Day: August 16, 2018

Aspecto de una tabla de Splitboard

Review de la Splitboard Sunnmore por Pablo Urrea.

Pablo Urrea born in Huesca (Spain) but Canadian in adoption has been linked all his life to the snow. At first he began his journey in the Catalan Pyrenees to later go to the Oscense Pyrenees. At the moment he is doing what he calls living in the Wild Canada, more specifically in the region of British Columbia where he practices what he likes most, splitboarding. Here it is the review that have done of our Sunnmore splitboard. After having ridden with her during an intense month of February in…


The limits of splitboard are in the mountains.

Examples that the limits of the splitboard are in the terrain, that is to say in the mountain, there are many. This time we come with the Mendi-rider Txema, who with his enthusiasm, his passion, his good work and his 120kg there is nothing that stands in the way of enjoying a good day of splitboard with his Splitboard Mendiboard Zenith 161. If the snow and the mountain allow it, there will be tightening strong Zenith 161 splitboard to get the most out of his day of splitboarding. Big Txema, BIG…