Destroy the park, not the planet.
The jib-specific Niche Knew Snowboard is a lethal tool for assaulting rails—both in the park and in the urban landscape—but it is made with environmentally practices and materials that go easy on the environment around us. Of course, this Good Wood award-winner isn't just limited to sliding rails—a versatile profile and flex ensure you can still get some powder when the snow gods reward your local hill.
A flat profile provides the perfect medium between rocker and traditional camber, giving it enough pop and stability to go big off jumps and and hold an edge while charging steeps, while still keeping it forgiving enough to jib through the rail line in the park with. Hemp Hop stringers enhance pop and liveliness the same way carbon fiber does without using environmentally-destructive processes or toxic materials.
Snappy Sap bio-resin is more elastic than normal resin and has high-adhesion properties to prevent delamination, plus it's far less toxic. A sustainable wood core keeps the board lightweight and snappy, and a bevy of recycled materials, including the steel edges and ABS sidewalls, make the Knew the clear choice for the eco-conscious consumer.