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APO Snowboards

Régis Rolland is the mann hailed as bringing snowboarding to central Europe. An alpine ski racer until the age of 17, he quickly realised that...

APO Snowboards

YES Snowboards

The story of YES Snowboards feels a little like the intro to an 80’s sports movie, but Mighty Ducks was pretty rad so it’s probably...

YES Snowboards

Now Bindings

A company set-up by former-pro turned binding-wizard: Mr JF Pelchat. After an illustrious 15 year long snowboarding career with the likes of Jeremy Jones, Devun...

Now Bindings

Spy Optics

Spy Optics – big in the eyewear game – have never been ones to be pegged down in just snowsports. Operating in surfing, motocross, rally...

Spy Optics

Von Zipper

The 3 founders of Von Zipper cut their teeth at an unnamed sunglasses and goggles company, before deciding to switch up the formula (and the...

Von Zipper

Volcom

A company born from the feeling of fresh powder, a young Richard Woolcott and Tucker Hall sculpted a company that wanted its design to reflect...

Volcom

Union Bindings

Born from two Northwave/Drake employees and distributed through the same C3 Worldwide foundation as Capita and Coal headwear – Union’s emergence in 2005 marked a...

Union Bindings

Technine

Arguably Technine can be held partly responsible for the design of the modern snowboard binding. After years of being palmed with chunky bindings with no...

Technine

Stepchild Snowboards

Co-owner Brad Richmond remortgaged his house to start up Stepchild Snowboards in 2000. He started with two riders on the team, co-owner Sean Johnson and...

Stepchild Snowboards

Salomon Snowboards

Like European neighbours Nidecker, it took the best part of 60 years for Salomon to start developing a snowboard line, but as our Irish neighbours...

Salomon Snowboards

Roxy

Born from father-brand Quiksilver in 1990, Roxy was originally in the surf wear market until 1997 when they expanded into their first snow wear line....

Roxy

Ride Snowboards

Hailing from the Western shores of the USA, Ride Snowboards was initially a project for Roger Madison to keep him busy in the winter when...

Ride Snowboards

O'Neill

Jack O’Neill the eye-patch toting surfer-come-pirate was the inventor of the wetsuit for our water carving brethren midway through the last decade. Whilst he’d been...

O'Neill

The North Face

Yet another company hailing from the shores of Western America, The North Face has always been synonymous with high-end ‘adventure’ wear, but it seems it...

The North Face

Nixon

Born from the frustration of not being able to find a decent watch, Chad DiNenna an ex-Transworld Snow employee and Andy Laats a former Burton...

Nixon

Nikita

Whilst not officially kicking off until the turn of the century, Nikita has been around in some form since 1994 when designer/shop owner/all-round bauss Heida...

Nikita

Nidecker

Whilst the story of Jake Burton and Tom Sims battling out for the title of the inventor of snowboards, Swiss entrepreneur Henri Nidecker was turning...

Nidecker

Neff

Mr Neff came up for the idea of an action sport headwear company whilst at Brigham Young University, Utah back in the glory days of...

Neff

Lib Technologies

Born from the ashes of GNU snowboards, Lib Tech has been at the forefront of ecological design and cutting edge technology since the late 80’s....

Lib Technologies

Jones Snowboards

The Gandalf the Grey of the backcountry world, Jeremy Jones set up his own snowboard company after his long time split with Rossignol back in...

Jones Snowboards

GNU Snowboards

The year was 1977 when a young Mike Olson shocked the world/his High School when instead of making a clock or a ornamental vase in...

GNU Snowboards

Giro Helmets

Kicking things off on the shores of the Pacific back in ’85, Giro Helmets originally began developing cycle helmets for the peleton, mountain chargers and...

Giro Helmets
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