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what board companies produce boards in america? is there a list somewhere
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angrysnowboarder.com kinda made a list. But I dont know if there is an official one.

What kind of board are you looking for?

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what board companies produce boards in america? is there a list somewhere
Domestic Decks: 2010 USA-made Snowboards : Shred White and Blue

this site posts boards every week or so that are made in the USA. By made in the USA, I assume you mean the companies that make their boards exclusively in the US, no overseas production too. For example:


Here are a few brands that spring to mind:

Gnu
Lib Tech
Roxy
Signal
Rome
Never Summer
Smokin'
Donek (Courtesy of JoeR)

Keep addin em!

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angrysnowboarder.com kinda made a list. But I dont know if there is an official one.

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idk i just noticed my ride machete was made in china and i heard the stories about a big company movin to austria.. so i would just like to know the companies that dont take the easy way out and are keeping it in america and all that..

thinking real hard about a neversummer heritage but i want to hear some more reviews from people and want to know what my other options are to add to my quiver
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If Arbor is non-china the Coda would be a good option for you.

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By made in the USA, I assume you mean the companies that make their boards exclusively in the US, no overseas production too.


But just to name a few...

All Mervin Manufacturing Boards
Signal
Rome
Never Summer
Smokin'

Keep addin em!
Donek is another. Sean Martin, Donek's CEO, posted here recently.
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Donek is another. Sean Martin, Donek's CEO, posted here recently.
no way! cool!
Im pretty sure Arbor is too, but don't hold me to it.

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Arbors are made in Austria.
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btw guys im not saying that other companies are crap or less quality. I just think that during these times when america has very few things it produces its a good idea to buy american if given the chance.

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Ride made in Seattle, WA

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