The final award winner for our Best Good Platinum Wood Test Award Picks comes straight out of Michigan from a little brand that’s slowly gaining recognition. The Throwback’s name might throw you off but it is a true all park slayer do it all deck. After a reign of two years the Arbor Blacklist has […]
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There’s a lot of factors to look at when seeing what board will be the all mountain king. Can it jib, can it jump, can it carve, how about ride through chopped out terrain, and so forth. The 2014 K2 Raygun is one of those snowboards that can do it all and caters to a […]
Adding women’s reviews this year was new to us and we weren’t sure how it was going to go over. It seems like it’s been a smashing success and knowing that there has to be one deck that sticks out we let Zara choose her favorite. It comes as no surprise that the Salomon Gypsy […]
Last year if you asked us if we would ever ride a Rossignol again we would have laughed at you. If you said we would actually dig one of their boards as the best jib stick we’ve been on we would have mocked you. Well here we are in 2014 and the RocknRolla has just […]
This past season we were blessed to ride a lot of powder in the late season, especially compared to the year before. This allowed us to test a lot of the new powder shapes on the market. All snowboards should be able to ride powder because that’s initially what they were invented for. The stand […]
We all started out the same in snowboarding. Floundering around on a mellow slope, cold, catching edges, and then it clicked. That initial click changed our lives and snowboarding became something awesome. The Arbor Formula has been a board we’ve mentioned as being one of the best beginner boards on the planet. The 2014 model […]
After two years of being a top pick and go to board for the founder of this site, everyone assumed this board would win again. Well sadly the Blacklists reign has come to an end. But as Arbor pushes forward into 2014 they can rest assured that having a Legacy award is not a bad […]
The Idol is the board of choice of Salomon Backcountry vixen Annie Boulanger. This means that those ladies looking to ride all over should probably check out another deck unless they’re some kind of giant Tundra Wookiee. Here is what Zara had to say about this stick.
Last year we introduced the Best All Mountain Freeride award which was won by none other than this deck. Seeing as nothing significant has changed with the Rush ABT we decided to give it a Legacy award to show that it’s still a solid ride and people should check it out.
People seemed to be shocked that last year the Rounds won the best jib board award. Why? Because Echelon was a brand new company coming out of nowhere. Well for 2014 nothing noticeable has changed with the board which is why it was only able to achieve a Legacy award this year. Here’s the review.