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Used Liquid Range 1630 163 Cm Snowboard

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Liquid Snowboard Snowboard / Mens Boards

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Symbolic Knotty Wood Grain 2022 Snowboard 160-163-168-170cm Wide

SIZE SPECS

160cm Wide -tip/tail width 314.00mm/
​waist width 268.50mm(26.8 cm)

163cm Wide -tip/tail width 316mm/
​waist width 270mm(27cm)

168cm / 170cm Standard tip/tail width 305.00mm/
​waist width 256.50mm

Here's a hardcore all mtn rocker in disguise. Featuring legendary performance for sizes of adults.

The Symbolic Knotty uses ABS sidewall construction which gives the board good edge hold on hard pack while the Flexrite wood core gives it good response and keep the vibration low.

The 4400 extruded base is durable and the hybrid or rocker profile makes the board easy to turn. This board will easily allow you to go in either direction.

The high gloss finish with a matte print overlay allows the graphics to be rich looking while keeping away scratches. Black blank base/bottom.

Stainless Steel Inserts and Rail Edges.

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Ride Highlife Spacecraft Wide Snowboard 163cm [2011]

Party in the front, business in the back. The HighLife features new LowPro rocker for a fun, catch-free nose and a grippy, stable tail. Ease into a turn and power through the tail.. Go ahead and keep leaning til you're kissing snow, the edge will hold. Carbon array 5 and Silencer give you all the pop, power, and edge hold you want without sacrificing a smooth chatter-free ride. Slimewalls add to the smoothness while the Pop Glass adds even more power. Add the Membrain topsheet and super fast Fusion 4000 base and you have a powerful, high speed, well balanced board that can take you anywhere on the mountain.

Ride Says:JUMP ABOARD THIS INTOXICATING RIDE. Start living the HighLife with this brand new snowboard featuring the latest rocker shape, LowPro™. With the fun and versatile LowRize™ rocker in the tip and grippy ProRize™ tail, LowPro™ allows you to Ride chill or charge hard. Featuring smooth riding 90A Slimewalls®, Membrain® top sheet and Carbon Array™ 5, this snowboard is effortless in pow, fun cruisin’ with the crew or maching laps at warp speed. You’re destined to cover more mountain on the HighLife, enjoy!

 

Please Note:

- Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show minor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topsheet or evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is damage that is more than cosmetic such as any damage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of a particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

 - Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show eet or evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is damage that is more than cosmetic such as any damminor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topshage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of a particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

Camber:    Reverse Camber
Recommended Use:    All-Mountain
Shape:    Directional
Flex:    Stiffer

 

  • LowPro Rocker: Directional rocker. Flat through the middle with more rocker on the nose than the tail. Loose and fun in the front with power and edge hold in the rear.
  • Carbon Array: Available in 3, 5, and 7. Wide spread carbon stringers work with any stance and run from under the bindings to the opposing contact point for more control and quicker turns.
  • Silencer: Tuned specifically to it’s matching carbon array to eliminate chatter.
  • Pop Glass: Carbon fiber stitched into the fiberglass for extra pop!
  • Membrain Top-sheet: Urethane infused fabric topsheet makes the board smoother and lighter.
  • Slimewall: Urethane sidewalls to absorb vibrations and impact = Smoother and stronger!
  • Fusion 4000 Base: Sintered. Harder, faster, more durable. Holds wax better too.

CONSTRUCTION:

  • NEW! LowPro™ Rocker
  • 90A Slimewalls®
  • Silencer 5™
  • Carbon Array 5™
  • Membrain®
  • Pop Glass
  • Fusion 4000 Base
  • 2 x 4 Inserts

LowPro Rocker: LowRize in the front (enough rise to keep the front contact points out of the snow), ProRize in the back (flatter and more stable). Loose, fun and effortless in the tip.  Grip, pop and stability in the tail. Sit back and cruise or charge it all. Truly superior for everything the mountain has to offer.

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Choosing Snowboard Length: How to Make Sure You Get It Right

It’s not necessary to be right in the middle of the recommended weight range. For example if the range is 110 – 150lbs you don’t have to be 130lbs!

