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Outdoor Retailer: 2019 Snowboard Gear Preview

Posted August 7, 2018 @ 11:21am by Dylan Lavoie

The winter of 2018 was simply awesome! The East got crushed, then eventually the West got dumped on, and Canada...well it’s always awesome in Canada. Unfortunately right now it’s Africa hot outside with a constant temp of 95 degrees and all we want to do is go shredding....

 

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Burton Bindings: EST vs Re-Flex

Posted September 21, 2013 @ 10:57am by Beau Schwab

Burton Bindings: EST vs Re-FlexBurton Snowboard bindings have a reputation for being the best in the industry and their team of riders shows Burton has things figured out when it comes to making a killer product backed by technology that really works and riders that put it to the test.Burton has two binding systems out...

 

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K2 Company IPO Snowboard Binding Review

Posted April 12, 2012 @ 10:41am by Eric Gerrmann

K2 Company IPO Snowboard Binding ReviewThe K2 Company IPO Snowboard Binding is a brand new edition to their already stellar binding line-up. The Company IPO has K2's Tweakback technology, which is a urethane material originally introduced on the K2 Hurrithane. After years of testing, K2 has found that urethane material is...

 

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K2 Ultra Dream 2012-2013 Review

Posted March 28, 2012 @ 2:16pm by Beau Schwab

K2 Ultra Dream 2012-2013 Review Sometimes I just want something that no one else has, I want something new and when I find it there is no question in my mind that I have to have it. It’s called exclusivity and I’m pretty sure it’s the farthest thing from the feeling of buyer’s remorse....

 

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K2 Fastplant Snowboard Review

Posted March 28, 2012 @ 12:35pm by Craig Wright

K2 Fastplant Snowboard Review K2 Fastplant Snowboard is Bambooyah to the core and the perfect spring snow slayer.Warmer temperatures are hitting ski resorts all across the country. Snow is softening and coverage is thinning. It is the perfect time of year to slide around on terrain features that might...

 

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Gnu Riders Choice 2012-2013 Review

Posted March 27, 2012 @ 12:09pm by Beau Schwab

Gnu Riders Choice 2012-2013 Review When I first learned a little bit more about GNU other than the fact that it was a core snowboard brand that seemed to like pickles a whole bunch I found out that they claimed to have been making boards since 1977. Alright lets not get ahead of ourselves, not Gnu, but the guy who...

 

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