This sounds crazy, but we realized something. Our success isn’t due to fancy packaging or expensive marketing – it is because our customers love their boards and couldn’t help but tell others about their experience. So, if our customers’ success stories were fueling our own, why not pay them for it?!
When you’re born and pass on we’re left with a – ( dash ). What that dash represents is everything we did, all the people we impacted, and the differences we help create. We we all blessed to have known Dustin. He was one of those once in a lifetime friends that made us all better, and pushed us to dream bigger. We carry on his legacy by continuing to fight the good fight.
We made this board to help Dustin and he wanted to it to be a camber early rise. It was his favorite profile of all the boards he rode. We sat down in late July to design the profile. He was excited, and wanted to ride it at Mt. Hood and around Utah. Sadly he passed in late August. I was so glad to see him, share some memories and laughs.
This board is dedicated to his memory. With proceeds to go towards helping his family. Lets shred for the cure. Thanks for reading and I’m wishing you a great, powder filled, healthy, and fun 2018-2019 season.
A while ago we asked how much it influenced your purchase decision if we brought back some manufacturing of boards back home to the US…..after receiving numerous yeses we decided to make a run of it. It won’t be an easy process, and we’ll start with higher end and work our way back.
In addition we asked how can we help the next generation learn these skills so we can make sure the future work force is better equipped to handle the demands. In that process we found a local high school and vocational school that offers composite programs. We look forward to doing more with them.
Finally we’re doing to discuss things like cancer and riding for the cure. After losing our close college and friend it really hit home. Then it got is thinking about more world wide issues in mountain towns like the rate of depression and suicide being so high in mountain towns. So we’re going to create a board to help raise awareness. There’s so many more issues like the decline of our sport or the ability of the average kid to get involved. We look forward to partnering with local clubs to help with that however we can.
Thanks for your support, no matter what boards you guys ride just get out there and shred. Much love – Jeff