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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-06-2009, 06:43 AM
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Zion Snowboards

zion snowboards little company based out of colorado. I had the priveledge to test out one of their sticks last season. Give them a look see, they press all their own boards and come with a 2 year warranty. They also give some of their income to good causes!
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They don't press their boards Never Summer presses their boards.

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sorry to bring up an old thread

but this is a pretty cool company.
Zion Snowboards: Putting the Fun Back - Grousepark's Blog - push.ca

And when you buy a snowboard from them money also goes to charity.
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Zion is based out of Vancouver not Colorado.
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Zion is based out of Vancouver not Colorado.
have you ridden one? how are they?
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I rode the Lost a few years ago, when it was being made here and it was an excellent all around park deck. I'm not sure where Walter is having their boards made now but they are really popular at all the local mountains and in Japan.
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I rode the Lost a few years ago, when it was being made here and it was an excellent all around park deck. I'm not sure where Walter is having their boards made now but they are really popular at all the local mountains and in Japan.
pretty durable?
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pretty durable?
Yes, definitely. Also, their customer service is excellent so if you ever have any issues, they are great to deal with.
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i think eric willet used to ride for them
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Zion is based out of Vancouver not Colorado.
Doesn't mean they can't have their boards pressed in Colorado. You know this Global Economy thing holy fuck!

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