GNU Mullair

GNU Mullair 2019 Review The GNU Mullair is Nicolas Müller’s pro model snowboard. GNU describe it as a “directional all terrain freestyle/free ride power” board, but to me it rides like a good, old school traditional camber board.

Burton Feelgood

Burton Feelgood 2017 The Burton Feelgood is a directional, traditional camber board with plenty of pop that suits aggressive riders.

Burton Flight Attendant

Burton Flight Attendant 2017 The Burton Flight Attendant has a freeride shape, that is made to do just as well on groomed runs as it does in powder.

Salomon Derby

Salomon Derby 2017 Review The Salomon Derby is short and wide board, that is made to be quick and easy to turn, and have lots of float on pow days.

Burton Antler

Burton Antler Flying V 2017 The Burton Antler Flying V is a high performing, lightweight board that is made for people who don’t need a board as aggressive as the Custom X. Made to get a good ride, without being super unforgivable and aggressive.

Ride Burnout

Ride Burnout 2017 The Ride Burnout is a hybrid camber (mostly regular!), medium flexing hybrid camber board, that has won 4 Transworld Good Wood awards. This is the second year of the Burnout, which replaced the older Buck Up.

Ride Alter Ego

The Ride Alter Ego is a directional split tail board, that has a lock (like a split board) that can lock or unlock the tail of the board depending on the style of riding you want.

Never Summer Chairman

The Never Summer Chairman is the all mountain and freeride board for big guys. For those with bigger feet, it also comes in the Chairman X, which is the wide version.

Burton Custom X

Burton Custom X 2017 The Burton Custom X is a stiff flexing, regular camber, directional board. It is the sort of board you will see being used in icy superpipes, and big air competitions.

Yes 420

Yes 420 2020 Review I’m not sure if it was the first, but it is the first short ,wide, surfy powder board that I think of when someone says powder board.