Weight recommendations are helpful, but I would consider them to be general guidelines and not hard and fast rules. Often weight recommendations cover a wide range so aren’t that accurate and brands can change these, year to year, without any real changes to a board.

Typically these days weight recommendations are based on your weight without gear. It used to be based on weight with gear but this has changed. And this makes sense as you are less likely to know what you weight fully loaded with gear.

Note: As you can see in the table above, not all manufacturers release weight range information and they don’t take height into account at all. There are tables further down this post which should help you to get a good idea of the best size for your height and weight.

Ability Level

The ability level of the rider can also influence the length of the board. This is pretty easy though. Generally speaking if you are a beginner then go with a shorter board (3-5cm shorter). Anyone intermediate and up should not take ability level into account when determining length.

A longer board is more difficult to control. Therefore beginners are often recommended to choose a slightly shorter board than a more advanced rider might go with.

Riding Style

Besides influencing factors such as flex of board, set back of stance etc, the rider’s style can also influence the length of board that he/she chooses to ride.

This is also pretty basic though – if you are a freestyle rider then go between  3 and 6 centimetres shorter (depending on preference) and if you are only into free-riding then go a 2-4cm longer (again this will also depend on preference and some rider’s like to go more or less extreme than this).

The length sizing tables further down in this post will show the length for an all-mountain rider. Take off 3-6cm for a freestyle board and add 2-4cm for a freeride board.

If you’re not exactly sure of your style you can check out the article at the following link.

Height

Whilst definitely not as important as weight, height is still somewhat of a factor – partly because a taller rider will weigh more than a shorter rider (with the same build). But also because the taller rider will typically have a wider stance (though not always).

If a tall rider ends up on a board that’s too short for their stance width, then either they won’t be able to set their stance width as wide as they would like – or they will be at the widest possible stance and that may not be the best position on the board for them.

In the same vane, a shorter rider may end up not being able to go as narrow as they would like on a longer board – or they might end up feeling like they have too much board outside the inserts.

The Length Charts

The tables below show estimates for board length based on height and weight. Once you have found that, you have found what we can call the “standard length”. From this you should adjust the length for style preference (and ability level if you are a beginner).

This might be the same as the standard length or different depending on style and ability. This is what I like to call your “real length”.

I like to then choose a range of heights that I am happy with so that I can have the option of a wider range of boards and a couple of centimetres either way isn’t going to affect my riding in any noticeable way.

Choosing Your Length

Right, let’s check out the charts below.

I consider the standard length to be the “all-mountain”“non beginner” length of board. For example if the length in the chart according to your height and weight is 160cm then this is your length if you are an intermediate or above all-mountain rider.

So for example if you’re a freestyle rider you might take 3-6cm off that and go with a 154-157cm board. If you are a beginner you might go with a 155-157 and if you are a dedicated free-rider then you might bump it up to 162, 163 or 164.

Go through the charts below and select the table that fits your height and then scan across until you find your weight.

For example, I am 6 foot tall and weigh 180lbs (81kg). So I find myself on the table and find my “standard length” to be 160cm. I am not a beginner – however I do lean towards freestyle riding so I take 2-6cm off and find my “length range” to be 154-158cm. However I am not a purely freestyle rider, more all-mountain-freestyle – probably a 50% park, 50% a bit of everything else – so I go with the higher end of the range there – 157cm (see how it can be very preferential).

So with my real length at 157cm I now consider any board that is 156-158cm because 1cm either way won’t be noticeable – but will widen the range of boards I can choose from. It’s also board dependent – so it might be the case in one particular board, that 159 might be better or in another 155 might be better depending on certain factors of the board. But this is a good range to look at. 

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Ride Highlife Spacecraft Wide Snowboard 163cm [2011]

Party in the front, business in the back. The HighLife features new LowPro rocker for a fun, catch-free nose and a grippy, stable tail. Ease into a turn and power through the tail. Go ahead and keep leaning til you're kissing snow, the edge will hold. Carbon array 5 and Silencer give you all the pop, power, and edge hold you want without sacrificing a smooth chatter-free ride. Slimewalls add to the smoothness while the Pop Glass adds even more power. Add the Membrain topsheet and super fast Fusion 4000 base and you have a powerful, high speed, well football manager 2019 19.3 4 board that can take you anywhere on the mountain.

