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2017: Best Snowboards

Posted November 17, 2016 @ 10:10am by TSM

2017: Best SnowboardsBest Snowboards of 2017Snowboarding since its creation has been and always will be awesome! Year after year board construction, technology, and innovation keeps the sport progressing to new heights. The newest trend is shapes, shapes, and more shapes. These boards are the new craze for good...

 

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Snowboard Boots: Boa vs. Lace

Posted January 19, 2015 @ 10:58am by Gordon Bombay

Snowboard Boots: Boa vs. Lace Everybody wants BOA snowboard boots nowadays. As soon as you bring them out to customers their faces light up and they start wondering what the eff that dial thing on the tongue does. Then you show them how easy it is to get the boots on and off and they’re sold. It’s too...

 

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Burton Snowboards: Throwback Thursday

Posted August 28, 2014 @ 12:05pm by Beau Schwab

Burton Snowboards: Throwback ThursdayThere are a few companies that do “Throwback Thursday” via instagram right but Burton Snowboards sets the bar to the next level.I could be biased. My true first name is Burton after my father who’s first board was a Craig Kelly Air who let my 4 year old fingers get on a VHS...

 

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How to Pick: Twin vs. Directional Snowboards

Posted June 26, 2014 @ 11:32am by Gordon Bombay

How to Pick: Twin vs. Directional SnowboardsSnowboards sell themselves. Some of our customers walk into the shop and choose their boards based on the graphics. Some of our customers lap the park all day and buy softer boards that they can take to the mountain or to the streets. The sad truth about snowboards is that there’s not much of...

 

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Do You Need a Stomp Pad For Your Snowboard?

Posted January 21, 2014 @ 4:09pm by Gordon Bombay

Do You Need a Stomp Pad For Your Snowboard?Customers in the shop often ask if they need to put a stomp pad on their brand new board. No, dude, you don’t need to mess up your crispy new snowboard with a big piece of studded rubber or metal. Last time I checked, I observed that most snowboarders, while snowboarding, strapped their feet...

 

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GNU Park Pickle Freestyle Setup

Posted October 15, 2012 @ 5:22pm by Eric Gerrmann

GNU Park Pickle Freestyle SetupThe GNU Park Pickle is an all-mountain freestyle snowboard, with serious technology that is guaranteed to keep your stoke levels rising. The BTX Banana tech combined with magne-traction, make this board super fun and stable... but enough with the tech talk. The Park Pickle looks ridiculously...

 

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