Snowboard Reviews

Review: Capita Stairmaster Snowboard


Dave McCaul here talking about CAPiTA Stairmaster snowboard. It’s the snowboard that kind of started it off for CAPiTA. What you are looking at is just over three, twin, jib, durable, awesomeness. It will be a great snowboard for anybody that is lapping the park, doing city handrails, just looking for a snowboard that can…


Review: Vans Hi Standard Snowboard Boots


Dave here at The House talking about one of our best selling snowboard boots of all time, one of my personal favorites. I’m talking about the Vans Hi Standard snowboard boots. This is the Marcus Keller color way, kind of his pro model upgrade color way on this one. What you’re looking at, basically it’s…


Review: Burton Invader Snowboard Boots


Dave here at The House talking about the Burton Invader snowboard boots. This snowboard boot replaces the Tribute in their line. A real good bang for the buck snowboard boot for entry-level rider or somebody that is maybe looking for a cheaper park snowboard boot. What you got here is a synthetic leather and cord…


Review: Burton Supermodel X Snowboard


Dave here at The House, talking about the Burton Supermodel X snowboard. Super sick snowboard. If you’re not ever going to the park, but you’re an experienced rider, this is one you should check out. What you’re looking at here is an upgraded version of the regular Supermodel. Things to note on this one: it…


Review: K2 WWW Rocker Snowboard


Dave here in The House talking about the 2011 K2 WWW Rocker snowboard, a.k.a. the World Wide Weapon, from K2. 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…


Review: Ride Compact Snowboard


Dave here talking about the Ride Compact snowboard. It’s a super super tech-ridden snowboard, from the wonderful wizards at Ride, for the fairer sex. What you’re looking at here is going to be a twin all-terrain freestyle-oriented snowboard, entry-level to intermediate on mountain, entry level to advanced for freestyle. Starting with the top sheet, you’ve…


Review: Burton Custom ICS Snowboard


One most popular snowboard of all time, the Burton Custom. This is the traditional Camber version. They offer in both because Camber is still a viable technology. You will get a more lively turning snowboard. It will pop you from turn to turn a little bit quicker with the Camber version. So, with the popularity,…


Review: Salomon Pulse Snowboard


Alright Kids, now i got here Salomon Pulse snowboard. Looking at a really good bang for the buck twin from Salomon. You got twin shape directional flex with a slightly set back stance. Sidecut shape is symmetrical on this one, if you cut it in the middle the stance is shifted ever so slightly towards…


Review: Burton GTwin Snowboard


Dave here at the house, talking about the snowboard that I have put most of my ex- girlfriend’s on- the Burton G Twin snowboard-not because I hate them, but because it’s actually a really good snowboard. Definitely my favorite from the Burton line, basically kind of like a woman UnInc snowboard. Which they unfortunately discontinued…


Review: Burton Custom V-Rocker LTD Snowboard


All right. Dave here at The House, talking about my snowboard, this is one of the snowboards I’m rocking this year that and the Lib Tech Box Scratcher. Basically, on this one, it’s a super, super cool Burton Custom V-Rocker. The new snowboard form this year, Custom’s been famous in line for many, many years….