Having a board that is easy to ride is always a plus, but having it also be a bit versatile is just a bonus. The Trickstick is one of those park boards that while limited in its scope is still fun and versatile on small to medium features.
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The Maet from Dinosaurs Will Die is their team influenced deck. This year they teamed up with the D.O.P.E. crew and the graphic is heavily inspired by one of the crews favorite pastimes… fashion smoking. Here’s how it stacked up.
Powder oriented twin tips aren’t new but we’re seeing more of them these days. Smokin created the Jetson to answer the demand of the people. Here’s how this snowboard stacked up.
The Arbor Draft is the board that changed the direction Arbor was going in. It brought them into the world of park and freestyle. This board has changed since its inception and 2015 it seems to be no different with them coming out of their new factory for the second year.
Ladies are you looking for a park oriented board with the newest iteration of traditional camber, but don’t know where to look? Do you find yourself saying I wish there was a soft and playful deck I could ride around the mountain? Well if your answer is Oh Yeah! Then look no further because this […]
The Rush is a board we have featured before in our review and award series. In 2013 it won a Best Good Platinum Wood Test Award Pick for being a solid all mountain freeride board. In 2015 how will this board from Flow stack up?
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.
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.