Capita Asymulator 2020 Review Although it seems like a new model this year, the Capita Asymulator is the new name for the older Spring Break Twin. I guess that over the past couple of seasons it got popular enough to move into the regular Capita lineup.
Nitro Beast 2020 Review The Nitro Beast is a very full on board, super stiff, traditional camber, that would be a top choice if you want to ride the biggest jumps, and charge everywhere. You would want to be a pretty aggressive rider to get the most out of this one.
Salomon Sleepwalker 2018 Review The Sleepwalker is a new board for the 2018 season, and I’ll call it now and say that this is going to be a pretty popular board. Overall its a twin jib/park board, that rides like a Villain, but costs a whole bunch less.
Burton Process Off-Axis 2017 The Burton Process Off-Axis is a slightly different version of the other two Process models – the Camber and the Flying V. The first difference is that this version uses the PurePop camber profile, which is a slightly toned down version of the regular camber. It has flat sections after the camber area, which changes into an…
Burton Process 2017 The Burton Process comes in two versions- camber and Flying V. The camber version has the most aggressive profile of the two, and is the version you should choose if you need a solid board that is better for doing bigger jumps and riding fast. If you have a look on the pictures tab, you’ll see that the Process is the…
The chances are good that you know Scott Stevens if you are looking at his Pro model snowboard.
A master at technical riding on everything including snow, this is the board for people who want to ride in the park like he does.