Arbor Abacus Splitboard Review
For years splitboards were the weak link for snowboarders trying to ride in the backcountry, sure splitboards allowed us to go into the mountain and get away from the crowds like ski mountaineers have been doing for years however the splits never rode like a traditional snowboard. Over the last few years I am happy  [...]
Rossignol Angus Review
My first test run on the Rossignol Angus Magtek Snowboard had me never wanted to ride this board again. That being said the Rossignol Angus Snowboard is actually a really fun snowboard to ride in “most” conditions. So lets back track a bit. This is Rossignol is not a beginners snowboard, that being said once  [...]
Never Summer Ripsaw Review
Never Summer was the first company to incorporate a combination of camber and reverse camber in their snowboard line using RC technology (rocker – camber). Later, companies such as Mervin, which owns brands like GNU/Lib, followed suit with their Banana rocker boards. The Never Summer Ripsaw Snowboard employs this rocker camber technology from the original source.  [...]
Never Summer Heritage Review
The Carbonium topsheet on this years Heritage makes this Never Summer snowboardboard extra strong, it’s basically indestructible. Which is sort of ironic as NS already makes the most durable long lasting snowboards in the industry. This years Never Summer Heritage has a three-year warranty which has really shaken up the industry. Hats off to Never  [...]
GNU Billy Goat Review
The GNU Billy Goat will replace every board you have ever owned and open your eyes to endless possibilities! There have been few if any boards that I have ever ridden that can truly “do it all”. The Gnu Billy goat is one of them. Designed by the legend himself Temple Cummins, and the boys  [...]