Arbor Coda Splitboard Review
The Arbor Coda is one of only splitboards that will actually increase your riding ability instead of holding you back. The 2017 Arbor Coda Splitboard rides better than most traditional solid snowboards on the market. From the first day of testing it was apparent that Arbor had absolutely nailed the design of the Coda Split. [...]
Ride Helix Asymmetric Snowboard Review
Fun. That’s been one of my main goals for this season. After a few years of 3 AM wake-ups and 8-hour approaches, this deep, erratic snowpack has led me to a rediscovery of something that those of us who take riding too seriously seem to have forgotten: Snowboarding is supposed to be fun. The guys [...]
Top 10 Women’s Snowboards
I’m going to share with you my picks for the top women’s snowboards of the winter. With the recent reverse camber/camber technology, boards can be playful without compromising stability, truly creating all mountain boards for all conditions. I took each board I rode at SIA through the trees, bumps, groomers, and chop to see how [...]
Arbor Element Rocker Review
The Arbor Element snowboard is an all mountain beast. This board will do everything you think up, from side hits, to ripping steep and deep powder. With 20 years under it’s belt the Arbor Elements classic design is here to stay! Arbor Element Review Thanks to a parabolic rocker (rocker that fades out towards the [...]
2017 Jones Explorer Splitboard Review
Last season we reviewed the 2015-2016 Jones Explorer Splitboard (see below) and this year we wanted to bring you the 2016-2017 Jones Explorer Splitboard review to see what’s changed, what we dig and what can be improved for riding and touring in the backcountry. Odds are likely if you’re looking at this splitboard review, you [...]
Arbor Bryan Iguchi Camber Snowboard Review
Everything is better with Camber, seriously.. Odds are if you’ve been snowboarding for a decade of more then what were about to talk about should come of no surprise. Cambered snowboards are on the comeback (although not sure they ever went away). Last winter I had the chance to checkout the Bryan Iguchi Pro Model [...]