Snowboard Reviews

Review: Nitro Magnum Snowboard


Dave here at The House. Talking about hands down the best selling wide snowboard of all time. Nitro Magnum snowboard has been in their line since I started here a good 8 or 9 years ago. So long I don’t even remember when it started. What you’re looking at here, definitely for guys who have…


Review: Nitro Haze Snowboard


Dave McCaul here at The House talking about one of my favorite Nitro Boards the brand is making new in for ‘em. It’s called the Nitro Haze snowboard. What you’re looking at here is more affordable twin-tip, extremely soft flexing snowboard, but not an entry level deck like you normally would have. It definitely has…


Review: Burton X8 ICS Snowboard


Dave McCaul here, talking about Burton‘s best park snowboard they make, it’s the Burton X8 snowboard. What you’re looking at here is basically the highest end core they put into a park snowboard. It’s the Park Fly III core . They use lighter wood in the nose and the tail to lower the swing weight,…


Review: Capita Green Machine FK Snowboard


Dave here at The House talking about the Capita Green Machine snowboard. (Hmmm!) What you’re looking at here is, basically, Capita’s most eco-friendly construction. What you’re going to have is a biodegradable bean topsheet, kind of somewhat what the Mervin guys are using. It’s not that really it’s not really that toxic, super glossy topsheet…


Review: Burton Jeremy Jones Snowboard


Dave McCaul talking about super awesome, happy, fun, madness,Burton Jeremy Jones snowboard. Jeremy Jones pro modeled for Burton. Starting off with the graphic, it’s pretty cool. You got the whole mini shreds, sponsor me video, getting some height, getting some product, jumping roofs, getting on the magazine cover, getting a check, blowing it on booze,…


Review: Rossignol Myth Snowboard


I’m Dave here at the house talking about the Rossignal Myth women’s snowboard. I always tell my customers over the phone that Rossignal is one of the best “bang for the bucks” we have in the shop. As a result of the sheer number of skis and snowboards they produce worldwide. Even at their full…


Review: Rossignol Scope Snowboard


Davie at the house, talking about the Rossignol Scope snowboard. This is definitely one of my top sellers. Super good bang for the buck associated with this snowboard. Works good for probably 70% of the riders out there. What you’re looking at is intermediate, all mountain. Middle of the road flex, slightly directional shape, can…


Review: Ride Lowride Snowboard


Dave here at The House talking about that Ride LowRide snowboard. One of our best selling kids snowboards of all time. It is a super simple All Mountain Directional snowboard with a slightly set back stance. But you can still rock it twin if you set back your discs. Thin-con construction, super thin, there by…


Review: Capita Stairmaster Extreme Snowboard


Dave here at The House talking about the Capita Stairmaster Extreme snowboard. Basically, it’s a suped up hot-rod of the ever-popular Stairmaster snowboard. You have a true twin on this one. What we’re looking at, it’s going to have a core upgrade. It’s going to have a base upgrade. It’s going to have a dampening…


Review: K2 WWW Snowboard


Dave here in The House talking about the K2 WWW snowboard, a.k.a. the World Wide Weapon. Comes in two different versions this year. We’ve got a cambered version which I’ve got right here, or you’ve got their Jib Rocker version. Differences between the two: camber will have a nifty little high spot like traditional snowboards…