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Jet-powered Snowboard 2.0

Jet-powered Snowboard 2.0

Now that Hacksmith Industries is done playing around with their jet-powered canoe, they’re ready for something better suited to winter sports. Rather than start from scratch, they swiped one of the jet engines from the boat and attached it to the rear end of a snowboard. If the idea seems familiar, it’s because it’s a remake.

Seasons Snowlongboards

Seasons Snowlongboards
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Seasons makes longboard decks that can also be used as snowboards. Simply remove the trucks and wheels (both not included), attach your bindings and strap on your boots, and you’re good to go on snow or sand. Available in three sizes.

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Burton Beeracuda

Burton Beeracuda
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It’s fun and easy to use Burton’s Beeracuda outdoors year round. Keep a tidy six pack of cold cans in the insulated sleeve, and reward yourself for your efficiency by placing a bonus can for yourself in the koozie-enhanced shoulder strap.

Dual Snowboards

Dual Snowboards

By splitting its snowboards in two, Dual lets you pull off all sorts of new and fun wintertime tricks, since your feet can now move independently, though they appear to be more for short, shallow runs and rail grinding, not big flips.

Stout x Forum Snowboards

Stout x Forum Snowboards
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Best known for his over-the-top artwork and posters, Tyler Stout really outdoes himself this time with these Forum Youngblood snowboards; zoom in for ridiculously sweet details here.

Thrustmaster T-Freestyle NW

Thrustmaster T-Freestyle NW
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We could do without the “gnarly” skull, but Thrustmaster’s T-Freestyle NW is a boon for skate- and snowboarders; the maple Wii controller employs rolling motion and lateral movement tech.

Burton Method Snowboard

Burton Method Snowboard
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The Method is Burton’s uber-snowboard: it sports high strength/low weight UltraMeth tech, on-the-fly stance Burton Channel system, Alumasuperfly core, Slimrails and Pro-Tip edges.

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