The Capita Outerspace Living is a perfect combination of mellow camber and double rocker to enjoy a relaxed riding on groomers, powder and even park. The Outerspace Living from Capita is perfect for beginner and intermediate riders.
The DOA is an all-mountain board which excels everywhere, it’s fast, goes high and is playful. Either on the backcountry, groomers or park, the DOA is an one board does it all choice.
Small, fat and playfull just like the chubby friend we all have, the Slush Slasher from Spring Break is great for the spring sessions and powder turns, even on groomers it's great fun.
The Lone Wolf is a big gun swallowtail designed by surf shaper Chris Christenson and Jeremy Jones. Blending features of a pow board with the heart of a Super-G race board, the Lone Wolf has a long sidecut and is built to arc big turns in big terrain.
The Youth Slasher 120cm powsurfer was designed with young riders in mind but would also be great fun for larger riders who find themselves riding golf courses, sledding hills and other areas with packed or very shallow snow.
Designed for small children ages 4-8 years old. Teach your child the joy of surfing snow without the pain and awkward falls that come with strapping them into snowboards. Perfect for backyards, sledding hills, parks, and golf courses.
Plus stands for additional quality and performance. By merging the most premium materials with one of their favorite shapes, Korua aimed to build the best snowboard possible. Korua upgraded the base material, wood core, and top sheet to create a lighter, faster and more responsive version of their favorite soft boot carving board.
The Skunk ape is Mervin's experiMENTAL division’s big guy “dream board” project. Constant testing and refinement by Trevor Phillips, Krush Kulesza, Neil Green and Kurt Jensen make this the best larger gentleman's power freestyle stick on the planet. Put it on rail or on a rail, your toes won’t drag but, your knuckles might. Now even lighter with new HP...
Travis’ favorite Jackson Hole designed globally tested shapes in lightweight, long lasting, powerful HP thin tip construction. The Pro HP is a very versatile stick that will allow you to push your perceived limits but, is still fun and playful enough to be the perfect daily driver. Check Travis putting the boards to work in his latest BC pillow project...
The Lando is a playful technically advanced power freestyle freeride machine. A Bio Beans top sheet, smooth riding basalt glass, and poppy 3D bamboo energiser risers built into Lando’s refined Phoenix shape. Ready to rip heavy lines but focused on freestyle good times… guaranteed to improve your switch method game.
The beautiful Dart is a replacement for the Apollo & Pencil favourites, which have been taken out of the line. A generous waist width complements the Tugboat-inspired tail, which sinks well in pow (thereby raising the nose for maximum floatation) and hangs on to the end of turns.
The Revolutionary award winning Skate Banana redefned snowboarding! Fun,easy to ride, high performance. Rips hardpack, carves everything, jibs and ﬂoats eﬀortlessly in powder. A must have in the quiver.
People often put the Skeleton Key in the same pile as the Deep Thinker. It's not the same board at all - the Skeleton is more refined, more progressive, more carvy and smoother at mach 10 in the bumps. It's the freeride antithesis to the Deep Thinker's freestyle friendliness, and a favourite amongst Zero G staff as a result.
The Deep Thinker is the Danny Davis inspired directional freestyle board with blunt nose, light swallow, nose rocker, camber out back and oodles of pop. That mix made it a clear shop favourite last year, and this year's 1990s aesthetics make it a sure stand out future classic. Get Deep!
Prepare for take-off with a board that makes waves for its abilities to carve and catch air. You'll find it under Terje and the other Burton pros on pow days, and there's still enough tail to ride it switch. Flight Attendant is a versatile directional platform for all-mountain shredding; it's a favourite amongst Zero G staffers.
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.
Just plug your kid in and go with a setup that’s easier than a tricycle with training wheels. Includes wood core board and Grom bindings for out-of-the-box , shred-ready riding. Perfect for Christmas or birthdays.
Believe it or not, the Custom X is a halfpipe board. High camber, short sidecut radius, directional. Kier Dillon rode it to multiple medals back in the day. But up here in Cham the platform has been adopted as a technical freerider's favourite for it's unequalled edgehold, unrelenting bite and snappy tail. Awesome in powder, unreal on the piste. A great...
In Zero G, we're spoilt for choice on snowboards - there's a different 'best board ever' for whatever conditions we're experiencing. But nothing is as versatile as the Custom.