Snowboard Reviews

2015 Zion Zany Earth Snowboard Review

Zion Zany Earth Ryan Paul

Zion Zany Earth | Ryan Paul Ryan Paul here to tell you about my board, the Zion ZANY EARTH deck! This board is sick! Really Sick! If you’re looking for a board that crushes everything and leaves it in cinders, look no further, the Zion Zany Earth Snowboard deck with its sweet Super CrockaBear 3D…

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2015 Interior Plain Project Harrow Snowboard Review

Interior Plain Project Harrow Snowboard

Interior Plain Project Harrow | Kyle Kennedy I have loved the Harrow since day one. They are truly the perfect blend of a soft playful board that you can maneuver in any way you need them too, and a board with a backbone that will hold you into that press or keep you on your…

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2015 Rome Garage Rocker Snowboard Review

1 - Garage Rocker

Rome Garage Rocker | Matty Kirchgasler Currently I’m riding the Garage Rocker. Before trying this board I was pretty convinced that I would only ride a Camber board and be happy with it. Call me old fashioned, but I am a big fan of the edge control and pop that a camber board supplies. Comfortable…

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2015 Salomon Villain Snowboard Review

Jordan Daniels Salomon Villain Snowboard

Salomon Villain Snowboard | Jordan Daniels The Salomon Villain Snowboard is a versatile all mountain freestyle board that’s ready to rip any kind of snow you put in front of it. Here’s a little more of what makes this shred stick tick. To start, the five point equalizer edges makes for a smooth and stable…

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2016 Yes 20/20 Snowboard | Sneak Peek

1 - 2016 Yes 2020 Snowboard Hero

Yes 20/20 Snowboard The 2016 Yes 20/20 Snowboard floats on powder better than powder specific boards yet can grip on corduroy like any true twin board. With what’s called a 3D Powder Hull profile shape, the Yes 2020 Snowboard features a concave nose and tail that provides hydrodynamic planing. If there’s one board that’s going…

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2016 K2 World Wide Weapon (WWW) Snowboard – Sneak Peek

2016 K2 World Wide Weapon Snowboard

K2 WWW Snowboard Standing on a pillar of greatness is the new 2016 K2 World Wide Weapon (WWW) Snowboard.  With a wrap around graphic that continues from the topsheet onto the base the WWW not only looks great, it rides great.  The Jib Tip and Tweekend™ nose and tail compliment the full length press-able base that…

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2016 K2 Joy Driver Snowboard – Sneak Peek

2016 K2 Joy Driver Snowboard

K2 Joy Driver Snowboard Looking back from the distant future snowboarding will thank K2 for designing the 2016 Joy Driver snowboard.  With a heavy  influence from all mountain ripper Lucas Debari the K2 Joy Driver is versatile enough to handle anything the mountain can dish out.  The camber profile shape’s center rests under the medial side…

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2016 K2 World Wide Weapon (WWW) Enjoyer Series Snowboard – Sneak Peek

2016 K2 WWW Snowboard

K2 WWW Enjoyer Series Snowboard Adding more fun to the pack the 2016 K2 World Wide Weapon (WWW) Enjoyer Series Snowboard offers tip and tail customization to this already legendary freestyle jib board.  Just past the contact point the steel edges end and a nylon tips start; allowing for DIY cut customization!  The WWW Snowboard’s playful…

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2016 K2 Carveair Enjoyer Series Snowboard – Sneak Peek

2016 K2 Carveair Snowboard

K2 Carveair Enjoyer Series Snowboard Minds are blown at the first glance of the 2016 K2 Carveair Enjoyer Series Snowboard.  With an directional shape past the contact points and twin shape inside the contact points the K2 Carveair rips groomers like a twin board and slashes pow like a directional board.   A lifted flat section called…

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2016 K2 Cool Bean Enjoyer Series Snowboard – Sneak Peek

2016 K2 Cool Bean Snowboard

K2 Cool Bean Enjoyer Series Snowboard Only available in 143cm, the 2016 K2 Cool Bean Enjoyer Series Snowboard will turn heads all over the mountain.  With a short length, a direction tapered shape, and very wide waist width of 28.7cm the Cool Bean is guaranteed to give new experiences to the joy of snowboarding.  Imagine laying…

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