Friday, October 26, 2012

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Snowskate Grip now on sale !!!

Ok, if you need a piece of thin very lightweight grip (2mm eva foam) follow this link
http://snowskategear.blogspot.com/2012/01/december-pre-cutpre-packaged-snowskate_14.html?m=1
There's a paypal button already set-up, and it's a cheaper price 18$ (a deal for our lack of a real website) Almost finished with new website, so for the time being this is quick. Also grip looks like the picture posted here.. not the stuff on link . Thanks for your patience

Monday, October 22, 2012

Thursday, October 18, 2012

This is pretty dope

..heres a pic of Derek Hynd surfing a finless board locally with tons of style, my guess this shot was taken on Wednesday .

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Cold and tropical

A Crisp day with chilly air temps, (38 in am) and warm building swell (and plenty of jellyfish) - nice combo ..true fall swell, next stop winter
Photo BB

Monday, October 8, 2012

First snowskate clip of the season

...might be first snowskate clip of the new season '12-'13 Love this clip.. Thanks Aaron for heads up Jay peak

Snow

Matt's latest snowskate

Matt sent these photos of his newest set-up... It's the new 90cm Boyd hill park sub and a directional december top-deck from last season

Monday, October 1, 2012

NY in the October issue of Powder??

I never like saying the word "backcountry" being from NY. People thinks it's a total joke, people look at me like I'm crazy. And after years of traveling around the country, I totally would agree with them; NY is not a top snow shredding destination. Sure it's cold in the winter and there's tons of lake effect storms, and a dozen or so coastal storms, but people think there's no real size, no big mountains, no deep powder. But just like every generalization there's always an exception. The Adirondack Mountains, are that exception in NY. The ADK is a huge remote state park that sits not far from sea level so every step is a vertical one and it's filled with the same stuff other big areas get to call backcountry, untracked remote dry powder, skiable huts, numerous avalanches, super long natural runs, skiable terrain until June, host to the Winter Olympics (twice, which is more then most states, which also says something about the area) and thanks to 'tug hill plateau', some crazy amounts of snow.(google Tug Hill if your curious) cool to see NY get the slight nod from Powder Magazine and I liked Drew Haas' feedback. Its not exactly worth buying a plane ticket for, but if u can make the drive, do it. Stoked to see it, even better come skate it

Powder Magazine's Adirondack Spread (NY)

This picture is a nice example of the winters in NY if your willing to hike a bit. This spot is about a 2 mile skin thru and up some perfect country. Even tho it feels so remote up there, its only about 7 miles away from the 90 meter ski jumps used in the 1980 and 1932 winter Olympics. 3 miles away from the jumps is the tiny olympic village of Lake Placid, where smack dab in the center of town is the Herb Brooks Rink, famous for housing the 'miracle on ice' where USA beat the Russians in hockey and eventually won gold medals!.. and standing across the rink and past the lake is Whiteface, which held all the Olympic downhill ski races! This area is steeped in alpine history, but is still way way off the radar.

Late May - Early June 2011 ?

(Real late spring) here's a shot of Mount Colden from Wright Peak, with Mt. Marcy in the background. My brother Steve in blue might be first to descend Wright Peak on snowskate, from summit(ish) to trailhead. On that day he rode a 125 FPS with 38" December deck from 2009.

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WINTER 2009-2010 Snowskates
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Singles, flat decks, and Powder sticks

Top decks....priced by size



december singles

december singles
.... our single decks are hand crafted and pressed using 8 ply Canadian Maple , engineered with five glide-lock channels that have been "skinned" with the latest technology in snowboard base material; 4000 "Red" Sintered Base with Gallium, to give today's rider tomorrow's speed and performance, now.....

december TOP decks for BI-DECKS

december TOP decks for BI-DECKS
....hand pressed out of 7 plys of hard rock maple. These top decks are to be mounted to the sub of your choice whether its for powder or park...Our decks are available with custom concaves, kicks, and sizes. These decks are best if tweaked to the riders desired dimensions....all truck holes will be pre-drilled..Prices vary upon sizes...

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