July’s coming to an end and the Their Take series is starting to wind down a bit. There’s a few more companies that have yet to get back to me. As of right now there’s going to be a slight hiatus in the interview series, but here’s a recap of all the past Their Takes incase you missed any.
Celsius boots talks about using left over materials, keeping older riders around, and the economy.
Tim from Heresy Snowboards gave us their take on being green and coming straight out of Australia.
Omatic gave us their take on having the most fossilized rider in the world Todd Richards still killing it, what it means to be on their team, and what’s up with the B.S Technology.
Kevin Sansalone talks about his new brand Whitegold, reverse sidecut, and keeping it real in the great white north.
Brenton Woo of Automaton gave us his take on all things industry related, definitely a very solid read for those that want a perspective from someone running a small brand.
His and Hers wax? Sure why not? Here’s what Sarah over at Magical Go-go and Pom Pom had to tell us about being the new comer to the wax market.
Tony from Ellis Snowboards talks about getting people involved in snowboarding, having a young team, and what having a small brand is like.
Coming out of the Pacific North West is Trew Gear, these guys are offering bright colors with high end materials. Get Their Take on having their gear made in North America.
Rich from Catalyst snowboards talks about being a small manufacturer in Australia.
Dan McNamara from Working Holiday gives us their take on starting Weekend Snowboards and having a top down sustainable outerwear company with Bond.
A great message can be far better than a team filled with the biggest pro’s, that’s exactly what Humanity Snowboards is doing, check out what they have to say about the snowboard industry.
A true do it yourself story coming from Portugal, Hugo from Prophet Snowboards gives us his take on being from Europe, his brand, and reverse camber.
What’s it take to be a small niche brand and still ride a lot more days than most people working for other companies? Jess from Snowbunny gives us her take on just that.
Burton may have killed the Pig, but the boys are still proving there’s life afterwards, check out the Their Take from Yes. Snowboards.
As mentioned there’s a few more companies, most notable is the video answers we should be getting from Boznuts and Matty Ryan, I expect some serious hilarity on their part. This fall check out the Their Take series with shop people from around the world.