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Roxy know how to make snowboards dedicated for woman, but will the Roxy Sugar leave our test team with a sweet tooth? Find out in our review as we sugar coat the mountain with it in the Austrian Alps.
Level
Recreational
Flex Rating
2
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Riders who want a fun and relaxed day but still keep learning all the time
Season
2017/18
Float
8
Playfulness
10
Value
10
Edge hold
9
Stability
8
Turn initiation
9
Overall Score
9

Originally created in 1990 by Quicksilver, Roxy is a brand name dedicated woman. Roxy is a truly giant of a brand out on the mountain, and their heart and soul goes into producing female specific products. The Roxy (Banana) Sugar has been a firm favourite for a few years now.

It is easy to see why as this board has so much pop! It's absolutely perfect for learning new tricks in the park or just jibbing around on the pistes and having fun.

It's amazingly responsive with quick transitions all round. Although, maybe not for those large roundhouse carves as the edges don't bite in enough

Although it's very poppy, you feel completely stable as the rocker shape really holds you in that more tricky terrain. The flat sections underfoot are great for control.

Being True Twin, you can flip back and forth to switch like that and then let it hold you through any carve without even thinking about it.

It's great on fast straight sections as well, with no feeling of slipping out whatsoever, as well as it being very forgiving. I think one of the best boards out there for girls who really want to have a fun and relaxed day, but still hit some challenging features without thinking about it too much.

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