Sims FR750 Freeride

Sims FR750 Freeride 

DESCRIPTION

This series of boards are modeled after the Sims pro team boards and includes all the ingredients as well. With the new Full wood core and new pre-preg fiberglass, this board is a solid ride.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 17, 2008]
manny
Snowboarder

ive had this board for about for maybe five years and it was my second board , sims makes awesome boards and i never had any problems with it , its great in all snow and in the park specially for a not so high priced board

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 26, 2003]
Stryker Ro
Intermediate

Strength:

on ice at high speeds responsivness

Weakness:

top sheet chips easily

It has been a real battle trying to find reviews on this snowboard. And in an effort to get other owners of this snowboard to post, I am posting my own opinion. I am not sure what year this is, but the graphic is the orange and black one (163). I took a risk on it and love it. You must take into consideration that I started snowboarding this season and that this is my first board, but I am very happy with my purchase. The board responds extremely well to my movements, but forvinging enough to allow me to learn linked turns in one day. On ice, the edges hold extremely well and is stable at fast speeds. I have progressed with this board to a point where I can ride the whole mountain and find that it keeps surprising me how well it performs.

Similar Products Used:

none

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Nov 11, 2002]
Austen
Advanced

Strength:

the strengths are unbelievable with the fiberglass and awesome wood core.

Weakness:

I haven't noticed any weaknesses

This snowboard is so awesome. It is a great freeride board. i like to ride freestyle on it to. but overall it is a awesome board

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 14, 2001]
korci
Skier

Strength:

None

I recommend this board for anyone who likes to freeride!! it is extremely stable and solid as a rock at excessive speeds! no reason to slow down even a little bit. it obeys your orders everytime and just wants to take you to light speeds if you let it go down a real slope for some seconds. and theres nobody you cant pass if you give this lovely thing a little bit of time. it is also good at some small tricks like jumping over small bumps at high speeds and you just land well if you lean forward a bit. however, the only thing that wasnt so very good about it was its performance off the piste. because this sensitive device(155cm) has 830 sidecut radius, you have to be careful if you are riding it fast on smooth/fresh deep snow, it just predicts your move and immediately gives what you want earlier than you''ve wanted. So I say it is a must buy for the ones who like to ride real fast without a risk of falling down. and an advice... dont forget to think about how to stop this thing before you let yourself right down the slope.

Similar Products Used:

None

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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