What's the best board for you?

Depending on your riding style and ability level, there are several options to find the best board for you. Browse each model yourself, OR if you need help deciding, explore the Board Selector guide to help find the right board for you!

 

Find me a Board!

2014/15

Story // Multi-Camber

Knew

Story // Traditional Camber

Sonnet // Women’s!

Aether

Minx // Women’s!

Theme

2013/14

Story // Traditional Camber

Knew

Story // Multi-Camber

Minx // Women’s!

Aether

Theme

Limited Editions

Crew

The Knew is my go to board for everything. No fancy camber technologies, just straight flat with a nice medium 4/10 flex. Pow day? It handles really nicely in the steep and deep on the way to the park. The base and edges are very durable so it can handle any street session you throw at it.

Ben Suurallik

Terrain Park Manager, Sunshine Village Resort

This [Story with Multi-Camber] rips! So fast and so strong! I found my self cruising uphill in a foot of pow with no trouble at all. all my friends are so happy to have me lead the way on pow days! Thank you so much for making such a bad ass shred stick! The Story was an amazing board before they added mag and multi camber, it is now the perfect slay stick! Go out and get yourself a Story with Multi-Camber and see for yourself!

Jonny Sischo

Mt. Hood, OR

I love [the Minx]. Makes locking in to rails a dream and pressing has never been easier. Even though it is a bit on the softer side, I have never had a problem of it washing out on the landing of jumps. I’ve been riding this board for more than a season (a Canadian Rocky season..which is 7 months long) and it is still super poppy!!

Abby Furrer

Women's Buyer, Rude Boys Snow & Skate

 

Board Selector

Below is a basic guide to help you figure out which model is best suited to your riding style and ability. Keep in mind, each of these boards can ride well outside the terrain categories we’ve put them in below, these are just general categories each model tends to do well within. Certain aspects of each model might make them a great choice outside of their specified description. For instance, a flat camber Park board would also ride really well in powder, because flat camber floats easily in Powder with less effort. And if you tend to like a softer board with a centered stance, that would make it a great choice. Nuances like your riding ability and other preferences can dictate which board is best suited for you, too!

All-Mountain & Groomers

The best choice for any rider, beginner to advanced, looking to tackle the entire mountain. The mid-stiff flex makes this board versatile enough to handle groomed runs to untouched terrain.

With its traditional camber profile, this board was made for the intermediate to advanced rider who have a love for speed! This all mountain deck performs on groomed runs to the backcountry in all snow conditions.

For a beginning female snowboarder, we’d highly recommend the Minx. It’s soft, stable and easy to turn. It’s also a far less aggressive board than the Sonnet and will be much more forgiving!

For the intermediate to advanced all-mountain lady, the Sonnet is a fantastic choice! It’s more versatile and more aggressive than the Minx, will be a bit stiffer, and have much better control in icy conditions because of its magnetraction. 

All-Mountain with a Freestyle Flair

From pow to park, groomers to cliffs…the Aether is the most versatile board in the fleet. With an easy to ride shape, Multi-Camber and magnetraction, this board will give you the tools you need to progress. We call it the ‘one board quiver’, you’ll call it FUN!

For the intermediate to advanced female, the Sonnet is a fantastic choice! It’s a directional twin that’s going to float really well in powder, be incredibly stable in all conditions, and is generally more versatile and aggressive than the Minx. 

While the Knew was originally intended to be a more freestyle oriented board, it has the torsional stability to hold up in all mountains conditions and be stable at high speeds. And because it has flat camber, it rides extremely well in powder.

While it is a more freestyle oriented board, it has the torsional stability to hold up in all mountains conditions and be stable at high speeds. And because it has flat camber, it rides extremely well in powder.

Park, Pipe & Rails

It’s got a mid-soft flex that’s super fun in the park, but the traditional camber makes it stable enough for pipe riding and big jumps. It’s profiled tip and tail make for fantastic pressing and buttering, too.

The Knew is a blast in the park and is even a Good Wood Award winner in the Men’s Park category. Super fun and buttery flat camber true twin, with a centered stance. It’s got tons of pop because it has HempHop stringers inside of it, avoiding any ‘dead spots’ upon ollie. 

The sidecut of the Minx makes spinning super easy, its soft flex makes presses a breeze, and it handles jumps well due to its torsional stability.

From pow to park, groomers to cliffs…the Aether is the most versatile board in the fleet. With an easy to ride shape, Multi-Camber and magnetraction, this board will give you the tools you need to progress. We call it the ‘one board quiver’, you’ll call it FUN!

Backcountry/Powder

The perfect choice for the rider spending most of their time in the backcountry, looking for powder amongst the evergreens. This multi-camber board helps you float thru powder with ease and provides the stability needed in natural terrain.

For the intermediate to advanced lady looking for a board with the stability to handle natural terrain found in the backcountry. This board has the stability to handle clumpy snow and the multi camber profile to float in powder.