The Ride Kink is that staple jib board that countless people have ridden due to its price and how it is know for playing around on rails or the snow. Below is the review of what I thought of this twin soft park stick.
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The biggest hindrance to the Jibsaw is its name. This board from Rossignol is highly versatile for park riding, but it can also handle the whole mountain with ease. The elongated tip and tail kick help with this versatility.
This is our second round on the Hit Machine from K2 Snowboards and we can safely say this board is completely different riding than last years. Want to know more? Read the rest of the review below.
The rat is that board for riders that are going hard in the park or the streets. Dinosaurs Will Die is trying to give these riders an easier entry into snowboarding by making a fun board that won’t break the bank.
The Time Machine is one of those boards when you get on it you instantly know it’s a snowboard and that it’s going to not jerk you around or not do things you want. We rode it, we reviewed it, and now you can read about it.
The Templar from Rossignol is a mid ranged all mountain freestyle snowboard. This snowboard features a mellow version of their Magnetraction as well as a almost twin shape. For those that still want camber between their feet this could be an option.
The SuperPark LTD. is Smokin’s way of saying thank you to their retailers and those that have stuck by them. You can only pick this up at select shops. Below you’ll find out all our thoughts on the 2015 model we tested.
Rome has created a versatile powder slayer in the Mountain Division. A board that after slaying the deep white stuff can still rail a turn on the groomed runs. Here’s how this snowboard stacked up.
Amplid’s Pocket Knife is one of those snowboards that makes the magical claim of being able to drop down in size and still retain all the characteristics of a bigger board. We took this park oriented hybrid camber shred sled for some laps and this is what we had to say.
Want a board you can ride anywhere and charge with? That’s the K2 Turbo Dream in a complete nutshell. Seriously, that’s what this board is designed for. Read the review and find out more.