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2013 Academy Rhythm Used and Reviewed

2013 Academy Rhythm Used and Reviewed

Some people go on and on about how camber is dead, while others keep talking about how it’s going to come back. Love it or hate it, there’s definitely a need to keep it around. Academy might not be a big brand but they certainly understand about why they need to keep it around.

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2013 Switchback (NoBack) Bindings Used and Reviewed

2013 Switchback (NoBack) Bindings Used and Reviewed

The idea of using a highbackless binding isn’t anything new it’s just more people are feeling that it gives that skate-like or surfy feel when sliding around the mountain. Since Kevin our resident binding tester is a strapping young lad or lady depending on who you ask he was willing to sacrifice his body for […]

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2013 Rome CrossRocket Used and Reviewed

2013 Rome CrossRocket Used and Reviewed

I’ve ridden a lot of decks in my day and it just seems that every year someone has to make a death sled that scares the living hell out of you. This was one of those decks. Whether it was the base profile, use of original camber, or the fact the core is one of […]

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2013 Nitro Swindle Used and Reviewed

2013 Nitro Swindle Used and Reviewed

I’ve ridden this board since it first came out in the Nitro line. It’s a jack of all trades master to none type of board that I think just about anyone that’s cruising around playing on the mountain would be happy. Since it’s a new year here’s another review.

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2013 Salomon Villain Used and Reviewed

2013 Salomon Villain Used and Reviewed

Seems this year every company is dropping an entirely new model with some kind of hybrid camber. The good thing about Salomon is they know how to make a board and make it ride very well. Here’s how it stacked up.

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2013 Burton Mission Restricted Used and Reviewed

2013 Burton Mission Restricted Used and Reviewed

The Restricted line is like the old Coalition line that Burton had. Kevin was able to get his hand on a set of these and try them out on a few different boards. Here’s what he had to say about one of the longest running bindings in Burton’s line.

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2013 Flow Drifter Used and Reviewed

2013 Flow Drifter Used and Reviewed

Take a whole series of camber options and convex bases and roll it into one board and that is what the Drifter is. Is it for everyone? Probably not but it’s still a solid new option on the market. So give this review a look.

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2013 Salomon Salomonder Used and Reviewed

2013 Salomon Salomonder Used and Reviewed

What could be better than a bearded tranny with it’s tits flapping in the breeze on roller blades? Well probably a slew of things like a unicorn or something majestic like that. But being that this is the board of choice for the Salomon jib team the graphics just go wherever they want. Question will […]

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2013 Rome Butterknife Used and Reviewed

2013 Rome Butterknife Used and Reviewed

Now that everyone has figured out the whole alternate camber thing and it’s pretty much a done deal base shape is the new thing. You have TBT, BS Tech, 3d Base, Snake Transition, blah blah blah etc. etc. Rome is playing around with this diamond shape that elevates the contact points but keeps the majority […]

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2013 Salomon Grip Used and Reviewed

2013 Salomon Grip Used and Reviewed

Big mountain freestyle is one of those awe inspiring things to watch, but it’s even better to do. The Grip is designed for just that. Utilizing G.I.F.T. technology you would be hard pressed to find a more green snowboard.