Ride Says:JUMP ABOARD THIS INTOXICATING RIDE, snowboard 163. Start living the HighLife with this brand new snowboard featuring the latest rocker shape, LowPro&trade. With the fun and versatile LowRize™ rocker in the tip and grippy ProRize™ tail, LowPro™ allows you to Ride chill or charge hard. Featuring smooth riding 90A Slimewalls®, snowboard 163, Membrain® top snowboard 163 and Carbon Array™ 5, this snowboard is effortless in pow, fun cruisin’ with the crew or maching laps at warp speed. You’re destined to cover more mountain on the HighLife, enjoy!

 

Please Note:

- Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show minor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topsheet snowboard 163 evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is damage that is more than cosmetic such as any damage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of a particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

 - Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show eet or evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is snowboard 163 that is more than cosmetic such as any damminor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topshage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of snowboard 163 particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

Camber:    Reverse Camber
Recommended Use:    All-Mountain
Shape:    Directional
Flex:    Stiffer

 

  • LowPro Rocker: Directional rocker. Flat through the middle with more rocker on the nose than the tail, snowboard 163. Loose and fun in the front with power and edge hold in the rear.
  • Carbon Array: Available in 3, 5, snowboard 163, and 7. Wide spread carbon stringers work with any stance and run from under the bindings to the opposing contact point for more control and quicker turns.
  • Silencer: Tuned specifically to it’s matching carbon array to eliminate chatter.
  • Pop Glass: Carbon fiber stitched into the fiberglass for extra pop!
  • Membrain Top-sheet: Urethane infused fabric topsheet makes the board smoother and lighter.
  • Slimewall: Urethane sidewalls to snowboard 163 vibrations and impact = Smoother and stronger!
  • Fusion 4000 Base: Sintered. Harder, faster, more durable. Holds wax better too.

CONSTRUCTION:

  • NEW! LowPro™ Rocker
  • 90A Slimewalls®
  • Silencer 5™
  • Carbon Array 5™
  • Membrain®
  • Pop Glass
  • Fusion 4000 Base
  • 2 x 4 Inserts

LowPro Rocker: LowRize in the front (enough rise to keep the front contact points out of the snow), snowboard 163, ProRize in the back (flatter and more stable). Loose, fun and effortless in the tip.  Grip, pop and stability in the tail. Snowboard 163 back and cruise or charge it all. Truly superior for everything the mountain has to offer.

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Used Liquid Range 1630 163 Cm Snowboard

Specifications

Description

Liquid Snowboard Snowboard / Mens Boards

  • Buy and sell with athletes everywhere.

    Join more than 1 million athletes buying and selling on SidelineSwap. Save up to 70% on quality new and used gear, sold by athletes just like you.

  • Shop safely with our buyer guarantee.

    Every purchase is protected by our buyer guarantee, snowboard 163. If you don’t receive your item as advertised, we’ll provide a full refund.

  • Quick shipping and tracking.

    Most orders ship via USPS Priority Mail (1-3 business days once the item is shipped by the seller). We provide sellers with a prepaid shipping label, snowboard 163, and buyers receive tracking notifications until the item arrives at your doorstep.

  • Save money. Save the planet.

    When you save big on high-quality used gear, you’re also keeping more gear on the field and out of a landfill.

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    Sellers receive feedback on every transaction, snowboard 163, so you can feel confident before you purchase. Easily message the seller with questions about your item at any time.

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Choosing Snowboard Length: How to Make Sure You Get It Right

It’s not necessary to be right in the middle of the recommended weight range, snowboard 163. For example if the range is 110 – 150lbs you don’t have to be 130lbs!

Weight recommendations are helpful, but I would consider them to be general guidelines and not hard and snowboard 163 rules. Often weight recommendations cover a wide range so aren’t that accurate and brands can change these, year to year, without any real changes to a board.

Typically these days weight recommendations are based on your weight without gear. Snowboard 163 used to be based on weight with gear but this has changed. And this makes sense as you are less likely to know what you weight fully loaded with gear.

Note: As you can see in the table above, snowboard 163, snowboard 163 all manufacturers release weight range information and they don’t take height into account at all. There are tables further down this post which should help you to get a good idea of the best size for your height and weight.

