At ease on the mountain, your friend and Ally is a versatile all-mountain ripper. The Ally BTX rides easy on groomers, floats in powder and is always ready to play in the park. With soft flex for freestyle and Magne-Traction edges that grip hardpack and ice, this board has your back in all conditions. When you’re riding with the Ally, the whole resort is your playground.
SHAPE: All Mountain, Directional Twin - Between the contact points the board measures a true twin, but the nose above the contact point is slightly higher and longer than the tail. This allows the board to float in powder or choppy snow and still feel consistent when riding switch.
Magne-Traction - Get a grip with the edge hold and control that you deserve. Like a serrated breadknife, Magne-Traction’s wavy edges cut into the snow more effectively than a straight edge. The wavy Magne-Traction edges enable the board to grip and hold better in all conditions. Get next level confidence and agility on ice and hard pack, as well as any situation where you need to trust your edges — icy slopes, cat tracks, traverses, superpipe walls, kicker runways, and early morning crust. For those who can’t get enough of the park, Magne-Traction has a freestyle advantage — you can de-tune your edges for jibbing or rails and still have superior edge hold all over the mountain.
CORE: Kind Hearted - A little softer, kinder wood. Includes FSC certified wood. Light, fast growing, farmed wood with long fibers for pop.
TOP: Co-Ex - Good impact strength, compatible with eco-sublimation.
BASE: C X 2500 - An extruded base that’s fast and requires little maintenance.
SIDEWALLS: 5 SW - UHMW (Ultra High Molecular Weight) exterior sidewalls made from soy-based elastomer are laminated to five internal wood layers for totally bombproof sidewalls.
FIBERS: Biaxial - Two-way fiberglass orientation that is forgiving and fun.
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