After sharing various diseases, the snowboard industry has returned to its various home mountains, signalling the end of another ISPO trade show.Munich’s beer halls no longer ring out with soliloquies on whether Burton’s new step in bindings will work or not, and for the first time in a week airport staff won’t have to deal with shipping container-sized board bags.
Whilst our livers recover and we finish off the last of the brand-by-brand product previews, we thought we’d give you an overall taste as to what, out of the thousands of products on display over the week, caught our collective eye. Here’s our best of ISPO 2017:
Arbor – Terrapin 2017/18
The most choad-like board at the whole show. We’re a massive fan of the short ‘n’ fat fad going on right now, and this thing is almost wider than it is tall.