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Gear Reviews of different winter, summer, indoor and outdoor sports equipment. We’ll let you know what’s worth spending your money on and what isn’t.

Simply put, the Chrome Cardiel ORP is one of the coolest backpacks around. It's comfortable, stylish, and has plenty of room for you to stash your things. Best of all, it's waterproof. I've been stuck in a downpour one too...
Every sane person knows that the Zombie Apocalypse is on its way... just a matter of time. Prepare now and lead the resistance with this awesome Hyundai car that has been outfitted with pretty much everything a zombie killer...
The Nitro Demand Snowboard has been available for several years now but the 2013 model is better than ever. The board is geared towards younger riders, hence its smaller profile, but it actually works just as well with older and more experienced riders in those situations where a smaller board is more ideal. In fact, the Demand has even become popular with members of the Nitro Professional Team.
Snowboarding purist Temple Cummins knows what it takes for a snowboard to be killer. The four-time Mt. Baker Legendary Banked Slalom champion and common sight on other Cascadia slopes spends a lot of time in deep alpine powder. That's...
Most snowboard companies have long fought to differentiate themselves from skateboarding companies that they have drawn so much inspiration from in the past. Despite the differences in terrain, snowboarding and skateboarding are a lot alike. Yet snowboards and skateboards...
Apart from its distinctive flying V-shape, the Burton Lipstick offers a unique contour by extending Frostbite edges. Unlike its contemporaries, the Burton Lipstick offers bulging edges that extend beneath the bindings to clutch hard-pack snow and ice, while providing an incredible carving radius. In laymen’s terms, this new technology will give you the advantage this season.
Sure, a snowboard bag might not be the first thing on your list of snowboarding "must haves" for the upcoming (and, in many places, just beginning) season on the mountain, but a bag like the Burton Board Sack will last a lifetime and will also lengthen the life of your snowboards. Better yet, it's cheap. Like the guys over at Burton say it's "board insurance on a budget."
Are you that guy on the mountain that loves to spends most of his time at the park? If so, then the 2014 Niche Theme snowboard might just be for you. It's a twin-shaped board that absolutely rips in the...
The 2014 Slash ATV Snowboard truly is an all terrain vehicle. Designed for everything the mountain can throw at you, the snowboard is equally at home in the park and in the powder. The Slash ATV Snowboard combines a traditional...
Boots are an important and essential piece of gear for any snowboarding setup. Rather than just pick up any old pair, why not invest a little of your hard-earned dough in a top-quality set of shred kicks this winter. The...
Not even the snow can stop you from running outdoors when you strap on the Crescent Moon Composite Kilo Run Snowshoes. There is no longer any reason to hole up inside on the treadmill when winter comes rushing in. The...
In today's day and age, versatility is key in the snowboarding game. Most riders don't want to spend their hard-earned money on a board that can only perform one function. And that's where the 2014 Lib Tech Burtner Box...
Attention Ladies: the 2014 Roxy Banana Smoothie snowboard is a seriously sick board! Constructed in a slightly smaller size than most men's boards,the Banana Smoothie is designed to be ridden by women that love all-mountain snowboarding. The Roxy Banana Smoothie snowboard...
The 2014 Burton Cloudsplitter Snowboard is a powder board through and through. It's the perfect snowboard for anyone who likes to dish it out in the deep stuff. Though it's a bit pricey for beginners, it works well for...