Arbor Bryan Iguchi Pro Splitboard Review
Camber is back.  Which is a good thing especially when it comes to splitboarding.  Bryan Iguchi, Arbor and a handful of other snowboard manufactures realized what was holding splitboarding back, reverse camber under foot.  Those boards are fun to ride, not so much to tour on.  Checkout my Arbor Bryan Iguchi Splitboard review to see  [...]
Capita Neo Slasher Review
2018/19 will see Capita Snowboards return to the splitboard world for the second year in a row. Find out what works with the Capita Neo Slasher Splitboard and what can be improved in my review below. Capita Neo Slasher Splitboard Review Over the past few months I have had the opportunity to tour on Capita’s  [...]
Signal Splitboard Review
For anyone that’s looking for a stiff cambered splitboard you can find it in the Signal Split.  This season marks the first year of Signal Snowboards entering the splitboard market.  One of the really cool things about this board is it’s cost, the Signal Snowboards Splitboard is available for only $599 or $53.00 a month.   [...]
Spark R&D Arc Review
Spark R&D is the most trusted, most reliable and well known splitboard binding manufacture in the world. Based in Bozeman, MT what makes Spark unique is the company’s ability to R&D just outside their office in the Gallatin National Forest.  When I got sent a pair of the new Spark R&D Arc Bindings to test  [...]
Furberg Freeride Splitboard Review
Furberg has introduced an updated version of their popular Freeride Splitboard.  For 2018 the name has changed a small bit to; The Freeride Split. Although the name change was minor the changes to the board were not. The Furberg Freeride Splitboard Review One of the most noticeable changes to this years splitboard is easy to  [...]
So You Wanna be a Hardboot Splitboarder?
Blown ratchets, snapped ladder straps, the clunky inefficiency of having soft boot bindings banging around as I toured uphill. I was tired of the weight, inadequacy and sloppiness of a soft boot touring setup. Working as a splitboard guide I was disgruntled with the setup, switchovers took too long, kicking steps hurt my delicate toes,  [...]
Spark R&D Dyno DH Binding Review
Those damn AT skiers. If you’re a splitter, at one point or another you’ve cruised up with a couple rabid Dyna-freak two-plankers who make you feel like a complete barney. You’re chugging with all you got in your clunky split binders as they glide and sidehill ahead on their tech toepieces like some goddamn magic  [...]
Weston Range Splitboard Review
The Weston Range was among the first freestyle oriented splitboard I have had the pleasure to ride. The first experience with it was not how I planned. It was a 2 foot day on teton pass. I mounted my bindings to what I thought was a good pow stance but for this board it was  [...]