The FURTHER 24L is the perfect mid-size backcountry pack o ering enough volume to hold everything you need for a basic splitboard tour. A separate avy tools pocket keeps your safety gear close at hand and the stow-able helmet holder plus fleece lined goggle pocket keeps your critical descent gear safe. When it comes time to bootpack, side and vertical board carry straps plus side ski-carry straps allow multi- ple options for ferrying the load. The Further 24L is built with all recycled (…)
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5 August 2014, par Julien
Minimalist 35L & 45L
5 September 2015, par Julien
Featherweight yet fully-featured, the Minimalist pack is a groundbreaking backcountry snowboarding pack built for riders who go long and climb high. The simple top-load design and tech fabrics save critical weight but the dual top-lid and hip belt pockets make it easy to organize small gear. Front board straps combine with side compression straps to o er rock solid board carry while the stow-able front panel helmet holder and dual ice axe loops lock down important tools. A thermo-molded (…)
10 September 2013, par Julien
"Jones packs have everything you need and nothing you don’t. They are the ultimate backcountry snowboarding packs." - Jeremy Jones
9 September 2013, par Julien
As more and more resorts open the backcountry boundaries it can be rad to ride with a small pack all-day, inbounds or out. The 18L pack is the perfect size for the bare essentials - avy tools, water, snacks and a layer - and it’s streamlined profile keeps your center of gravity tight. Rugged side and vertical board carry straps lock the board to your back when bootpacking, which is probably the only time you’ll notice the 18L pack on your shoulders. The DEEPER 18L is built with all recycled (…)
Discover Splitboarding With Miikka Hast - Ep. 1 + 2
29 March, par Seth Lightcap
’Discover Splitboarding’ is a mini-documentary series featuring Jones International Team Rider Miikka Hast. In the series Miikka shares a ton of useful splitboard tip/tricks and shows off some rad backcountry terrain in Finland and Norway.
Episode One: Miikka explains how splitboarding can expand your playground and splitboard gear basics.
Episode Two: Miikka shares his top splitboard tips including how to keep your skins from (…)
Discover Splitboarding With Miikka Hast - Ep. 3/4
7 April, par Seth Lightcap
’Discover Splitboarding’ is a mini-documentary series featuring Jones International Team Rider Miikka Hast. In the series Miikka shares a ton of useful splitboard tip/tricks and shows off some rad backcountry terrain in Arctic Norway.
Episode Three: Miikka climbs a peak in Tamok, Norway from trailhead to the summit detailing all the aspects of a tour - skinning, route planning, route finding and preparing for the unexpected.
Episode four: Miikka steps to more serious terrain (…)
Spring Adventure Report: Cascade Volcano Tour - Part One
20 May 2014, par Seth Lightcap
What are you waiting for? Wax that splitboard, pack the bags and get moving! It’s prime time to hit the road and blast off on a Cascade Volcano tour.
The Cascade Volcanic Arc is a group of 20 some volcanic peaks on the west coast of North America. Stretching from Southern B.C. to California, nearly every mountain in this unique range holds sick shred lines including several peaks with descents over 8000 ft. Long days and warm weather in May and June make spring the $$$ season for ripping (…)
Live from la Parva: Jones field test
5 August 2013, par Seth Lightcap
Jeremy Jones, Alex Yoder and Forrest Shearer have been testing new Jones boards in La Parva, Chile this past week. Here’s a few images from the first half of the Jones Field Test:
Ode to progression: a snowboard can always be improved either by shape or materials, stagnation is not an option.
Spelunking…Andes Style. Photo @Andrew_Miller
Alex Yoder stretches out after a long plane ride. Photo @jonessnowboards
Jeremy Jones testing the Carbon Solution.
Poma Life. Photo @yoderyoder
Avalanche Awarness - Real Avalanche Videos
28 January 2013, par Seth Lightcap
Here are six informative and sobering reality checks on the danger of avalanches. These videos depict skiers and snowboarders getting caught in potentially fatal slides. The clips include POV shots of skiers getting buried and dug out, successful airbag deployments, a “what-not-to-do” in a rescue scenario and a massive step-down slide in AK that the skier survives thanks to luck alone.
Seeing is believing so watch these videos and learn from the mistakes of others. Video above depicts a (…)
Spring Adventure Report - Part One
19 April 2014, par Seth Lightcap
Longer days and stable snow make spring the season to explore the highest, most remote backcountry peaks. Jones ambassadors have been making the most of the April sunshine and laying tracks on high lines around the world. Read on for trip reports from the Tantalus Range in B.C. Canada, the Tamok Valley in Norway and the High Sierra in California.
Tantalus Range - British Columbia, Canada
Report + Photos by Yuta Watanabe I spent an awesome week in the Tantalus Range with my friends (…)
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