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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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El Grande - The Widest Board in the World?

Being the creator of the widest board on the market wasn't quite good enough for Elan, who have now surpassed themselves with their new super...

El Grande - The Widest Board in the World?
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Head PX5 Binding

After two years of talks with riders, Head have launched their brand new PX5 binding. Blending comfort and performance, the binding easily adapts to all...

Head PX5 Binding
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O'Neill H3 Series

The O'Neill H3 Series is a range of wearable electronics, designed specifically for boardsports fans. The range of technologically advanced apparel constitues six items to...

O'Neill H3 Series
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APO Snowboards Binding

APO snowboards have just released their new expresso binding. The lightweight binding has two independent straps with ratchets, making it as comfortable, customizable and precise...

APO Snowboards Binding
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686 Spring 2007 Collection

686 has just launched a sneak preview of it's new men’s collection for Spring 2007. Combining technical and fashionable, the performance-based line includes patented toolbelts,...

686 Spring 2007 Collection
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Romain De Marchi's Summer Memories

Romain De Marchi shares the highlights of his summer in this exclusive photo diary...

Romain De Marchi's Summer Memories
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Flatland Tricks

Word Fresh, Gs. Back-to-back 1080s are all fine and dandy, but going for a burn and busting out flatland tricks is one of the funnest...

Flatland Tricks
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Christian Moillen

You will have read all about Jules Reymond in issue 77, the new rookie from the French-speaking part of Switzerland who’s been blowing everything up...

Christian Moillen
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Viktor Ardfors

For someone who is from the mountains, it always comes across as a bit weird how anyone from, say, Stockholm or Gothenburg, or any other...

Viktor Ardfors
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Street Rails

Stealth missions in the middle of the night with only 10 percent or less of the ground covered in snow. Tow-ins by car in a...

Street Rails
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Romain De Marchi

For those of you who have been living a hermitic existence of late, or if you are reading this 50 years from now in a...

Romain De Marchi
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Correspondence from Al Engelhart

This is perhaps the funniest correspondence that we have received at the Onboard office in years and is well deserving of a place in our...

Correspondence from Al Engelhart
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Concrete to Canvas: Skateboarder’s Art

How often is it that you run across books like these, done by people who blatantly don’t have a clue in the world? Basically people...

Concrete to Canvas: Skateboarder’s Art
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Gregory Crewdson 1985-2005

Bugger. I shouldn’t have used the word ‘trippy’ to describe that ‘Immune’ book by Floria Sigismondi. It would fit in so much better with this...

Gregory Crewdson 1985-2005
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Immune

Sitting around for hours to try and find words to describe this book, there is only one that keeps on coming back. Trippy. Trippy as...

Immune
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