Roxy Ally BTX Snowboard (Women's)

Roxy Ally BTX Snowboard (Women's) -

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    Style: 0313-ALLY BTX

    If you're looking to carve up the entire mountain from the peak to park, the Roxy Ally BTX Snowboard is your new best friend. This all-mountain women's snowboard was developed with pro-rider Kjersti Buass for maximum freeride fun on any surface. Progressing riders will appreciate the higher and longer nose on this directional twin, which allows it to effortlessly float through powder and crud. The Banana Traction (BTX) design places banana rocker between the feet for a full effective edge and has flat camber from the feet to the tips for stiff nose and tail presses and stable landings in the park. BTX has integrated Magnetraction with serrated edges for maximum edge hold and control underfoot, even in icy conditions.


    • Shape: Directional Twin
    • Design: All-Mountain for versatility
    • Flex Rating: 4 (on 1 (soft) to 10 (stiff) scale)
    • Camber: Reverse-camber Banana Rocker


    • Kjersti Buass pro-model with pixels graphics
    • Banana Traction has rocker between the feet for increased control
    • New Light Alloy Core of Engineered Alloy Plantation timber is 10% lighter
    • New TNT Base has Roxy's secret formula dual-layered fluoro for speed
    • 5 SW Sidewall laminates, seals, and strengthens five wood layers
    • Biaxial Fibers for a forgiving and fun ride
    • Magnetraction uses serrated edges for superior hold

    Questions and Answers

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    "hey im interested in this board but idont know what size to get, im 5'6 and i weigh 113lbs. thankyou!"
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    Question by Ally on 4/28/2011 - 9:35 pm
    "For your height and weight, i would suggest a 143-145 for you. Also, your skill level will be affected. For intermediate head for a 144, beginner a 143. Advanced would be 145. "
    Answer by acheshier (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/29/2011 - 1:22 pm
    "Hi! I'm 5'2, 105 lbs, what size should I get? "
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    Question by Mai! on 8/15/2011 - 10:28 pm
    "Depending on your ability, you need to be between 139-141. Check out the Burton Feather V-Rocker Snowboard (size 140)!"
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/16/2011 - 11:16 am
    "I own a 146 cm regular camber board and want a new board that's easier to control. I'm 5'2", 125 lbs and an intermediate rider. I like this board. Is 143 cm the right length? 141? Please advise. "
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    Question by cc on 8/24/2011 - 10:26 am
    "Don't go any lower than 141 for your height/weight. You are in the 141-147 range (exact # would depend on your riding style). Since you are complaining about control, I would maybe try a 143. "
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/24/2011 - 11:05 am
    "Hey im 5' 4" 115 and an intermediate rider. Im looking for board I can progress on that is better for park and does well in Utah powder"
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    Question by Nikki on 9/24/2011 - 1:14 pm
    "For park you want a smaller board, for powder, you need a longer board. Go in the middle, look for a size around 145. Check out the Roxy Ollie Pop C2 BTX Snowboard which should give you the complete package!"
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/27/2011 - 3:42 pm
    "I like this board but i'm 5'0" and 140 lbs is 146 okay for me? "
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    Question by michelle on 11/7/2011 - 8:04 pm
    "That would be a perfect size for you. If you wanted to challenge yourself you could go slightly bigger, but a 146 would be ideal."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/8/2011 - 9:59 am
    "I am deciding btw the roxy eminence 2011 and the roxy ally btx i asked if the 146 was okay for my height and weight 5'1 and 140. The ally is 147.. the eminence 2011 is 143 i'm told that weight makes a difference when choosing the size of the board. How true is that? I'm also a beginner/intermediate rider who will be on the mountain mostly. Ally or Eminence? I need help choosing the right one! thanks! "
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    Question by Michelle on 11/13/2011 - 11:30 pm
    "Your weight will matter when choosing a size because you want a board that will not sink as much in deeper snow, therefore you need a board that will keep up and going without losing speed. If you were to sink down into the snow it would slow you down. I would recommend something around 150. You could go down to 145 if you wanted to board in the groomers. You need around a 153 if you want to board all-mountain and places with deeper powder."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/14/2011 - 4:07 pm
    "hi i'm 5'5 (166cm) and weight about 56kg, boot size US 8 - 8.5. im a beginner and more free ride than park. what size board do you think?"
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    Question by kate on 12/22/2011 - 7:30 pm
    "Based on the information you have given me, we recommend the following: Board length range between 144 - 145 - 146 ( cm ) Board waist width range 235 - 238 - 241 ( mm ) "
    Answer by david dos (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/23/2011 - 9:38 am

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