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What Our Customers are Saying

The Niche Story 2.0 is the best all mountain board I’ve ridden. it’s super stable at high speeds, has tons of pop, and the magnetraction cuts through bomber snow conditions. love the bamboo topsheet along with the rest of the eco friendly specs!

Grant Bowen

Snowboard Green

Whatever Niche is doing with their HempHop stringers is amazeballs. The Niche Knew is a surprisingly serviceable all-around board so don’t pigeonhole it as a “park” only board. Versatile enough for someone who is spending 50%+ of time in the park but still dabbles on the rest of the mountain and is looking for a one board quiver.

David Zemens

agnarchy.com

Our tester loved the control that the Crew’s underfoot reverse camber provided, and the Magnetraction edges, which cut like a serrated knife into icy snow. “Best control of any board we’ve got out here,” he said. “It’s a great board no matter what we’re riding.” We hiked it into the backcountry and it floated over powder. We hit features in the park, and the deck gave plenty of pop and stuck landings like a champ. “It’s the board you take out when you don’t know the snow conditions,” our tester said. “Because it rides great on everything.”

Billy Brown

Gear Guru, Active Junky

There are plenty of board companies that boast their contribution to the industry and environment, as well as their familial persona. The list of who can actually back up their touts is lowered to a handful. But maybe just one can say they were founded with these ideals in mind. That one could be Niche Snowboards.

Josh Ruggles

Snowboard Magazine

Featured Shop Friday #3: Rumor

Give us some history about your shop. We’ve been open since 1997. We opened up in Leduc, Alberta because we saw it as a growing community with a cool community vibe and we’re happy we did, Leduc, baby! What trends do you see upcoming in the snowboarding...

Featured Shop Friday #2: Dawn 2 Dusk

This week’s Featured Shop Friday brings us to Dawn 2 Dusk, Canada’s first 100% solar powered gear store in Smithers, British Columbia.  We interviewed Dave Harris, the Founder/Owner of Dawn 2 Dusk, and here’s what he had to say. Dawn 2 Dusk...

Jonny Sischo: Always Home

This past season, Jonny Sischo took a trip back to his home mountains in Michigan to visit friend Kyle Caswell after that poler vortex took over the Midwest. Hitting up a frozen-over Lake Michigan, Pando and a few other spots from their hometown, the boys threw down...