HomeGearSpark R&D Tesla System splitboard.com November 2, 2013 Gear, News, Spark R&D, Videos 1 Comment Spread the loveThe new Spark R&D Tesla System is the culmination of our years on the skin track, riding backcountry and our devotion to detail back at the drawing board. Tesla is our new splitboard binding anatomy with touring brackets, crampons, and climbing wires all working together with no unnecessary moving parts – just clean, simple design that raises the bar in splitboard binding technology and performance once again. For more information on Spark R&D please visit www.sparkrandd.com. About Spark R&D Spark R&D revolutionized the sport of splitboarding in 2005 with the introduction of the world’s first splitboard-specific strap binding. Since then they’ve refined their product line every year and helped evolve our sport. Spark R&D has been a supporter and friend of splitboard.com since their inception. Based out of Bozeman, MT Spark R&D is rider owned and operated, dedicated to pushing innovation in the sport of splitboarding, since 2005. With a view of the Bridger Mountains from our shop, we design and build splitboard bindings and accessories with backcountry performance coming first. All of the products are manufactured and/or assembled in a small shop in Bozeman, Montana USA. From machining to anodizing, laser engraving to assembly– everything is done by a skilled team of workers who are also passionate splitboarders. In-house design and manufacturing capabilities allow our products to quickly evolve and provides us the flexibility to cater to niche customers within the splitboarding market. Spark R&D continues to step it up; seeking perfection based on customer needs and rider feedback, keeping pace with the rapidly expanding splitboarding community. Customer service is extremely important to us. We’re always looking for feedback and ideas to make our products better. If you have suggestions, we’d love to hear from you. Thank you for your support. www.sparkrandd.com Like Spark R&D Shop Spark R&D One Response » Anatomy of a Splitboard December 1, 2014 […] More info here. […] Reply 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.