mm) Setback (mm) Ref Stance (mm) Rider Weight (kg)
138cm 1019 243 4.43 - 5.38 295 / 285 -19 457 27 - 45
142cm 1044 250 4.67 - 5.67 302 / 292 -19 483 27 - 59
146cm 1070 257 4.91 - 5.97 309 / 299 -19 508 45 - 79
150cm 1095 264 5.16 - 6.28 316 / 306 -19 508 59 - 86

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