The Roxy Radiance Snowboard was new last year and quickly became our most requested female board of the year. It uses Roxy's award winning board the Ollie Pop and beefed it up with a more all-mountain ride. The graphic is a bit more mature and the experience is open to everything. Park, powder, groomer, steeps, any type of terrain you take this board on you will instantly feel comfortable knowing the Radiance will make your ride easy and controlled. Limited quantities available.
Camber:C2 BT (Moustache Camber) Reverse camber between the feet for all mountain freestyle fun and board response. Traditional camber from the feet out to the contact points give better edge hold and control.
Flex:5/10 Medium (1=soft, 10=stiff) A medium flexing board allows the ability to take the Radiance anywhere. Tear up the off piste, powder and corduroy what every the conditions are then spend the afternoon in the park.
Shape: Twin - Get technical anywhere on the mountain with freestyle fun while riding switch or regular.
Core:Full Heart - Get yourself bursting with happiness with a core that is light and responsive. Triaxal laminates provide a enhanced torsional flex.
Edges: Magne-Traction - Butter knifes are for perfect snow conditions, serrated edges turn all snow into butter. With seven contact points creating a strong edge hold in icy and hard pack snow conditions.
Base: TNT Combo - This base is dynamite! A secret formula of dual fluoro layers gives a super fast base with the bonus of being fairly low maintenance.
Board Lengths:141cm, 145cm, 148cm
Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)
Waist Width: (141cm) 235mm (145cm) 239mm (148cm) 242mm
Recommended Rider Weight: (141cm) 29kg-59kg (145cm) 32kg-64kg (148cm) 35kg-75kg
- Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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- Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
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