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X-Games To Add Snowboard Ballet In 2015

X-Games To Add Snowboard Ballet In 2015

The X-Games happened again this weekend in Aspen Colorado and of course those that actually care about snowboarding got to watch a spin to win triple chuck yourself contest go down in various events. The only high points were that Danny Davis won halfpipe with a run that included a switch method and Chloe Kim […]

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Rotational Bindings – The Cause of the Zombie Apocalypse

Rotational Bindings – The Cause of the Zombie Apocalypse

Originality is completely dead! It has all been done, too death! There is nothing new coming out, instead we opt to regurgitate old ideas over and over to sell to the masses as something new. Truthfully this is the zombie apocalypse that everyone these day seems to prep for. It isn’t in the sense of […]

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Reinventing The Step-In With The Help Of Kickstarter

Reinventing The Step-In With The Help Of Kickstarter

We live in a time where present technology seems to borrow from the past to help advance the future. Looking through the annals of snowboarding you can see the influences of yesteryear today. Things like reverse camber, asymetrical sidecuts, blunted shapes, baseless bindings, 3-D bases, and the like seem to have come full circle. What […]

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Morbidly Obese American Snowsports Enthusiasts Rejoice At New Device For The Lazy

Morbidly Obese American Snowsports Enthusiasts Rejoice At New Device For The Lazy

As morbid obesity becomes the latest trends for Americans to get on, the snow sports industry has to keep up with the demands of its participants otherwise couch crunching and channel surfing will become the more prevalent action sports. With the largest complaint of the over weight being that their bodies can’t properly support their […]

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One Board To Rule Them All

One Board To Rule Them All

Chances are if you snowboard you probably do some other cross over activities like skateboarding, wakeboarding, skim boarding, wrong boarding, and the such. With all these various board sports you probably find yourself plunking down a good chunk of change across all the various seasons of enjoyment. Well relax it seems someone has invented the […]

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Santa Barbara is the Birthplace of Snowboarding

Santa Barbara is the Birthplace of Snowboarding

It’s Monday, if you live in the United States you just had a four day weekend of hard partying and major relaxing. Being back to work is not helping your stoke level. You’re probably sitting behind your desk in that cubicle or checking your smart phone trying to find something to satisfy your lust for […]

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The Secret Society of Knee Destroyers

The Secret Society of Knee Destroyers

Last month we thought we put the final nail in the coffin with all the rotational bindings and plates that seemingly keep getting reintroduced to the snowboarding market, oh but we were wrong, so so wrong. Seems yet again someone hasn’t gotten the memo that the horse has been flogged to death and has decided […]

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360 Degrees of Knee Breaking Mockery

360 Degrees of Knee Breaking Mockery

The saying that necessity is the mother of invention exists for a reason, which is pretty obvious, necessity creates innovation which in turn drives progression. So why is it that people who create bad ideas are so short sighted they can’t do their due diligence to research their “innovative” project that they believe is a […]

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Snowboard Training Wheels

Snowboard Training Wheels

Snowboarding is hard, we all get that! It takes coordination, stamina, balance, energy, and a slew of other attributes to slowly master the process. The reward of being able to glide across snow after all the falls is what the learning experience is about. So how do we make it easier?

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The Return Of The Snowboard Brake

The Return Of The Snowboard Brake

We’ve mocked snowboard brakes before and it seemed some people were upset about it. Evidently the concept of edge control was lost on them or perhaps the idea of flipping your board over so it’s laying bindings facing down is just too hard to grasp, either way it was a mixed bag. Now here we […]