Have you had a chance to look at the new 23/24 collection yet? Fresh graphics, updated tech, and even a couple brand-new additions to the line. For a closer look at our all-new snowboards for 23/24 read below.
Already a staple in the Rome Powder collection, the 23/24 rendition of the Stale Fish features a new shape. With input from Stale himself we built out the Stale Fish to have a more natural ride both forward and switch with plenty of stability to charge huge Alaskan cornice drops, the perfect shape to float through fresh powder, and Flax Walls in the nose for powerful groomer carves.
|Martin Laesser demonstrating the jump-charging capabilities of the new Stalefish shape|
Perhaps the most highly anticipated board in the 23/24 collection, the Rene-Gade is Rene Rinnekangas' first pro model snowboard. This beast was designed to look and ride like a late-90's board. With no extra bells and whistles, the Rene-Gade is a powerful true camber board meant to go fast, pop hard, and just plain handle business.
|Rene and his Rene-Gade in their natural habitat|
With the popularity from the team and customers alike with last year's Artifact Pro it only made sense to beef up another fan-favorite. By adding Flax Impact Plates, Flax Walls, and upgrading from Bamboo Omega to Carbon Omega HotRods, we welcome the all-new Agent Pro line. With premium pop and a hard charging core for handling even bigger features: the Agent Pro is here to stay.
|Connor Cavanagh blasts a tree gap on the Agent Pro|
A staple in the women's line, the Heist is the ideal one-board-quiver. This year we added Double Kick to the board to improve pressability and stability in an already all-around ripper of a board. If you want to hit the hidden pow stash on the way down to the park then the Heist has you covered.
|Madison Blackley showing off the all-terrain Heist|
Our brand-new addition to the women's line: how could you not be stoked with a name like the Hype? The perfect board for park rats to get excited about, the Hype is a pressable Fusion Camber board with Double Kick. Made to take a beating on jibs, jumps, and natural features all over the mountain: the Hype is real.
|Ruby Peyton showing us what the Hype is all about|