|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-13-2013 01:40 AM|
|bseracka||Chair 2, upper international reference? Any chance of taking a tour of the facility?|
|02-12-2013 09:16 PM|
|Old School||The All mountain and the Powder are at about 8-10mm traditional, the Twin is flat and the Alpine is up around 12. We are working on a rocker design for future builds.|
|02-12-2013 09:16 PM|
I think I might've reached out to you guys last year about doing a demo/review but you were just protoypting at the time.
Here is some general website criticism, meant to be constructive:
I know you're still basically in pre-production but it wouldn't hurt to have a page dedicated for each board with more detailed info & techincal specs, rather than just the short descriptive text.
Font size too small and too much text on the home page, not enough contrast in your navigation menu. small font size persists throughout the rest of the content.
typo in your all-mountain split description. typo in the powder series description.
Get a professional photographer to take high resolution pictures of your boards. On a related note, consider outsourcing web design.
|02-12-2013 09:09 PM|
Sick graphic on the twin tip, I would rock that.
What kind of camber profile on these boards?
|02-12-2013 09:07 PM|
I was always thinking this if i ever made snowboards, 4 boards and 4 shapes.
Pow: Swallow tail and a big nose. S-rocker with setback. Blunted nose in a weird shape
Freestyle: Camber and a weird tail and nose shape with like half moon, kind of like slash but more pronounced.
Freeride: Camber with Rocker in nose. Not as much as powder but enough to float in pow. Narrow waist and nose and tail looking like a square rocket? setback a little.
Carve: Long and really shallow radius. Flat tail with no curve in it... blunted nose.
All sintered and made in elan factory.
Im not sure why i wrote this but whatever.
|02-12-2013 08:42 PM|
Evening all, haven't been on the forum for a while but thought Id let you know that we are making boards up in Fall City, Wa. under the name Chair2 Snowboards. Nothing for sale yet so this is not a sales pitch but come check out the boards at our website at http://chair2snowboards.com/and let me know what you think.