Introducing the new Ride x Looney Tunes Warpig. If you know the history of RIDE, or if you've watched Rough Around the Edges, you know that RIDE is no stranger to receiving the classic "cease and desist". You might remember the early '90s when we ripped off a certain cartoon animation company. Well, the tables have turned, and they have all grown up and have an official partnership with Warner Brothers to (legally) bring Looney Tunes RIDE boards to the people.
Now to the guts of it. The Warpig is a snowboard that has been designed to provide an exceptional all-mountain performance. With a tapered directional shape and a hybrid camber profile, the board offers a great balance of control and stability. It's perfect for carving up groomers, navigating through trees, and even taking on some backcountry powder.
But what really sets this board apart is its eye-catching graphics. The Ride x Looney Tunes Warpig features classic characters from the Looney Tunes cartoon series, including Bugs Bunny, Wile E Coyote, Yo Samity Sam, Sylvester The Cat and more. The graphics are colorful, playful, and add a touch of nostalgia to the board.
Aside from the graphics, the Warpig is built with some of the best materials and technology available. The board features Ride's Carbon Array 3™, which is a carbon stringer that runs from the binding inserts to the contact points. This technology enhances the board's response and edge control, allowing for quick turns and precise movements.
The Warpig also has a sintered base, which is a high-density material that is designed to absorb wax and provide a smooth, fast ride. This base is durable and can handle the wear and tear of daily use, making it a great choice for riders who like to push their limits.
At Twelve Board Store, the new Ride x Looney Tunes Warpig is available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 142cm to 158cm. This ensures that riders of all sizes can find a board that fits them perfectly.
These are limited and will never come back instock once they sell so get one while you can HERE