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The Best Late Season Deals And Steals At The Snowboard Asylum

Buy now, pay later with TSA's new initiative

Well, 2021 has really been the year of the split. Earlier this season we saw the popularity of splitboarding skyrocket as it transformed from a sideline hobby for weirdos who like walking uphill to a pretty rad way to still get some turns in while resorts remained closed, and now our esteemed friends at the UK’s finest bricks and mortar establishment, The Snowboard Asylum, have taken it one step further and are giving you the option to split your bill.

No, not in the Going Dutch sense. We know ‘splitting the bill’ normally invokes memories of shitty first dates, desperately trying to make sure you’re not left coughing up for your dates Wagyu Tenderloin after they’ve spent 2 hours talking about how great their Ruroc helmet is or how they think snowblades are actually the next big thing.

“You can still ensure you’ve dialled in the perfect fit before shelling out on new gear”

TSA have partnered with Klarna, a ‘buy now, pay later’ option allowing you to split purchases into three bitesize payment chunks. It’s no secret that your wallet can take a bit of a beating when buying new snowboard gear, but Klarna takes the sting out of the big hit, instead offering an easy-going payment plan.

It also offers an alternative to the classic high street shopper experience, still allowing you to try before you buy, but without having to see anyone except your postman. Snowboard boots and outerwear especially are items that are highly fit dependant, so if you can’t make it down to one of TSA’s stores, you can still ensure you’ve dialled in the perfect fit before shelling out on new gear.

PC: James North // The Snowboard Asylum

So, with that in mind, while 2020/21 has been nothing short of a splitting headache, we’re looking ahead, all guns blazing for next winter. We’ve put in the man hours, testing products and doing the research right down to the splitting hairs, nitty gritty stages to bring you this list of our favourite late season steals at TSA, so you don’t have to. If you’ve had your eye on some new gear, there’s no time like the present, these deals are too good to last, so you better get on it lickety-split.

Jones Mountain Twin

Was: £440 Now: £330

A stalwart in the Jones line, the Mountain Twin has gone under the knife this season to reinvent itself as a bona fide quiver killer with all the flair and panache you’d expect from the finale of Cirque du Soleil. After a few choice nips and tucks, the crew at Jones have taken their modern-day classic all-mountain snowboard and turned it into one of the most versatile daily drivers on the market.

Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Jones Mountain Twin here

YES. Standard

Was: £439 Now: £329.95

Everyone loves the idea of a quiver killer – one board that can do it all – as the lines between park and powder continue to erase. The Standard is the offering from YES. that fits right in the heart of this category but still manages to stamp its own unique identity on things.

Take a closer look at the 2020-2021 YES. Standard here

Sims ATV

Was: £449 Now: £336.75

The aptly named Sims ATV does exactly what it says on the tin- it’s your all-terrain vehicle. Whether it’s playing around through the park, throwing up big slashes through pristine powder pockets or ripping up the early morning corduroy- the ATV is willing and able to get the goods.

Take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Sims ATV here

Salomon Assassin

Was: £490 Now: £367.50

Over the years the Salomon Assassin has become a firm all-mountain freestyle team and fan favourite, if you’re looking for one board that does it all then this cutthroat kamikaze could be the one for you. This Assassin might not be bumping off political figures, but it definitely kills it on the mountain.

Take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Salomon Assassin here

Burton Lexa X Women’s

Was: £260 Now: £195

The Burton Lexa has long been heralded as one of the best women’s snowboard bindings ever made. It’s a long-time team and fan favourite, and this year Burton have gone back to the drawing board to release the Lexa X- its supercharged big sister. The Lexa you know and love, with a few choice upgrades to bolster on snow performance and deliver a more aggressive ride.

Selected for the Whitelines 100 – Take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Burton Lexa X here

Salomon Hologram

Was: £270 Now: £202.50

The Salomon Hologram is a mid-flex freestyle focused binding built to provide comfort and performance for riders who want to shred the whole mountain from dawn till dusk. So whether that’s getting stuck into a eurocarve, dropping into a pow line through the trees or tweaking out a method, you can get on with your riding without thinking about your binding holding you back.

Take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Salomon Hologram here

Union Falcor

Was: £300 Now: £224.99

The high-performance Falcor is aimed at riders who are looking for a hard-charging binding that’s going to deliver exceptional performance in even the most extreme terrain. As the binding of choice for Travis Rice, this innovation packed binding combines Union’s advanced, fully adjustable Duraflex baseplate with a hybrid Falcor/Forged Carbon Highback responsive FormaLab ankle straps.

Adidas Response ADV

Was: £300 Now: £254.96

Based on the iconic 3MC skate shoe, the Adidas Response snowboard boots provide all-mountain freestyle riders with the perfect trifecta of comfort, style and (in case you missed the name first time around) response. With the same 6/10 flex rating as the Tactical Lexicon ADV boots, the Response boots cater to the same kind of riders, but for those who are happy to forgo the absolute top of the line construction in the midsole and liner,and prioritise the convenience of the super quick adjustability of a dual boa fastening system.

Take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Adidas Response ADV here

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