Due to COVID-19, there may be temporary delays in processing orders, returns, and customer service requests.
We appreciate your support and encourage everyone to stay safe.
Often imitated but never duplicated, Scott Steven’s riding and personal style is without compare. As a master innovator and industry leader in new tricks, he has set himself apart in the snowboarding game. This extremely durable, versatile, twin-tip park destroyer is exactly what Scott uses to get wild. With a shape that turns on a dime, this board was made to jib, bonk, slide, shred, ride, slap and pop off of anything. For 2019 the series is super-charged with a new high-speed Quantum DriveTM sintered base.
These versatile boards feature a dual reverse camber Flat Kick freestyle shape. A zero camber section throughout the insert area provides a stable skate-style feel, while elevated contact points turn on a dime and float effortlessly in powder.
Engineered specifically for an extreme mix of dampening and durability with the engergy required for spontaneous and creative riding.
Increase power and pop while creating a damp and calm ride.
Damp, durable, and lighter than rubber, cork increases protection from blunt force impacts.
Triax/Biax HOLYSHEETTM has higher glass to weight ratio than normal fiberglass. Impregnated with high performance plant based MAGIC BEANTM RESIN for the most powerful and dynamic ride.
Harder, stronger, faster, the Quantum DriveTM base is an updated sintered ultra-high molecular weight, ultra-high density polyethylene—the Millenium Falcon of bases, just got turbo charged.
|151||114.5||25.2||29.5 / 29.5||7.70||60.9 / 24.0||90-150 / 40-68|
|153||116.0||25.4||29.7 / 29.7||7.80||60.9 / 24.0||100-160 / 45-72|
|155||118.0||25.5||29.9 / 29.9||7.90||63.5 / 25.0||120-180 / 54-81|
|157||120.0||25.6||30.1 / 30.1||8.06||63.5 / 25.0||130-190 / 59-86|
Everybody knows that genius inventions and culturally significant product shifts are usually devised right in the backyard. Global market dominators like Apple, Google, Disney and CAPiTA all started out back at some dude's house. Guess where the first Nollie Double Heel to Late Impossible Revert on a trampskate happened? Yup, some dude's backyard. What about the first Hopscotch Hippie Hop Body Varial 360 on a snowboard? Yep, same dude. Same backyard. They were conceptualized in Portland, Oregon by a mad scientist that–in between naps–has been doing next level crazy shit for a lifetime now. You don’t need a complex algorithm to know who it is. His name: Scott Stevens. His process: who knows! Just behind his trampoline lies a little red and white shed. We've been told that it is his secret laboratory. Apparently, he hangs out in there by himself drinking awesome sauce, thinking up new ideas when he's not watching The Sandlot on VHS for the two-hundredth time, and comes out Droppin' Science!