Tag Archive for Biax Fiberglass

Burton Kilroy Twin

The Burton Kilroy Twin (formerly known as the Kilroy Process) is a medium soft flexing, twin shaped camber board with a good price.

Jones Frontier

Jones Frontier 2020 Review The Jones Frontier is a do-it-all ride everywhere board, and is the most affordable Jones option. Without being super aggressive, the medium flex, base contour and setback stance make it suitable for whatever terrain you like the best.

Jones Mind Expander

Jones Mind Expander 2020 The Jones Mind Expander is a weird one, at first it looks like just a powder board, but it actually rides completely differently to how I expected it to.

Burton Social

Burton Social Review The Burton Social is a loose and fun snowboard that is really god for riders wanting to progress and learn new tricks.

Burton Genie

Burton Genie Review The Burton Genie is the easiest board in Burtons range, made for beginner riders to advance their riding skills.

Burton Feather

Burton Feather 2016 Review The Burton Feather is a smooth and easy to turn snowboard, that has a soft flex and a stable feel.

Stepchild Mai Tai

Stepchild Mai Tai 2016 Review The Stepchild Mai Tai is a twin shaped, micro camber soft and fun park board. Stepchild rate it as having a flex rating of 4/10.

Endeavor New Standard

Endeavor New Standard 2014/2015 The Endeavor New Standard is part of the All Terrain Freestyle range. From Endeavor’s site: The goal for this deck was simple: to create a completely new style of board that is stable yet loose, aggressive yet fun and soft yet poppy. Wider than the average deck, this board is designed to be stable on landings and…

Bataleon Global Warmer

Bataleon Global Warmer Review The Bataleon Global Warmer is the big brother to the Bataleon Airobic. Like the Airobic, the Global Warmer is a park board. Like all Bataleon boards, it has the Triple Base Technology (3BT), which combines a camber profile of the board, with lifted edges at the contact points. An easy way to describe the board is that…

Yes Asym

Yes Asym 2014 Snowboard Review One thing that you are going to see more and more is Asym boards. Basically, the sidecut (the giant circle that is cut out of the side of the board) is different on the heelside and the toeside. The heelside of the board has a deeper sidecut (cut from a smaller radius circle) which makes…