If the $1000 Sims 1550 reissue was too rich for your blood, and you still want to kick it old school, Burton might just have you covered. It’s being floated around that Burton is reissuing the 1984 Backhill in time for the holiday season and at the bargain price of (reportedly) only $119.95. The reissued Backhill…
If you’ve got a grand burning a hole in your pocket, and an itch to ride one of — if not the rarest — snowboards ever made, you might still be able to get in line to purchase the reissued 1985 Kidwell pro model, aka the Roundtail, featured in 1986′s “This is Snowboarding”. The Roundtail…
While it’s not a comprehensive list, here’s our quick 2014/2015 snowboard gear preview.
I didn’t attend SIA this year. Maybe next year. In the meantime, they bombarded me with press releases and mailers so here are the top 3 things that I didn’t see.
The latest company to try and recycle the disco stick snowboard idea is Xero Degree Snowboards and guess what? It’s still a bad idea!
We rode a buttload of new snowboards and bindings, slept little, ate pretty much nothing but free hot dogs and drank pretty much nothing but free beer and red bull (thanks Burton, Salomon, Marhar, Ride and whoever else was slinging free food!).
Here’s a brief recap and a teaser for you.
Homewood Snowboards out of Pennsylvnia was first in line with 2 snowboards sent our way. We’ve already ridden one of them and will be riding another one later this week with reviews to follow. In the meantime, here is a little Q&A with Homewood Snowboards.
Boasting twice the processing power, a redesigned lens, as well as improvements in low-light performance, GoPro just announced the release of their HD Hero2 POV camera, and it seems poised to be a game-changer just like the original HD Hero.