Price US $319

Roxy Inspire Review And Buying Advice

Roxy Inspire 2014 - 2011 Review by The Good Ride

The 2014 Roxy Inspire added BTX and for the first time it now has Magnetraction making it a much better board for the price range.  You now have solid grip and an easy forgiving ride making this a much better board. I only recommend going for the 2014 board and not the years without BTX. This is a great choice for the entry level rider on a budget that rides in hard to icy conditions.

The 2013 and below Roxy Inspire decent beginner park board but it’s missing Magnetraction.  That seems like a sandwich without bread and it puts this board in the same category as every other average rocker snowboard.  If you are looking to learn in only good conditions then this is better than renting.  If you are serious about learning to snowboard then spend the extra money to get the Roxy Ally or Gnu B-Nice.  Here is how it use to ride.

On Snow Feel

Loose

Powder

Good

  

Turn Initiation

Very Easy

    

Speed

Average

 

Uneven Terrain

Great

   

Edge Hold

Mostly Soft

 

Flex

Medium/Soft

 

Carving

Average

 

Switch

Excellent

    

Jibbing

Great

   

Pipe

Average

 

Jumps

Good

  
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Riding Style

All Mountain Freestyle

Riding Level

Beginner

Available Widths

Women's

Manufactured in

Shape

True Twin

Camber Profile

Continuous Rocker

Stance

Centered

Approx. Weight

Feels Normal

On Snow Feel

Loose

Turn Initiation

Fast

Flex

Medium/Soft

Edge Hold

Icy Snow

Powder

Good

Carving

Average

Speed

Average

Uneven Terrain

Great

Switch

Great

Jumps

Good

Jibbing

Good

Pipe

Good