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Burton UnInc

The team driven UnInc once again delivers independent innovations in this all-mountain freestyle dominator, and each length bearing its own sick design depending on the...

Burton UnInc
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Icon Revival

We like Icon. They’re a bunch of down-to-earth Finns making sick boards for the right reasons. And the Revival is one of them. So if...

Icon Revival
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Oakley Stockholm Goggles

Oakley have announced the arrival of Oakley STOCKHOLM, the first true performance goggle designed specifically for women.

Oakley Stockholm Goggles
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F2 Random

Stefan Gimpl’s board of choice is a directional freestyle board that’s super light and lively, yet still predictable to ride for the advanced radicalistas. Leaning...

F2 Random
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Gorilla Pod

The Joby GorillaPod is a new lightweight tripod which allows you to put yourself in the picture.

Gorilla Pod
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Elan El Grande

You know what they say: big feet means big… er… wide… er… board. Sorry.

Elan El Grande
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O'Neill H3 Series Video Back Pack

The nifty new O'Neill H3 Series Back Pack allows you to use your video camera hands free through a back pack.

O'Neill H3 Series Video Back Pack
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Laboratory Hi-Jinx

Imagine, if you will, our planet as a great glass sphere full of chemicals. Underneath, there is a large Bunsen burner with a flame regulated...

Laboratory Hi-Jinx
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Go fly a kite

They are heckled by some. They are banned at many places. They have equipment that breaks down often and they always have to carry a...

Go fly a kite
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Mellow Parks

There has always been a difference between the size, creativity and quality of the pipes, parks and rails of the US and their European counterparts,...

Mellow Parks
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How to get by through a season

Are you thinking of spending the winter in a resort? Free from responsibilities and able to ride each and every day if the conditions are...

How to get by through a season
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Live 8, or 8 Alive?

The Earth was at one time a resource-rich planet. However, as human population and society has grown and evolved, we have managed to deplete its...

Live 8, or 8 Alive?
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Sandro Häfliger

Sandro Häfliger earned his place in the Talent section of Onboard by busting huge straight airs in the Laax pipe at the Onboard/Nitro Week and...

Sandro Häfliger
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Down On The Farm

With the world population passing the 6 billion mark last October, the debate over our ability to sustain a fast-growing population is heating up. Biotechnology...

Down On The Farm
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Wisdom of the Ages Applied to Snowboarding

There’s heaps of stuff which has been learned in other areas of life that can – and should – be applied to snowboarding. Let’s have...

Wisdom of the Ages Applied to Snowboarding
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Global Warming and Hurricanes: The shape of things to come?

Believe it or not, there are some alive today (especially in America) who believe that we (human beings) overestimate the consequences of our actions in...

Global Warming and Hurricanes: The shape of things to come?
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The Top Three France Parks

For this month’s spot check, we set our Spanish editor the difficult task of visiting all the snowparks in France and Spain so that he...

The Top Three France Parks
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Matti Rautanen

Matti… what can I say about this kid? I first met him on the Elan Team shoot last spring, and at first glance he looked...

Matti Rautanen
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Cheryl Maas

Cheryl Maas had a pretty successful season. She competed at the Olympics, which took her loads of time for preparation, and she won the TTR...

Cheryl Maas
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Ronnie Andersson

Ronnie kicked off last winter riding a bunch around his hometown of Skellefteå with Peter Lundström before heading to the snusless wastes of the European...

Ronnie Andersson
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Regression or Progression: The Nuclear Option

Human-induced climate change is widely acknowledged (unless you work in the oil industry or the Bush administration) as being one of the most pressing issues...

Regression or Progression: The Nuclear Option
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The Ideal Snowboarder

The ideal snowboarder rises early, effortlessly opening up a pair of perfectly white and deep-blue eyes. Not a trace of red-eye needs to be removed,...

The Ideal Snowboarder
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Scott Sports Range

Scott Sports are launching a new range of boards and goggles for next season. The colourful mix of styles is sure to get you noticed...

Scott Sports Range
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Nixon Delta Watches

The new Nixon Delta watches are the first snowboard specific triple sensor watches with custom digital movement, compass and altimeter functions. The clever time-piece also...

Nixon Delta Watches
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