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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 Wild Hearts Enjoyer Series Snowboard – Sneak Peek

2015 K2 Wild Hearts Snowboard

K2 Wild Hearts Enjoyer Series Snowboard The rush of blood caused by the 2016 K2 Wild Hearts Enjoyer Series Snowboard is never ending.  For the free spirited women of the world the Wild Hearts combine the highest caliber technology beating through the entire board.  K2’s WH4 core, the lightest and strongest, uses Honeykomb™ to reduces weight…

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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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How to Choose a BMX Bike

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Bicycle motocross, or BMX, has been around since disco and bell bottoms. Jumping, racing and pulling BMX stunts is the type of crazy that never truly dies. Designed for tough track riding, BMX bikes excel on dirt, vert, park, street and flatland. Classic BMX bikes have low saddles, chunky tires, durable metal frames and high straight handlebars. On…

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Bern Asks, “Do You Have $300 Feet and a $10 Head?”

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Protect your gray area! Because living in a black-and-white world sucks. You know that spongy grayish matter called the brain? Yah, you do not want it to become scrambled or at worse spill out on to the slopes! Your brain is a highly sensitive device that unfortunately comes in a chintzier case than a CD….

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Burton’s 2015 Squeezebox Technology

Burton Squeezebox High - The-House.com

Burton Snowboards give back more than they’ve taken out.  Since day one they’ve paved the way for constant progression, innovation, and understanding.  The time to showcase the evolution of technology is now, and there is no better company than Burton to do it with. The ever expanding boandaries of Burton Snowboards lead to some of…

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Alex Taran’s South American Beacon Project

South American Beacon Project

Disproving Avalanche Myths and The South American Beacon Project: House Rider Alex Taran Sets Out to Make a Difference Avalanches do not affect people in Chile*. “Gringa no tenemos avalanchas en Chile…” a group of my friends told me before they dropped into a path without avalanche gear, but with 50cms of fresh snow. (*Later…

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