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Grenade Gloves Proud to Expand into the 2 Wheel Board Market

Grenade Gloves Proud to Expand into the 2 Wheel Board Market

When Danny Kass announced he was retaking control of his brand most everyone believed this might be what would right the sinking ship that is Grenade Gloves. We on the other hand had some concerns as there were vague references to various action sports communities. Well it seems in the latest round of press releases […]

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Consumers Shocked to Learn All Snowboards Are Handbuilt

Consumers Shocked to Learn All Snowboards Are Handbuilt

In a day that will surely go down in the history of snowboarding, consumers were shocked to learn that all snowboards are made in factories by factory workers hands and not automated machines. This practice which has been hidden behind creative marketing for decades was finally brought to light when a lone factory worker broke […]

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International Epidemic of Scurvy in Mountain Towns, 200 Dead

International Epidemic of Scurvy in Mountain Towns, 200 Dead

As the New Year has kicked in and many seasonaire’s or snow carnies as they’re more aptly named have settled into their jobs of making the resorts we so love to frequent function there comes devastating news of an international epidemic. This plague seems to only effect those of lower income who are the patrons […]

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World Snowboard Day, No One Snowboarded

World Snowboard Day, No One Snowboarded

Yesterday Sunday December 22nd was once again host to World Snowboard Day. A day to bring together snow-sliding aficionado’s from all over the world to partake in the common activity they share. Resorts the world over hosted many various events and promotions to entice riders new and old, the only problem was the unprecedented attendance.

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The Year In Review: 2012

The Year In Review: 2012

Since 12/21/2012 happened and we weren’t killed by the world exploding, the axis counter rotating, or flying molten hot kittens dropping from the ski it’s safe to say that the Mayans are liars. It’s these lies that ultimately brought about the demise of their civilization, or it was the opening of Wal-Mart. Either way the […]

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Retail Retribution With David Thorne

Someone once told me that the Internet was truly going to be the great equalizer, separating good shops from bad shops. It’s true everything that the Internet offers has changed the playing field so drastically shops are and have been going out of business. Adapt or die seems to be the motto everyone is pushing […]