Ladies' specialists Roxy Snowboards continue to be a go to for women after high-end, American made, Mervin built shred sticks. They tend to hit the spot especially if you're someone who's after colourful stand-out artwork, and traditional shapes, in a full range of flex patters.
In terms of models, it seems to be much the same board a binding selection as last year, although there has notably been the addition of the Wahine All Mountain Freestyle women's snowboard package, and the girls Poppy Beginner All Mountain starter kits.
Other than that, look out for the Torah Bright pro model (standing out as the only Roxy with magnetraction this year), and plenty of banana tech, exclusive environmentally friendly bio materials, and a sustainable wood core on all snowboards.
2016/17 Snowboard Product Previews
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