Reviews

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Rome Powder Division ST Review

The Powder Division ST is a very short and very fat powder board, and is part of Rome's Deep Collection. Is this portly fellow your answer to those stupid deep days when everyone else gets stuck?
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Lib Tech Mayhem Rocket Review

Lost surfboards meets Lib Tech snowboards in this wide slashy surf machine. Read on to find out if mixing the surf pedigree of a core brand like Lost Surfboards into a Lib Tech powder board will change the way you snowboard.
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Trapper Trout Trap Review

The Trout Trap is Trapper's fully directional chopped-tail powder board. Described by Trapper as their powder surfer quiver board, a closer look at the specs suggest more all-mountain ability alongside deep day flotation. Read our full review here.
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Fitwell Backcountry Boot Review

The Fitwell Backcountry is a splitboard mountaineering boot designed to get you to the goods faster and safer. Read on for the full Japan Grabs review.
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Trapper Howler Review

The Trapper Howler devours steep powder lines with no compromise on freestyle. Read on to see if you should join the wolf pack too.
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K2 Party Platter Review

For those who feel the Cool Bean is a bit of a one-course meal, K2 introduces the Party Platter: a surfy concoction of all mountain fun.
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Lib Tech Rat Tail Review

The Lib Tech Rat Tail summons visions of busting Jamie Lynn methods over powder pillows. Will the unique shape unleash your 'inner rat' or make you call for rodent control?
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Gentemstick Flyfisk Review

The Gentemstick Flyfisk is Taro Tamai's vision of all terrain freedom for Mads Jonsson. Is this high-end snow craft a keeper or catch and release?
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K2 Cool Bean Review

The K2 Cool Bean is the latest addition to the short powderboard phenomenom. Does its surf-inspired shape bring something new to the scene and is it worth a ride?
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Trapper Ursa Major Review

Our in-depth review of the Trapper Ursa Major: a highly adaptable all-mountain snowboard, hand-crafted in Revelstoke, B.C. and the quality shines through.