The Slush Slasher is the playful mini-park and powder ripper that changed the game. This innovative short-board rails turns on the groomers, transitions, and in the park—and it's as fun on jibs as it is in the deep stuff. This board is sure to change your perspective on any terrain and put a smile on even the grumpiest of sceptics.
Want a sick female-specific snowboard which isn't going to break the bank? Enter the Yeasayer. It's a versatile Flat Top platform (read: advantages of rocker without stiffness of camber) which rides switch as easily as it rides normally. We loved it, and so will you.
If you're looking for a tough and aggressive split which has a little more finesse than the stiffer guns out there, the Antisocial Split is your new best friend. It's a lightweight platform which ships with Voilé vs Burton Channel Pucks - an important consideration, especially seeing as they're around 70€ to buy seperately. Leave it all behind on the...
The Twin Sister is an inspired all-mountain board for women who want a playful ride that excels in any terrain and any snow condition. Featuring a directional twin shape, Camrock profile and a friendly flex, the Twin Sister floats amazing in pow, turns on a dime and is easy to ride switch or take into the terrain park.
The Otto 57 is Korua's most 'normal' shaped board...but it's a spectacular performer in all conditions. Don't let the twintip style shape fool you - this board is a setback, fully-directional masterpiece with camber along the length of the deck and a rocker beneath the nose. Made for turning.
The Café Racer is a softboot carving board, ideal for tight, aggressive turns when tearing up resort groomers. The full camber on this board gives you more grip in turns from tip to tail, and rides like a train on tracks. A good board to learn how to carve properly but also able to handle the perfect turns of a powerful experienced rider.