Lobster the brand from those wily Helgason brothers is definitely marketed more towards the youth. With graphics that range from bleeding teeth filled vagina’s to defecation into a fat mans stomach the Park Baord is their most subdued model. Here’s what I had to say about it.
The K2 Spot Lite was raved about by our female tester. Whether it was because it features the new camber 2.0 profile or its flex. This is a deck the ladies need to look a little further into.
Monument Snowboards is that little brand from the east coast that has been around for years doing its thing. The graphics are heavily inspired by artists on the come up. We took their 777 model for a spin and this is what we thought of it.
The 2015 Smokin Vixen utilizes their CTX camber profile as well as a fun yet playful flex pattern. We sent our female tester out to see what she thought of it and you can read her thoughts below.
Rome up and coming man am Max Lyons had an incredibly awesome summer shredding at Mt. Hood with a few of his friends. Watch and enjoy.
One more try, that’s all it takes. You keep on pushing and hoping to get it with just one more try. The Euro’s did a bit of work on some old world rails in this teaser.
The XV Magtek is designed for ripping steep and deep lines. This powder board has a lot of tech going on in it which helps with the ride. Would we call this board a powder and big line slayer? Most definitely!
Canadian Cody Shepard went from the parks of Whistler to the streets with a hodge-podge of clips he stacked all season. Enjoy this well rounded riders season edit.
The Poise by Thrive Snowboards is their female version of the Accomplice. A soft full reverse camber snowboard designed for the park but still maintaining pop. Here’s what our female tester had to say about it.
Jake McCarthy did it all this past season filming for There Goes. From slush park laps at Bear to heavy pow days and even some Midwest rail riding.