I'm going to purchase a new set of bindings, but I need help deciding which ones would be better for me. Overall, most of the riding I do is in the park. What is your opinions or experiences with any of these bindings? Continue
I currently ride a 156 Ride DH. It's pretty stiff for a park board, so I really want a binding that isn't going to stiffen my board any more than it already is. I want a binding that will minimize the dead zone on the board, and will allow it to flex how it was…
Added by Mike Hubes on May 2, 2013 at 3:25pm —
I tested the 2011/2012 K2 Parkstar on a sunny, packed powder day. It was the first board that I have tested with "flat" shaping… Continue
Added by Jonny Ivers on August 4, 2011 at 12:00pm —
Prospect is stoked to introduce a new intern to the mix. Mollie Sorensen is a Madison local. When she isn’t enjoying long walks on the beach or finishing crossword puzzles you can probably find Mollie at a local skatepark, lake or mountain.
She’s excited to help the fresh team at Prospect support board-sports and the shred community however she can. Stop in to Rich’s Board Sports and say hey. While you’re at it, peep our sweet… Continue
Added by Prospect Snowboards on July 19, 2011 at 3:15pm —
Prospect is excited to announce the opening of our new factory and with that we’re stoked to introduce our new press, Elvis Presssley. He’s one of the only presses in the Midwest and keeps things hot. We’ll be inside the top ten U.S. manufacturers within the first year. To get off the ground, we’re colabing with Monson Snowboards based in California to deliver high end aspen/bamboo cores to our line… Continue
Added by Prospect Snowboards on July 19, 2011 at 3:14pm —
There are blogs abound telling you what to pack when heading out for a snowboarding instructor course gap year. In the spirit of true, SnowSkool we-have-no-shame humour, this is our anti-packing list
Added by SnowSkool Heather on July 7, 2011 at 8:00am —
Britain's no1 Snowboarding athlete, Zoe Gillings has now turned entrepreneur following the UK's sport funding withdrawal.
Following UK Sports announcement in December ending Zoe’s World Class funding, she was faced with two options, retire, or find alternate… Continue
Added by SnowSkool Heather on May 24, 2011 at 1:30am —
Your snowboards size has a big effect to your snowboard riding ability. Snowboarders need to bear in mind those factors while opting for a snowboard size: height and weight, gender, snow conditions, riding style and ability level. Continue
All those factors can be calculated into the to determine the proper snowboard length.
To better bear in mind the criteria for your snowboard sizing choice, you need to learn the necessary elements of snowboard technology. Below is an summary of each…
Added by Blair Snowboarder on March 20, 2011 at 11:30am —
I am really busy and don't get around to checking weather reports every day to check snow conditions. I just happened across a new website that I found interesting and useful. JoeWeather.com allows you to set up a profile (one for free) with your own weather preferences for an activity and the site will alert (email and SMS) you when those weather conditions, for your selected location, should be ideal based upon your preferences. You can even specify an amount of snowfall!
Added by Milt Barnes on March 10, 2011 at 12:47pm —
On Sunday 9th January 2011, after a year in the making, SnowSkool’s inaugural French ski and snowboard instructor courses started with a bang… well not so much a bang but more a fresh dump of snow to welcome our newest students to the beautiful French alps and the SnowSkool France 2011… Continue
Added by SnowSkool Heather on February 4, 2011 at 6:00am —
I am heading up to Mt high this weekend. Just got my tickets at www.skiforfree.com
! I saved a bunch of money. I'm going next week also because they have 50% off lift tickets. I wanted tos hare this with you all because it is really a great deal. I used the promo code BOOTS2 for all my lift tickets. Check it out!
Added by n.schwartz121 on January 21, 2011 at 1:11pm —
Big mountain snowboarder Jeremy Jones has traveled the globe from Alaska to Antarctica in search of unexplored mountain ranges and new lines - sometimes trekking nearly a full day to reach the top of his runs. He’s embarked on his latest trek producing and starring in his own snowboard movie, Deeper, which came out earlier this fall and recently just launched his own line of snowboards. Continue
Clif Bar, a proud supporter of Jeremy's epic adventures, invites you or your readers to ask…
Added by Sliderz on December 14, 2010 at 1:13pm —
What's up everyone...Just starting to get ready for the S.I.A snow show in Denver (starting Jan 27, 2011)
This is THE show in snow sports. All the big players attend, the exhibits are SICK, you see all the new stuff before anyone else, and it's a SERIOUS PARTY...2 yrs ago in Vegas Snoop Dogg and Mix Master Mike did a private show at the PALMS which was CRAZY!
Check out the KUU booth from Jan 2010...
Stop by this yr if possible, we'll be there! booth #… Continue
Added by KUUsport MFG LTD on December 8, 2010 at 12:00pm —
me and the bois havin abit of… Continue
Added by jamydoyle on December 4, 2010 at 10:00am —
Got a little website with some pictures and how tos' with of total of 7 tricks up so far, 180's ollies and nollies. etc
New one just added:
Backside 180 off the heel edge http://tiny.cc/y14bl
Added by Keyaspectscoaching on December 2, 2010 at 1:21pm —
We are running a new instructor training course for three weeks in 2011 at Canada Olympic Park in Alberta,
Canada. Along with expert training, work shadowing and a package that
includes accommodation, lift passes and exam fees, students
will get a Working Visa and a guaranteed job placement to
work as a ski instructor or snowboard instructor at a Canadian ski resort..
The course is open to everyone, although we can only supply working visas to students… Continue
Added by SnowSkool Heather on November 30, 2010 at 10:18am —
I just read an article on theglobeandmail.com that Mike Robertson, a silver medalist in snowboard-cross at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, will miss the first part of the season!
He apparently had two head injuries this year. The second time he cracked his head so badly, that he still has been experiencing dizziness and headaches.
I am very sorry for him as I was looking forward to his amazing shows! Hope he gets better soon! I wish him that from the bottom of my heart!
Added by Jossie Edwards on November 24, 2010 at 2:17am —
Check out our Black Friday Pre-Sale
. Great deals the won't last. Prices will be slashed Thursday at Midnight. Spread the word!
Added by Sliderz on November 23, 2010 at 6:30pm —
SNOWBOARD CINEMA THURSDAY!!
presented by Powder and Sun Board shop in Association with Tyrant Snowboards.
THURSDAY - NOV 18th - FLOW SNOWBOARD's "WITNESS THE SICKNESS" - Snowboard Video Premier Party at Crown Nightclub. inside the Rio Hotel and Casino - 3700 w. Flamingo, Las Vegas, NV (Doors open at 10:30pm.) 21+ www.thecrownvegas.com
Dirty Blender Benefit for Ty Pinney… Continue
Added by Dirty D on November 18, 2010 at 4:23am —
FREE BRIAN HEAD LIFT TICKET WITH ENTRY
ROCK YOUR GOGGLES GET $1 DRINK SPECIALS!!
special video screening of "THE ARENA"
99 CONVENTION CENTER DRIVE (across from indoor skydiving)
Las Vegas, NV
TONS OF GIVEAWAYS FROM ALL YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS!!
Brian Head S4, Rockstar, DVS, Matix, Mt. High, Technine, Nomis, Sound, OG Abel, Vulgar Villains,… Continue
Added by Dirty D on November 18, 2010 at 4:18am —
Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing is a line of premium cut and sew articles that carry their weight not in their graphical applications, but in the quality, feel, and cut of their fabrics.
WISC specializes in using unique fabrics and applications to create unique, killer looking garments. We take our inspiration from everyday, creating pieces that you…
Added by Thomas Laughlin on November 9, 2010 at 1:01pm —