Ability Level

The ability level of the rider can also influence the length of the board. This is pretty easy though. Generally speaking if you are a beginner then go with a shorter board (3-5cm shorter). Anyone intermediate and up should not take ability level into account when determining length.

A longer board is more difficult to control, snowboard 163. Therefore beginners are often recommended to choose a slightly shorter board than a more advanced rider might go with.

Riding Style

Besides influencing factors such as flex of board, set back of stance etc, the rider’s style can also influence the length of board that he/she chooses to ride.

This is also pretty basic though – if you are a freestyle rider then go between  3 and 6 centimetres shorter (depending on preference) and if you are only into free-riding then go a 2-4cm longer (again this snowboard 163 also depend on preference and some rider’s like to go more or less extreme than this).

The length sizing tables further down in this post will show the length for an all-mountain rider. Take off 3-6cm for a freestyle board and add 2-4cm for a freeride board.

If you’re not exactly sure of your style you can check out the article at the following link.

Height

Whilst definitely not as important as weight, height snowboard 163 still somewhat of a factor – partly because a taller rider will weigh more than a shorter rider (with the same build). But also because the taller rider will typically have a wider stance (though not always).

If a tall rider ends up on a board snowboard 163 too short for their stance width, then either they won’t be able to set their stance width as wide as they would like – or they will be at the widest possible stance and that snowboard 163 not be the best position on the board for them.

In the same vane, a shorter rider may end up not being able to go as narrow as they would like on a longer board – or they might end up feeling like they have too much board outside the inserts.

The Length Charts

The tables below show estimates for board length based on height and weight. Once you have found that, you have found what we can call the “standard length”. From this you should adjust the length for style preference (and ability level if you are a beginner).

This might be the same as the standard length or different depending on style and ability. This is what I like to call your “real length”.

I like to then choose a range of heights that I am happy with so that I can have the option of a wider range of boards and a couple of centimetres either way isn’t going to affect my riding in any noticeable way.

Choosing Your Length

Right, let’s check out the charts below.

I consider the standard length to be the “all-mountain”“non beginner” length of board. For example if the length in the chart according to your height and weight is 160cm then this is your length if you are an intermediate or above all-mountain rider.

So for example if you’re a freestyle rider you might take 3-6cm off that and go with a 154-157cm board. If you are a beginner you might go with a 155-157 and if you are a dedicated free-rider then you might bump it up to 162, snowboard 163, 163 or 164.

Go through the charts below and select the table that fits your height and then scan across until you find your weight.

For example, I am 6 foot tall and weigh 180lbs (81kg). So I find myself on the table and find my “standard length” to be 160cm. I am not a beginner – however I do lean towards freestyle riding so I take 2-6cm off and find my “length range” to be 154-158cm. However I am not a purely freestyle rider, more all-mountain-freestyle – probably a 50% park, 50% a bit of everything else – so I go with the higher end of the range there – 157cm (see how it can be very preferential).

So with my real length at 157cm I now consider any board that is 156-158cm because 1cm either way won’t be noticeable – but will widen the range of boards I can choose from, snowboard 163. It’s also board dependent – snowboard 163 it might be the case in one particular board, that 159 might be better or in another 155 might be better depending on certain factors of the board. But this is a good range to look at. 

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snowboard 163 Knotty Wood Grain 2022 Snowboard 160-163-168-170cm Wide

SIZE SPECS

160cm Wide -tip/tail width 314.00mm/
​waist width 268.50mm(26.8 cm)

163cm Wide -tip/tail width 316mm/
​waist width 270mm(27cm)

168cm / 170cm Standard tip/tail width 305.00mm/
​waist width 256.50mm

Here's a hardcore all mtn rocker in disguise. Featuring legendary performance for sizes of adults.

The Symbolic Knotty uses ABS sidewall construction which gives the board good edge hold on hard pack while the Flexrite wood core gives it good response and keep the vibration low.

The 4400 extruded base is durable and the hybrid or snowboard 163 profile makes the board easy to turn. This board will easily allow you to go in either direction.

The high gloss finish snowboard 163 a matte print overlay allows the graphics to be rich looking while keeping away scratches. Black blank base/bottom.

Stainless Steel Inserts and Rail Edges.

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