The beauty about options is that there’s always something for everyone. You don’t like Burton you have Ride, you’re not down with Boa there’s Speed Zone, and for those that thought everything was sicker with Clicker we have rear entry bindings. While some might not be down with taking it from the rear others love [...]
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Flux bindings have been creating bindings for 18 years. With an alternate start coming from a guy working for a Japanese car seat company. One of the most notable things they’ve done is infusing urethane into their bindings to allow for better tweaks and movement. Here’s their tech video’s breaking down their line for 2011.
The Reverse Camber Revolution might have taken center stage as the most amazing advancement in technology since, well since ever, but there’s been a quiet revolution lurking in the wings. One that most people haven’t paid too much attention too. Now as the new snow season is about to hit us it’s time to look [...]
Got to give Dave Lee credit he really does get inventive with his decks. This time around he makes a putting/driving green for Chris Dufficy. And yes it ends up fully functional, so once again Signal pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in board creation.
Max Jenke and company were awesome enough to put together these videos talking about the tech that goes into their boards. It’s awesome to see more companies stepping up to the plate and making these videos talking about their tech. Hopefully a review will be in the future.
C3 (Capita, Coal, and Union Bindings) understands the needs of the people and the biggest need has always been informing them. With the idea of bringing the information to the masses they created the C3 SuperPro blog to put their tech video’s and line break downs in one place. Here’s some of their knowledge they’re [...]
If you look at the boots on the market there’s a plethora of lacing options out there for you to choose from. Some companies contract out to Boa or share technology like Speed Zone, while others go the do it yourself route and create their own. Rome SDS is no stranger to doing things themselves [...]
Paul McGinty is the board designer over at Ride and he threw together a few videos talking about traditional camber and their prorize rockers. So for those of you that might be confused check out these three videos.
For this Third Thursday from Signal Snowboards Dave Lee and company made a fully organic snowboard then sent it off to Woodward at Copper to have it tested. I’ve seen these decks it looked like a fun experiment, but check out what went down with the testing involved.
In the infinite quest to find the ultimate performance enhancing binding set up people have gone to lengths to experiment with their bindings. We’ve had baseless, canted, mini disks, etc. etc. to get better feel and along the way we’ve toyed around with what to do with our high backs. Some have stuck with the [...]