There once was a time when crowd funding sites like Kickstarter didn’t allow every person and bad idea the chance to pan handle to the Internet masses, sadly those days are gone. This leaves us with a plethora of bad ideas seeking non traditional funding. Earlier this week we were given the opportunity to fund […]
The Craft from Salomon is a board that aren’t afraid to make their board work for what they want from it. I took this board out for a day of frolicking around Breckenridge and here’s what I had to say about it.
Candy Productions is definitely not the Too Hard of Japan, but they still manage to document their female snowboard scene. If only there was more of that glorious sweet Japanese powder in this.
For 2015 Bataleon is joining the rest of the snowboard world that is on a kick to make asymmetrical boards the new norm. The Evil Twin Asym is stiffer than the regular Evil Twin which adds to the uniqueness of its ride.
Marhar snowboards seems to have found that magical recipe that makes skeptics turn into believers. We set our female tester up with their KOD Snowboard to test out with its new sideways rocker technology and this is what she had to say.
With snowboarding being seasonal there always seems to be someone out to invent some new form of off season activity to satiate the thirst for sliding sideways on snow. While most are content to ride a skateboard or cruise around on a longboard, that just doesn’t always work for the non mechanically inclined. Which is […]
Volkl Snowboards Peter Walchhofer took to the east and west of Europe to put together this edit. Which mixes parts from a few different projects for a well rounded edit.
Sean Genovese is the slayer of dinosaurs, the purveyor of keeping snowboarding closer to its roots, and just a all around great dude. His model from Dinosaurs Will Die embodies everything he brings to the table as a rider. Read the review and remember Dinosaurs Will Die!
The District from Rossignol is their offering for beginners. This is why it has a 20% camber zone between the feet and 80% rocker everywhere else. That exact blend of camber makes for an easier catch free ride. Because lets be honest, we all started somewhere and it wasn’t easy.
The Nitro stance is an entry level twin park board for the rider on a budget. Don’t let the lack tech or lower price fool you though, this board is meant to hit a rail and pop off small jumps. Check out the full review for more.