ADDICT x C-LAW x ENDEAVOR SNOWBOARDS



Camo
Endeavor Snowboard Design is a Canadian snowboard company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Founded in 2002 by pro rider Max Jenke and Transworld Magazine staff photographer Scott Serfaswith the mission of making the best snowboards in the world. For the past eight years, Endeavor has been dedicated to bringing art to snowboard design, working with top artists from all over the world.

British streetwear brand ADDICT collaborated with fellow British designer C-LAW to design a range of snowboards with Endeavor Snowboard Design. There will only be seven boards available in a range of sizes and these will be sold from today through ADDICT by phone orders only.

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Complex Magazine: The 50 Greatest Snowboard Graphics of All Time



Which one’s your favourite?
The folks at Complex Magazine put together a definitive listing of the 50 greatest snowboard designs of all time. I’m sure this list could be different for everyone, but it’s nice to see the progression of design over the years both artistically and aesthetically. Head over to Complex and check out the list.

 
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Pirelli Pzero x Burton Snowboards



Burn Rubber.
For 2013 Burton snowboards will release a collaborative effort with Pirelli PZero, the fashion wing of Italian tire manufacturing giant Pirelli. The package will consist of Burton Ion Boots, Diode EST Bindings, and a special Burton Mystery board customized with collaborative graphics. Known for its extensive knowledge in the tire industry, Pirelli has developed a special rubber compound made specifically for the demands of snowboarding, which will be featured on the Ion boot. The boot also features special tread patterns designed for superior traction. These will be released in limited number at Burton Factory stores as well as the Pirelli Corso Venezia in Milan.

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Burton Snowboards History Wall



They used to make guns here
Burton Snowboards, being one of the main innovators and pioneers of snowboarding, has a rich history and heritage surrounding it as a company. Over the last 30+ years they have crafted the direction of snowboarding through their efforts in R&D and production, as well as through the development of the sport as a culture and lifestyle. This season Burton has introduced the History Wall, a microsite showcasing their board design throughout the years. From the Backhill in ’77 all the way to the current re-introduction of the Mystery, all of Burton’s design achievements can be seen chronologically through the History Wall microsite.

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Signal Snowboards Every Third Thursday



Pimp My Slide
Signal Snowboards is pushing the boundaries of board design with Every Third Thurday, a monthly web episode where new board concept and ideas are put together. Dave Lee and the crew at Signal prove that creativity has no limits, encorporating iPads, boomboxes, and whatever else they can think of into a board.

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Burton Chopper Star Wars Snowboard



Turn your kid into a snowboarding Jedi
Kids get all the cool stuff these days. Burton Snowboards have collaborated with Lucasfilm Ltd. to drop some Star Wars themed Chopper kids boards this season. There are eight different top sheet graphics in this series that were inspired by the movies. Get’em up before the creepy old dudes scoop them up for their basement collections.

 
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Lobster Snowboards



Rad Lobster.
Lobster Snowboards is new on the scene, an independent board company created by Hallador and Eiki Helgason. With a focus on Jib and Park riding, the boards have a unique shape, some interesting tech behind them, and a branding all their own. Some shops have even banned some of their boards based on the graphics, so you know they are definitely on to something! Peep Lobster’s website here.
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Mike Giant for Burton Snowboards



Nice Lines
Mike Giant has collaborated with burton snowboards this season, adding his classic line styling to the Bullet snowboard and the Spectre pipe glove. Check them out in full detail at Burton.com. More images after the jump.

 
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Burton x Hudson’s Bay Company Custom Board



Canadian Heritage
In a rather unusual move, not uncommon with collaborations these days, Burton Snowboards has teamed up with Canada’s oldest corporation, the Hudson’s Bay Company, to produce a limited edition version of the Custom. The board’s graphics are a direct translation of the signature HBC point blanket, which was introduced during the Canadian fur trade in 1780. For more information on the design, visit HBC’s heritage site here. The 158cm board can be purchased from Burton Flagship stores as well as the official HBC store for a retail cost of $795.

 

 
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Stussy x Daylife – XXX Snowboard



Worldwide
For their 30th anniversay, streetwear pioneers Stussy got together with Japanese snowboard brand Daylife to collaborate on a commemorative snowboard design. The board features all the design qualities you would come to expect from Stussy, along with an accompanying sleeve/bag to even out the set. The snowboard is available at all Stussy Japan chapter stores in limited quantities. More images after the jump.

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