- Price: $600
- Category: Freeride + Powder
- Sizes: 154, 158, 162, 166W
- Flex: 8/10
- Shape: Directional
- Profile: CamRock
- 3D: No
- Base: Sintered
Why we chose the Weston Ridgeline Snowboard: Weston’s sorcerer of the steep and deep brings a bit of magic to every descent.
The name might be new, but the Weston Ridgeline (née 10th Mountain) is a tried and tested favourite from the Colorado-based powder hounds. This thing will track like a ballistic missile; lock on to your target and hold onto your hat. Built for high precision riding and powerful charging, the Ridgeline’s construction puts the onus on instant response and stability at speed.
Find it. Point it. Send it.
“Weston’s sorcerer of the steep and deep brings a bit of magic to every descent”
Who Is The Weston Ridgeline For?
There isn’t a board in the Weston range that isn’t comfortable in the deep snow, but the Ridgeline reigns supreme as their ultra-aggressive, powerhouse freeride machine. Built for technical descents and guaranteed to perform when the stakes are high, this isn’t a board for novices. Where the Hatchet will excel in undulating powder fields or spinning off pillows, the Ridgeline is more suited toward threading gnarly couloirs and steep terrain.
It’ll suit riders who are comfortable on a snowboard, even when they step out of their comfort zone.