Gear Reviews

StepChild Expat Snowboard 2010/11 Review

  • Price: £360
  • Sizes: 155, 158.5, 158.5MW, 162.5
  • Width: Normal, Mid-Wide
  • Flex: 7
  • Gender:

They say: High-end directional board.
We say: This update on last year’s Corporate is still lamenting the excesses of corporate America – with one of the sickest graphics we’ve seen this year! This is a board you can get away form all that on. Built for pow-charging.
Tester says: Bit stiff for me, but no doubt it’ll suit a more aggressive rider.

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About Stepchild

  • Building boards since: 2001
  • HQ: Blaine, WA, USA
  • History lesson: Sean Johnson founded Stepchild snowboards with his mate Brad Richmond in 2000 because he was “sick and tired of retards ruining snowboard companies”. Johnson himself has been riding since 1985 and was part of the industry for ten years before starting the company, so he knows what he’s talking about when he says “We don’t want the industry to dictate to us what we should be doing about marketing, boards and advertising. We just try to concentrate on stoking out the kids.”
  • Ridden by: Stoked out kids obviously. Mostly stoked out kids who wear badass bandannas, XXXL pants and walk around saying “Uhhhh son!” a lot. Can’t think who they’re trying to emulate…


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