The Never Summer built World Boards Mountainslayer snowboards are finally here! Many years of experience have gone into this design; I hope you like it. So far I am totally stoked checking them in and flexing them and going over every one by hand. Never Summer does such great work. This cambered board has an all mountain twinish shape and is light and mid damp. The nose and tail are not too scooped so they break through crud and don’t’ plow the snow. And with a carbon rod in the front only, the nose is rendered a bit stiffer than the tail, just barely. That makes this thing float well and not fold on a mach speed outrun. It is NOT a tapered tail board and has a firm flex but it is not a beast to ride since it has a Biaxial glass layup; you can manipulate this thing torsionally and steer it with your feet in tight terrain. The nose and tail have POP with carbon V’s and there is a carbon X under each foot to drive power to your edge in a flash. The 5501 Sintered black non die cut base is the hardest and fastest money can buy. It intentionally has no die cuts for durability and ease of repair. You can slay the entire mountain on this thing. With a beautiful Travis Anderson shot of sunrise on the east side of the Bridger’s you may want to hang one on your wall.
The new Jones Aviator is here. This board picks up where the Twin leaves off. It is stiffer and more aggressive than the twin but is not hard to ride due to the no catch design. Out at the contact points tip & tail the base is beveled up 2 degrees while the board is pressed. This raised area makes for catch free initiation into turns and adds a bit of forgiveness when needed. Even under or over rotate a spin? Ever ride in grabby variable snow? The slight bevel helps smooth out riding and yet the board is super poppy since it is camber. And the tip is a bit stiffer than the tail which makes it not bounce when ripping choppy run outs and going machzilla. Get one!! For more info check it out at www.jonessnowboards.com/Aviator
We wanted to make something special. We wanted to create a rad binding with Union. We thought of combining 3 great parts thus making one great whole. By combining the Force baseplate with the factory Highback and Atlas straps we created the Super Force. And we did it in camo. Voile here it is finally the Superforce by the Commission and Union. These solid bindings even come with a nifty camo carrying case for use while hunting? Or to store your duck calls or decoys into…or to use as a jumbo sized fly box…or? $250 and only found in Commission stores.
We are hosing an archives from Burton installation show at World Boards Friday October 25th. Todd Kohlman the archivist at Burton is bringing some of the collection and Jay is adding to it some of his collection of boards and photos. Some of the items you see will be for the first time. Come on over for a good time hanging and bring your memories!!
Many thanks go out to the Dreamland crew for a bowl well done. Also Travis Bos and Elwood Bakken for the years hard at it with GVSA to get some money saved and raised; for making this bowl a reality. Pictured here is a collection of larger wheelbase and width decks and even rails for long board slides on that incredibly rad Tedder Stone coping. Many larger wheels for skating big bowls. Remember we do special orders daily and match any in store or online price.
This morning they poured the deck surround of the new bowl. This thing is going to be fun!. Justin Hostynek invited the Dreamland crew to tonight’s showing of Dopamine. If you see one of the crew there give them a high five for a job well done! After this they need to grout the coping seams and let it sit for a bit then we ride.