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The 2013 Ride Cascade poly insulated sweater snowboard jacket offers a 600mm waterproof coating with DWR, 150g poly insulation and a removable hood, making it the perfect snowboard jacket on a bluebird day.Key Features of the Ride Cascade Snowboard Jacket: 10,000mm Waterproof 5,000g Breathability Sweater Knit Bonded to Poly Fleece on Chest Panels and Cuffs 600MM Waterproof Coating with DWR on Lightweight Mélange Poly Fabric on Body and Removable Hood 150g Poly Insulation Bottom One-Handed Drawcord Inner Media Player Pocket with Headphone Guide Tailored Fit Snowboard Jacket
C3 Camber Dominant Banana - Macho snowboarding made easy! Camber enhanced with Banana Tech for aggressive new traditionalists and 90';s camber studs. Camber made better than it ever was with the addition of banana rocker between your feet. Focuses a mild amount of pressure between your feet for carving, edge grip on ice, float in powder and our maximum amount of pressure out to the tip and tails for super power, end-to-end stability, pop and control in critical situations.Key Features of the Lib Tech Hot Knife Snowboard: Co-Ex PBT top Sintered Base H-Pop Core Double sintered UHMW sidewalls Tri-axial and Bi-axial fiberglass Handcrafted with care near Canada in the USA
Have fun playing in the park without getting played; catch-free and buttery; back ones on and threes out; press anything and ride everything; tuned for all features; your new favorite board for park laps and street spots; lover of back lipsKey Features of the Rome Shiv Snowboard: NOHANG-UPS ROCKER True Twin TTT Core Matrix StraightBiax Laminate XTRD Base Glass Reverse V Stringer Technology BAMBOOSTER CENTERLINE TECHNOLOGY SKATECORE PROFILING BUTTEROUT TRANSITION ZONES QUICKRIP SIDECUT Size (148) (152) (cm) Effective Edge (148)1160 (152)1200 Running Length (148)1040 (152)1080 Waist Width (148)256 (152)258 Nose Width (148)297 (152)300 Tail Width (148)297 (152)300 Sidecut Depth (148)20.5 (152)21 Sidecut Radius (m) (148)6.61 (152) 6.95
Ski and destroy the nastiest park features If you prefer a narrower, firm flexing, solid ski for the park that keeps you on your feet, the Stepup is your weapon of choice. It even features our ultra fast Race base, guaranteeing plenty of speed in all conditions. It's first of its kind construction combines a bombproof Skatedeck with a smooth flexing, solid sidewall feel that will literallyKey Features of the Line Steup Skis: Deckwall™ Fatty™ Race Base & Edge Symmetric Fivecut™ Maple Macroblock™ Symmetric flex Shape mm: 113-86-113 Profile mm: 0-4-0 (Tip Early Rise/Camber/Tail Early Rise) Sidecut m: 19.3 Stance mm: 0 (centered) Tip/Tail mm: 52/52
Proven. Whether you are taking your first steps into the freeskiing world or you are simply in need of a forgiving, stable and durable all mountain ski the Armada Cantika is just for you. The Cantika is a proven all mountain performer with a price that belies its quality.Key Features of the Armada Cantika Skis: Cap Fleet Core Positive Camber S7 Base Laminate Matrix 2.5 Impact Edge Flex Pattern (out of 10): Tip - 5, Waist - 7, Tail - 6
These bindings are both stylish and performance oriented. The new one piece design fuses your legs to the board for maximum control. The reinforced baseplate and high back gives you greater stability. EVA material is present on many features of this great binding. Another great thing about these bindings is that they have an adjustable toe ramp, and an extended heelcup design for comfort and versatility. Non-loosening hardware as well as a tool-less forward lean adjustment makes maintenance and modification easy and quick.Key Features of The LTD LT250 Women's Snowboard Bindings: NEW 1 Piece Design Reinforced Baseplate and High Back Die Cut EVA Ankle Straps with Ladder Covers Die Cut EVA UTS Adjustable Toe Ramp Small, Medium, Large Sizes Extended Heelcup Design Non Loosening Hardware Tool Less Forward Lean Adjustment
