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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Christmas gift idea for snowboarders

The Da Kine Super Tune Kit, or the One Ball Jay Hot Wax kit! Both kits contain the essentials to maintain a snowboard, including an iron for waxing. Great holiday gift ideas for the snowboarder you love!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Seeing the future, 5 years ago.

Recently, Ride Snowboards released the latest of their limited edition artist series DH2's, the DH2.5.

We have to admit, we didn't recognize the artist at first, but loved the board graphic and after reading over the artists bio, definitely recognized where his work had been seen. So when it came time to display the boards, we naturally asked "Hey guys, any of you heard of an artist called Coop?"

Dillon: "ummm, yeah, I love Coop's work!"
Board displayer: "You heard of him?"
Dillon: "Yea I've heard of him." (At which time he turns around, bends over and tugs at his pants which is never really a good sign)

Turns out, Dillon not only has heard of Coop's work, but liked it so much that he got a tattoo of one of his works a while ago. Is Ride copying Dillon's style with the DH2.5? Probably not, but a cool coincidence nonetheless!

When did you get the tattoo?
Dillon: About 5 years ago. Starting following Coop's work a few years before that.

Why did you get it?
Dillon: So the devil can watch my back!

And what about the recent Guardian angel of snowboarding?

Dillon: Just need him to look after me on the get me out of the woods when I go in too deep.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Springtime Snowboarding at Killington

Some more excellent shots of us from
PJ Ewanos:

Steven Kelly:

Kimmai Nunnery:

Aaron Moulton:

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Truth About Powder Skis


Sunday Shred - February 28, 2010


Friday, January 29, 2010

Iron Chef Champions!!

Surf the Earth employee's Dillon Dudley and Steven Kelly competed and won the 3rd annual Killington Iron Chef competition held at Sushi Yoshi. They dressed in their freshest pirate attire, and with help of their secret ingredients, (AWESOME and EXTRA AWESOME) lead their team into to victory. They created a Vermont masterpiece which they called "THE BEAST" which was the Seven peaks of Killington represented by local moose filet wrapped around roasted garlic mashed potatoes. Gameballs with native Vermont moose, venison, and bear accompanied the mountains all topped with a wasabi-soy cream sauce and finished with rosemary for a touch of foliage. Julienne zuchini, summer squash, carrots and snowpeas provided the fiber.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Sunday Shred Continues.....

SK front board's a flat box in Timberline.
A-bomb on the Stash's wall ride.
Dudley boy tail taping the hitching post!