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If Captain Planet were a jib rat, he'd ride the Know.

The Niche Knew Snowboard combines eco-friendly construction with a super-jibby design for next-level fun on park jibs, street rails, and backyard boxes. Every aspect of the Knew is designed to minimize environmental impact, from the recycled sidewall, base, and laminate materials to the sustainably-farmed wood core and HempHop stringers. On top of all that, it's got a soft flex and flat profile that pops off lips, locks into rails, and won't hang up during squirrely landings
  • Flat profile offers great balance during slides and presses, plenty of pop, and fewer edge hangups
  • HempHop stringers replace non-sustainable carbon for improved ollie power
  • Magma Fiber basalt replaces traditional fiberglass for a damper, lighter, and less-toxic laminate
  • Snappy Sap Bio-Resin is made from reclaimed paper and bio-fuel industry wastes for great bonding with fewer harmful chemicals during construction
  • Sustainably farmed poplar wood core is poppy, light, and earth-conscious
  • Partially-recycled extruded base is tough as nails and easy to repair

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Unanswered Question

How is this board compared to 2011 rome...

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How is this board compared to 2011 rome garage rocker? I love the garage rocker but its a bit unstable at high speeds.

5 5

Park Killer

For all around jib destruction and buttery fun, The Knew is the way to go. Hands down one of the best flat camber boards around. It's dampness and stability at any speed is what really makes this board stand out among the rest.
the best thing about this board? Instead of using fiberglass, this board uses Basalt in its construction. Not only is it lighter and stronger, but basalt repels water instead of absorbing it. What does this mean for you? Boards Delaminating are a thing of the past, kid!

add that to the feeling of knowing you have one of the most eco-friendly snowboards in the market under your feet equal up to some good times on the mountain.

buy this board. You won't regret it.

HANDRAIL

HANDRAIL

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great board for the east coast parks!

hiking with my niche

hiking with my niche

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krew k slims and volcom shooting stone jacket all bought on dogfunk! thanks for a great set up guys

LOVE THIS BOARD

LOVE THIS BOARD

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great board, not super noodly but not super stiff, i rode my friends flow era and they have the same feeling. i ride k2 auto bindings and this board is just great!

Board Review: Knew

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On a trip to Bear this past spring we scored a few precious minutes of shred time with team rider Todd Robertson, who gave us the lowdown on our jib board, the Knew.

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5 5

good solid park deck

The Knew is Niche's park deck. Its labeled as soft but its park soft not urban soft so dont expect a noodle. Best attribute of the Knew is how damp of a ride it gives despite being a park board... in fact Im 6'1 and over 200lbs and was able to ride the 152 at Snowbird in the spring. A fun a durable board the only downside is its extruded base which keeps it a bit slower than some of its counterparts. Reminds me of boards like Capitas Indoor Survival and Rides Machete.. youll love this board!

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how would you say it compares flex wise to the Forum Scallywag? obvious camber differences aside.

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I was told that the niche knew was a really...

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I was told that the niche knew was a really stiff park board by someone who tried it last year. he was about 6ft and 200 lbs but youguys say it has a soft flex....? do you know what flex rating it has from a 1-10? thanks

Kyle Loots Rail Sesh 2

Kyle Loots Rail Sesh 2

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Niche Snowboards team rider Kyle Loots hitting some urban features on the Knew.

Photo: Mike Trudeau

Kyle Loots Rail Sesh

Kyle Loots Rail Sesh

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Niche Snowboards team rider Kyle Loots getting ready to hit some urban features on the Knew.

Photo: Mike Trudeau

Tony Hagedorn with the Knew

Tony Hagedorn with the Knew

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Niche Snowboards team rider Tony Hagedorn hiking in the Brighton backcountry with the Knew.

Casey Nelson with the Knew

Casey Nelson with the Knew

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Niche Snowboards team rider Casey Nelson with the Niche Knew.