The Snowboarder's Journal:
"What the snowboard industry does doesn’t really affect me in any way. I live in southern Vermont, so far away from anyone in the industry, and am making classes for people to build boards. Those nose and tail shapes are mostly suggestions for people who want to take a class, and a lot of people go off of that and don’t stick to that script. Some [templates] are only there because we think they look awesome..."
The Sickle - Resort Ready
The Sickle packs the PowderJet ethos into a board that you can rip every day. It has traditional camber and a nice tight sidecut for carving up corduroy while maintaining an ample taper and setback to flow effortlessly through powder.
As with all PowderJets, we will customize the width, nose, and tail to exactly what you want. Just ask.
From The Ledger
The Shop Scratch Pad
A rambling collection of things that stoke us
Snowboarding's Forgotten Pioneer - Dimitrije Milovich
But Milovich never considered that snowboarding because a rider held onto a rope. What Stoveken did — arms free — was snowboarding, he said.
"Everybody lays claim to be being the first snowboarder. It wasn't me. It was Wayne Stoveken."
Day by Day - The Iris Story
Meanwhile in Siberia
Here's 60 inches of powder, press mute, watch for a minute, move on