We are looking for a design that doesn’t waste energy. A wide nose for the maximum float as well as a small setback camber for the necessary pop. The tail slimmer than the nose to keep calm blood at high speed. A directional freeride sidecut which gives the snowboard the necessary surf feeling, while a swallowtail ensures fast turns in the steep cullies of our native spruce forests.
Every snowboard is handmade in over 70 different steps, making every single one a unique piece of craftsmanship.
Extra wide nose for the big days when you need that extra float besides bringing your snorkel.
Short, tipped swallow tail for extra fast and short turns in every terrain.
Besides our carefully selected regional Swiss wood, we use a high-grade graphite enriched P-Tex base, steel edges, Tryax fiberglass, side panels, ABS and high quality inserts for our snowboards. Simply a snowboard free of compromises for the handful of days, which bring us back into the powdery mountains year after year.
We build with the best, state of the art materials that we can find on the market making this a high quality piece of Swiss craftsmanship.
The topcoat is made out of local birch sorted by us and our veneer dude. Birch is easy to work with and bends well. A ride through a bunch of birch trees on birch is not to beat.
The base is made out of sintered P-TEX 4500. So you’ll probably be able to order the first round of beers, waiting for your friends at the Busstop Bar.
Yes it is equipped with handbent stainless steel edges. Less drag in the snow and great carving performance: check.
Two layers of it arm the board and give the necessary flex and torsional stiffness. Locally inserted carbon strings allow the board to snap back.
Using a traditional screen printing technique whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink by hand onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil.