Artec Phenom Review
The Artec Phenom is the perfect snowboard for big guys, designed with big feet in mind – yes, even size 13’s will be happy – the Phenom is a wide board that keeps both the handling and speed departments on lock despite its size. Larger riders often have trouble while snowboarding. On a normal-sized board, [...]
Never Summer SL Splitboard Review
Freestyle radness has entered into the backcountry with the new Never Summer SL Splitboard. The graphics on the SL haven’t changed much over the years but the board sure has. Never Summer worked with their R&D guys, their team riders and in house employees to create a splitboard that is perfect for your next backcountry [...]
Never Summer Raptor Review
Never Summer has done it once again by creating the new and incredible Never Summer Raptor big mountain snowboard machine. While riding the board in powder it reminded me of a perfect glassy days surfing in Hawaii, super clean and smooth. Find out just how this board held up against Jackson Hole Mountain Resort below [...]
Forum Destroyer Doubledog Review
The Forum Destroyer is definitely light. It stays on top of the snow in all conditions, is quick to turn, and is easy to move around in the air. It isn’t so light that you forget you have a board on your feet though. I like a board that actually feels like a board and [...]
Venture Zephy Review
Over the past month I have been touring and riding in the Washington backcountry on the Venture Zephyr Splitboard. I had always said I never felt 100% comfortable riding a splitboard in gnarly terrain, that changed recently thanks to the Venture’s Zephyr Splitboard. My initial impression of the board was that it felt heavy right [...]
2012 Venture Zephyr Review
I was excited to get on the Venture Zephyr Snowboard as soon as humanly possible, the first thing I noticed was the stability of this board, and it never washed out once. I lived in southwest Colorado for ten years and went to the Silverton Avalanche School, years before Silverton put a lift in. I [...]