Review by Adam Foster, snowboard instructor at Cannonsburg Ski Area. Never Summer Snowboards came out to my local resort for some board demo’s. So I thought I would take this chance to ride something new. So after teaching my lessons for the morning, I ran over and started talking to the rep. After talking for…
Since I first rode the the Throwback for 2013, Marhar has made some changes to the sidecut, shape, and I think also the flex pattern. It’s still billed as an all-terrain freestyle board but I’m expecting noticeable change
Being an independent brand, made in the US, and hailing from the Midwest (Milwaukee) you know I had to be all over Mue Apparel,
I took it out for a day session of (mostly) park laps and a few groomers, temps were in the low 20s early and warming up to about 28F
Covering your face is one of those overlooked things that you kind of need in all conditions. If it’s sunny you want a mask to keep from burning your face off, if it’s cold or windy you want a mask to keep from freezing your face off.
Irvine, CA-based TrueNinza has you covered with two options, the full bandana style or the smaller “mask”. They sent me one of each to review and I’ll be sure to update once we get some colder temps.
Next up in the Get Local series is Rhythm Snowboards out of Massachusetts. After playing phone tag for a few days I was able to sit down and chat with Matt, one of the owners/founders of Rhythm Snowboards and get the scoop on who they are and what they’re doing.