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Ride the World

Get ready to ride the world with the newest line of snowboards from World Industries. These babies have flex, the sickest designs in town and they're tested for battle by kids just like you.

The World Industries' Combat Series is a line made specially for kids. It can sometimes be a real fight going through powder or the half-pipe, so the guys at World prepared these boards for all your toughest wars on the slopes.

All the boards in the Combat Series are made with a wood core so they're easy to control and respond well to your sharpest turns. The design makes them a great "freeride" board so you can ride it through the terrain park, powder or the half-pipe. The styles in the Combat Series include the Crusher, the Terminator, the Airborne and the Top Gun.

So how do we do know these boards are any good? Well, you'll have to check one out yourself but all of them are tested and vouched for by World Industries' team of kid boarders who all ride the Combat Series. The World team includes Ryan Sheckler, who you probably know from the skateboarding world, and ten year-old Grayson Fletcher.

To check out the Combat Series and the rest of the team, head to www.worldindustries.com. What are you waiting for? Your toughest snowboard battles are waiting to be won.

To buy a Combat Series snowboard for this winter, click here.

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    What's Your Fave Way to Board?

    • Big air in the terrain park.
    • Sick Mctwists in the half-pipe.
    • Stick to the slopes (I'm really lame)
    • The backcountry - I love fresh powder.

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