The Interior Plain Project Dark Meadows Collection
There isn’t a board company based out of the Midwest with as much heart and soul as The Interior Plain Project. Pete Harvioux has the visionary mind behind The Interior Plain Project which started in 2001 with something simple…stickers. With a factory ready to produce decks Pete decided to halt the operation until a better time, that time is now.
With a skate style of snowboarding influencing The Interior Plain Project board designs there is no limit to what the decks can or cannot do with true twin shaping. Straight forward radial sidecut and camber featured in both the Harrow and Honalee boards beat other decks to the punch with a simple approach. Team riders Joe Mertes, Jack Thonvold, and Matt “Booty” Boudreaux have been thrashing The Interior Plain Project decks to their limits and have been loving every second of it.
Keeping the project small The Interior Plain Project is only producing 2 snowboard models in the Dark Meadows Collection for the 2012/2013 season; the Harrow (147cm & 152cm) and the Honalee (156cm). The Honalee Snowboard is a knife to the stomach of snowboarding that offers a tremendous amount of pop and hella’ (9mm) camber. The Interior Plain Project knows its market, and for that it created the poppy jib press friendly 2mm cambered Harrow Snowboard. But wait, there’s more…The Interior Plain Project also released softgoods too; hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and hoodies.
Expect The Interior Plain Project to blow up. The company is small and sold only to select retailers (we’re stoked to be one), and it’s only the beginning. Stay tuned for more.