Find your perfect board
Finding the perfect board can be as easy as knowing your body size, riding abilities and riding style. Some boards are made to be ridden every day, regardless of conditions, other models are designed for specific conditions and terrain. Understand the differences between board styles to find the best board for you.
“Daily Driver” vs. “Quiver Board”
If you’re going to ride a board nearly everyday, you want a “Daily Driver” that can handle variable conditions. For most riders, Directional Freeride and Twin boards that have full size tails and camber underfoot will be best for day in, day out riding including those icy days. If all you ride is pow, spring slush, or soft snow, then an Alternative Freeride board with a short tail and surf rocker may also work as your “Daily Driver”.
“Quiver Boards" are shred sticks that you ride only when the conditions line up just right with that boards unique performance characteristics. Could be a board for that nipple deep day, a board for spring resort rat packin’, or a dedicated park/pipe board. Our Alternative Freeride and Surf Series boards are all worthy additions to your quiver. They are not designed to excel in all conditions, but in good conditions they offer next-level performance.
Choosing Your "Daily Driver" - By Jeremy Jones
Jeremy Jones explains how to find a "Daily Driver" board that will offer you the best performance for day in, day out shredding.
How To Build A Quiver - By Jeremy Jones
Jeremy Jones explains how to start building a board "quiver" that allows you to choose the best board for the day based on snow conditions and riding style.