Stand out from the weekend warrior pack.Key Features of the 32 - Thirty Two Exus Snowboard Boots: Comfort Fit Level 1F Liner EVA footbed Flex: 3/10 Rubber outsole with EVA cushioning 3D Molded Tongue Internal Lacing System 100% Heat Moldable Intuition Ultralon Liners
The K2 Press Ski features a feather-light cap construction for reduced swing weight and a durable wood core to handle all the abuse you give it. Its Jib Rocker profile ensures its buttery feel while its stability underfoot and deeper sidecut will have you carving smooth arcs in between features. The Press remains quite possibly the most durable price point ski available anywhere.Key Features of the K2 Press Skis: Built with Jib Rocker Tip/Tail Hardware Park Flex Pattern Swap Base PERFORMANCE: All-Mountain: 40%, Park: 60% CONSTRUCTION: Triaxial Braided Cap, Aspen Core RADIUS: 23m @ 179/ Directional Taper RECOMMENDED BINDING OPTIONS: 10.0 Free or flat Tip/Waist/Tail Width: 113/85/104
The banshee is a dc staple and its back with all of our standard pant features. Endless color options are offered in the banshee so take your pick!Key Features of the DC Banshee Snowboard Pants: 5,000mm waterproof 5,000g breathability Fit: standard 100% polyester micro twill midweight Critically taped seams Taffeta lining Boot gaiter Mesh lined venting Shant control Zipped hem boot gusset Lift pass hook
Whether ChiRunning in colder temperatures or crossing a stream with your kayak, the FiveFingers Flow provides comfortable barefoot protection. A 1.2mm Neoprene lining and 2mm EVA insole provide the thermal insulation and protection. New IdroGrip performance rubber (available only in black) is razor-siped for added slip resistance over a variety of surfaces.
The godfather of all goggles, accommodates a medium to large face and hands out a whole lotta steez to make them fall to their knees and repent... if you please...Key Features of the Vonzipper Feenom Snowboard Goggles: Ergonomic frame design Thermopolyurethane injection molded frame 100% UV protection Oversized dual spherical polycarbonate lens Extended peripheral vision Barricade anti-fog and hard coated lens Forward venting for max air flow Polar fleece lined triple density face foam Dual adjustable strap Articulating helmet hinge Helmet compatible Microfiber goggle bag included
Get a full day of dry, comfortable riding with the Burton Cargo snowboard pants, bringing Burton';s performance and style to the kids too. 5,000 mm waterproofed DRYRIDE outer fights off the wet stuff, and Thermacore insulation keeps the heat on the inside. Articulated knees ensure flexibility and performance when the little riders go big, and the jacket to pants interface keeps snow from sneaking in around the waist. Show off your style and get quality Burton performance with their Cargo snowboard pants.Key Features of The Burton Cargo Kids Snowboard Pants: 5,000mm Waterproof 4,000g Breathability DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric [5,000MM, 4,000G]Thermacore Insulation [60G Throughout]Embossed Taffeta LiningCritically Taped SeamsDual Bellowed Cargo PocketsVelcro Butt PocketsGhetto Slits Link ZIP Jacket-to-Pant InterfaceDRYRIDE FabricationDurably Water-Repellent [DWR] Coated Fabric [5,000MM Waterproofing, 4,000G Breathability] Zippered Handwarmer Pockets Microfleece and Taffeta-Lined PocketsJacket-to-Pant Interface Articulated KneesBoot Gaiter Microfleece-Lined Waistband Internal Waistband Adjustment Leg Lifts,Keep Your Cuffs Scuff-Free
For A Focused Freestyle Fit. The perfect combination of proven performance features and the latest in lightweight goodness, this charging freestyle boot dominates. Featuring the premium fit of our Intuition™ Dream Liner with Mobile Foam and Boa Focus with The Closer lace guide, the Insano offers precise fit and first-class function. Combined with the supportive Impacto insole and the Blown Light Meta outsole for a barefoot light feel. Key Features of the Ride Insano Focus BOA Snowboard Boots: Liner: Intuition™ Dream Liner w/ Mobile Foam combined w/ Aegis™ Antimicrobial Coating Liner Fit: Cored Ankle Pockets, Thermo-Formable Internal & External J Bars Under Foot Support: Impacto w/ TPU heel Cradle Sole: Blown Light Meta w/ Gelpod Impact Heel & Ice Picks Liner Lacing: Lock Down™ w/ Tallboy Harness™ Shell Lacing: Boa Focus Lacing System w/ The Closer Details: Floating Boa cable guides, 3D Formed Tongue
