G3 athlete Joey Vosburgh shares his Guide to the Goods Cbalke October 19, 2014 G3, News Spread the loveAnticipate Terrain I’m not talking about the gnarly lines, rather the micro terrain you see every day. Being on a snowboard has slight disadvantages when certain terrain is encountered. I am constantly assessing what’s ahead of me on a micro level to make sure I never get sucked into a piece of terrain that exaggerates those disadvantages. Pre-trip planning and scanning the terrain ahead of you on the up and the down goes along way for splitboarding in the mountains. Dial Your Kit Make sure your everything is tight and working properly. Loosing a strap or breaking a binding because you forced it can have terrible consequences, especially if you’re a ways out there. And if you dial in a quality, lightweight set up, you’ll have bigger lines to feast upon, and more success when you get out there. There you have it. I’m no Jedi but I’ve spent a lifetime in the mountains on a splitboard and I’m hoping for a lifetime still ahead… with more splitters out there to enjoy it with. My rig just got over a pound lighter with Phantom bindings and a G3 Black Sheep Carbon X3 deck, so I’ll be going as deep as I can get. See you out there. – genuineguidegear.com/life/blog – Joey Vosburgh About G3 Rooted deep in backcountry ski culture, G3’s mission has always been to improve your winter backcountry experience. G3 is one of the few remaining and truly authentic, independent winter backcountry brands. Born in 1995 from a desire to build better avalanche probes for professionals who demanded it, G3 emerged from a garage in North Vancouver, BC, Canada. (read more) Like G3 Shop G3 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyLogin with your Social IDYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.