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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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So now that SIA is over...

when does info on the new boards hit the net? I know the jones website is up and running now but just wondering about the others. Got nothin else on the net to look up =P
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August-September is usually when sites go up and sometimes mags will preview select products for next season...but there will be bloggers that will leak pics and "info" aka worthless opinions as soon as SIA starts.
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^^^Ha! That's funny cause it's true. I went yesterday, pretty slow as most of the booths have done their sales for the year.

A few stand outs. The snowboard "strapper". A freaking snurfer strap for when you are skating. Kind of funny. Then there was matrix, or Matix binders, wish I took a picture of those. Freakin' huge, it's like a full suspension binder. I should have talked to them about the idea behind it. Did I mention that they were enormass?

Raw (100?) energy bars were actually a decent surprise. Supposedly they don't freeze. The main thing with energy bars are taste and these were pretty good in a natural foods, granola, sort of way. Not crunch though, soft. Not sure what their standards are, for all I know they were pumped full of chemicals, but it didn't seem that way. I just know they tasted pretty good. I am going to keep my eye out for these and give them a try for my bc riding.
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Manic snow. No pictures of their product. Not a surprise. It's out there. Maybe it's awesome for park riding, but I wasn't getting that vibe either...
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