2016 Lib Tech La Nina Review
The Lib Tech La Nina Matt Cummins MC C1-BTX is a directional all-mountain all-terrain stick. Lib Tech has history as a snowboarding company. And when a historic company has teamed up with a professional snowboarder of the caliber of Matt Cummins for over two decades, then you know that their wares are going to be [...]
2016 Arbor Coda Camber Review
What does a company based out of Venice Beach know about making hard charging snowboards? One word: everything. Arbor is all about wood. And despite all our scientific advances of resins and polymers and alloys and fibers, there’s one thing that can’t be made in a lab: wood. And it’s the core of everything that’s [...]
2017 Never Summer Proto Type Two Snowboard Review
The Never Summer Type Two is the most lively, fun, surfy, poppy hippie loving snowboard I have ever ridden and it makes me uber proud that this snowboard was handmade in Denver, Colorado and even pressed by Sasso (a snowboarder). When you buy board from NS you’re supporting snowboarding and more importantly snowboarders as the [...]
2016 Ride Highlife UL Review
Ride Highlife UL Snowboard delivers a smooth all-mountain ride with effortless ease of movement in powder and a rocker/chamber design built for charging, and fast response. I got a taste of the Ride Snowboards Highlife, aka its a board built to destroy. After riding this board for a couple months early season here in the [...]
2016 Never Summer Evo Review
Without much thought or effort the 2016 Never Summer Evo made my park riding look much better then it really is.. Find out how the Never Summer Evo Snowboard board held up in the Rockies on hot laps through the park and in deep snow throughout the Rockies. 2016 Never Summer Evo Review I will [...]