The OG ... since two-thousand-three.
No gangster and no gun in this venture, just the Signal OG Series Snowboard; the original beacon of hope to riders looking for an alternative mass-produced corporate sticks. Dave Lee isn't just an icon because of his years as a pro, he's started making snowboards to pay for his shred-addiction and uses the experience and knowledge to design and build playful performance snowboards. The OG is the original design that doesn't need to change—it's a lightweight directional-freestyle board ready to shred wherever you feel like riding.
- Hand-painted/silkscreened topsheet makes each one unique
- 151cm offered in Matt Hammer colorway
- 153cm offered in Chris Dufficy colorway
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Signal Duff OG
I have recently purchased this board for the second half of the 10/11 season. Great Speed + handling. extremlly light. i would recomend this purchase
This Board Says It All
I've never seen or read much about Signal. - these guys make a SICK board!! The 157 OG is the best freestyle board I have ever ridden, and at 39 years old I've ridden everything. Perfect waist width, great sidecut, and the biggest pop I have ever seen.This thing is a step up from the original K2 cambered Believer which won top position in Good Wood a few years back. I had read some old reviews on the web that this board chattered at speed, well not this updated version, it rips.I just bought three of these in case anything happens to this company or their OG board design.This is the perfect board.
Hey im looking to buy my first board as...
Hey im looking to buy my first board as im off to canada to work and go snowboarding, ive only snowboarded for about 2 weeks and im wondering if this is a good board to get my skills good and then progress my skill level further, if anyone can help that would be awesome!
Hi Jakob if your looking for your first board i would go with a soft forgiving board. And a twin board might not even be a horrible idea well your trying to figure out wither your goofy or regular. I would look more at a park style board even if you don't plan to be in the park much because they will be easier for you to learn on and be a little easier on your wallet as well. You also might think about a board with a reverse camber or rocker because these type of boards cut down on edge catching witch when your learning might not be a bad thing. I would check these boards out if i were you.....
And take a good look at the Forum Holy Molly board it has forums combo-platter witch is a traditional camber with raised edges to cut down on edge catching i think that it would be the best board for the job