Roxy Ally BTX Snowboard (Women')
Style: ALLYBTX 12
The Roxy Ally BTX Womenâ€™s Snowboard matches your progressive riding with solid technology. This board has a 10% lighter core, making it lively and easy to control. Banana-Traction uses reverse camber between the feet and a flat profile outside of the bindings. This allows for both loose, catch-free turns and stability too. Magne-Traction serrated edges dig into the ice and hardpack to keep you up and on your feet. The TNT base is fast and durable, so tell your friends to keep up.
- Flex: Medium-soft Flex
- Design: All-Mountain Freestyle
- Shape: Directional Twin
- Camber: Banana-Traction camber/ rocker combo
- Waist Width: 23.7cm (Size 143); 24.0cm (Size 147); 25.1cm (Size 151)
- Light Alloy core 10% lighter than traditional Aspen for a more nimble ride
- Magne-Traction serrated edges for solid hold on ice
- 5SW sidewalls are laminated for super-tough durability
- TNT dual-layer flouro base is fast and durable
- Biaxial fiberglass for a softer and more forgiving feel
- Green-friendly Bio-Bean top sheet has high strength-to-weight ratio
Questions and Answers
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"Is this board good in powder, say Colorado"
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Question by shells on 1/12/2013 - 10:04 pm
"This board has really good float to it so it would be perfect in powder!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/13/2013 - 1:50 pm
"I'm about to buy my first board. I'm fairly new to the sport (have started linking turns) but aim to go away twice this season and take regular lessons at the indoor slope-so would like a board I can progress with. Mainly into piste riding, but aim to venture into the park at some point. Would this Roxy Ally board be a good choice?! "
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Question by H on 8/2/2013 - 7:06 am
"Hi, so I've definitely decided on this board now! But unsure of the size to get. I'm short at 5ft3 but fairly heavy at 165lbs. I would consider myself a beginner-but wanting to progress quickly on the piste/resort riding side of things. What size will be best, I'm thinking the 147 because of my weight?! Thanks! "
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Question by H on 8/5/2013 - 7:00 am
"Because you are a beginner, with your height/weight you will want to go with something more around the 151 size."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/5/2013 - 9:16 am
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