High-performance, high-value and high-comfort, the prion is perfect for the first-timer or the seasoned professional seeking all-day shredability.Key Features of The Thirty Two Prion Women's Snowboard Boots: NEW Improved Speedhook Cuff Lacing Lightweight polyurethane and textile shell Welded TPU backstay reinforcement Lightweight EVA midsole for dampening, support and stability 3-D Molded Tongue Level 1 Ultimate Fit Liner with Anatomical Heel Retention System
Mount up, charge ahead. Take the law into your own hands (and head) in the all new mid-large Marshall frame. Not too big, not too small, sometimes things are just right... Key Features of the Spy Marshall Goggles: Flexible frame conforms to any face for a comfortable fit Patented Scoop® ventilation system to combat lens fogging 5.5-base ARC® spherical dual-lens system with anti-fog & anti-scratch protection Triple-layer Isotron™ face foam featuring moisture-wicking Dri-Force™ fleece Dual-adjustment, silicone-ribbed strap 100% UV protection Helmet compatible
Matt Cummins has the longest running pro model in snowboard history. He has been designing boards with us for over 20 years. Matt's latest dream board is an aggressive all terrain directional C1 freestyle, freeride board he calls the La Nina. Banana in the front, rocker between your feet and camber (C1) in the back design with Magne-Traction. Matt rides a lot of resort accessible steep pow terrain and the often brutal, to the point of comedy, terrain necessary to get in and out of the pow stashes... and then hits every jib or cat track hit on the way back to the lift. He loves the banana float in the front and suspension and power of camber (C1) in the rear. Fantasy terrain techno quiver killer. Ryan Davis did the art and worked with Matt on the stormy collage. Key Features of the Lib Tech La Nina MC C1BTX Snowboard: Aggressive directional C1-Banana & Magne-Traction (C1 BTX) Rear camber/ nose banana combo) H-Pop camel core profile perfect flex under foot UHMW sidewalls TNT base Flex: 6 - 7 (depending on size)
The first real Snowboard hit the market during the 1960's in the form of Sherman Poppen's Snurfer. It appeared like a weird crossover between a plywood sled and a skateboard deck. The rope attached to the front tip of the snurfer (board) offered the rider some control, and the steel tacks poking through the upper deck held the rider's feet in place.
During that time, Snowboarding appealed initially to a small group of surfers, skateboarders, and backcountry enthusiasts. Brave souls who rode their own Snowboard contraptions were highly frowned upon by majority of skiers. They were not even allowed to ride the regular skiing slopes. Consequently, Snowboarding started Off-Piste.
As Snowboarding became more popular in the 70's and 80's, true Snowboarding pioneers such as Dimitrije Milovich, an East Coast surfer, and Jake Burton Carpenter came up with new snowboard designs, materials and machineries that had slowly developed into the Snowboard, Snowboard Bindings, and other Snowboard Equipment we know nowadays.
In 1983, less than 10 percent of United States ski areas allowed Snowboarding. But by 1997, few resorts excluded it. Today, Snowboarding is now as accepted as skiing in most Ski Resorts Worldwide and its popularity and fan base is growing at such a pace that the number of skiers in the US has declined by 25%. The number of Snowboarders has increased by 77%, making Snowboarding the fastest growing winter sport in the US. Today, more than 3.4 million people Snowboard. This number comprises about 20% of the visitors to US ski resorts. Also, the number of people who snowboard is predicted to overtake Skiing by 2015.