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  • In 2017, Jones Snowboards rider Miikkaa Hast set off with high expectations to ride and film in a remote part of Norway but their plans change when the conditions they found were less than ideal. With a positive […]

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    If you have a love to ride the backcountry, then you have most likely dreamt of going to some pretty far-flung places. When an opportunity opened up to guide a group of snowboarders in Antarctica, my de […]

  • Cbalke replied to the topic Gen 3 Furberg in the forum Splitboards 3 months, 1 week ago

    I just received mine as well yesterday. I was surprised to see it delivered without a box and only wrapped with bubble wrap (not sure if the box was damaged at some point.) Thankfully there was no damage to the board.

    I’ll second what @Maynardo said, the board is beautiful!! the 165 feels lighter than my 164 and I am excited to see how it…[Read more]

  • A few years back Amplid caught a fair bit of attention with a picture of a helium balloon lifting up their Lab Carbon split. After some of the early adopters gave positive feedback about these feather light […]

  • Nick Russell, Eric Pollard, and Joel Oberly found adventure and classic east side lines as they pedaled their was down HWY 395.

    Searching for an honest adventure right out their backdoor, a group of skiers and […]

  • With meager snow in the Sierra and other parts of the US, and sketchy avalanche condiditons in Utah, sometimes its nice to reminisce about past seasons. Tanner Crow’s 17/18 season edit has me excited with hope […]

  • In reply to: Cbalke wrote a new post, 2017/2018 Women's Splitboard Guide Well ladies, If you've been considering your first splitboard, or are a avid splitboarder who is looking to add a new split to the quiver, you will find that you have more options than ever this season. Over the […] View

    Hey Amy, I don’t think we would have any trouble finding a woman to review boards. This was more of a guide to show women what’s available to them.

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    Looking back on splitboarding’s timeline, there were only a handful of brands who developed products, which filled the void in our little market. From Voile’s DIY kits and hardware to Spark R&D’s pin-less […]

  • Cbalke replied to the topic Tahoe Labs Split in the forum Splitboards 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hey Ryan, I think you’ll be fine if you are worried about core shots. Depending on what you hit It can happen on any board out there. If you are going to be riding a lot of low tide conditions then maybe build or buy a cheap DIY split as a second board. You won’t worry much about damaging it.

    Maybe @dishwasher-dave could chime in about TahoeLab.…[Read more]

  • The 8th annual Canuck Splitfest which is presented by Trapper Snowboards kicks off on January 12, 2018 and runs through January 14, 2018. Grab your crew and head to Revelstoke BC for good times and deep […]

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    If you’ve been wondering about how Spark R&D’s new Crossbar Clips work, or are curious if you splitboard will accept them, then take a knee and give a listen to what John from Spark has to say.

    You want […]

    • Anyone get some testing done on these? I like the design just looking for some advantages to the upgrade. I like the slide away feature were you have nothing sticking over the edge but in all honestly how much interference does that like overlap on traditional clips really cause.

  • Check out Spark R&D Team Rider Mike Handford in AUIW’s latest film In Limbo.

    As the northern hemisphere winter ends and before the southern hemispheres’ begins, Mike finds himself neither here nor’ there. Lost, […]

  • Storm Troopers, this heavy spine wall in Alaska has seen some play over the years. It’s challenging terrain has required challengers of only the highest caliber. With a recent rezoning, the area now falls within a […]

  • Well ladies, If you’ve been considering your first splitboard, or are a avid splitboarder who is looking to add a new split to the quiver, you will find that you have more options than ever this season. Over the […]

    • Hey Amy, I don’t think we would have any trouble finding a woman to review boards. This was more of a guide to show women what’s available to them.

  • Jeremy Jensen of Grassroots Powsurf says the Deeluxe Footloose is the way to go. Plus the price isn’t that terrible.

  • Arbor Snowboards is proud to release Marie-France Roy’s full part from Cosa Nostra, Arbor first full-length team video. Marie has been pushing the limits of women’s backcountry freeriding and freestyle for years. […]

  • Cbalke replied to the topic Union Expedition in the forum Bindings 5 months ago

    Last Friday I ran into two guys who were both riding the Union Expeditions. While the carbon pair appeared to have slightly less wobble in ride mode than the non carbon pair, they both had the same problem. The rider, who has been splitboarding for a number of years explained that he preferred the feel and flex of these over his previous…[Read more]

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    With the growing popularity of Amplid’s Milligram Splitboard here in the states, we were interested to hear more about their newly introduced surf inspired Millisurf Splitboard. While the Millisurf fe […]

  • Regardless of the conditions, road trips always make for great memories. It just so happens that Stratton Matteson and Alex Kollar scored some amazing conditions as they navigated their Subaru from Tahoe, to the […]

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