The big mountain boss. In a word… FAST. Goes where you want it to go before you know you want it to go there. Stiff, extra glass, rubber dampening, radial side cut, Electra 4K graphite base. Weston uses Karakoram split hardware.
|Poplar/Bamboo/Paulownia||P-Tex 5920 Electra Graphite Sintered||UVR 200||
Full camber is back! The Dream Machine will lay trenches on the mountain with complete rider control. Graphics represent a collage of Vail Valley mountain lifestyle activities from the photography talents of Bjorn Bauer. Sexy gloss finish will stand out on the snow and in the air. Available as a splitboard in 152 and 161. Weston uses Karakoram split hardware.
|Poplar/Bamboo||P-Tex 3000||UVR 200||
Full camber is back! The Dream Machine will lay trenches on the mountain with complete rider control. The Graphics are an inspired vision from artist and singer-songwriter Lindsey Vona. The beautiful gloss finish will stand out on the snow and in the air.
|Poplar/Bamboo||P-Tex 3000||UVR 200||
The Weston flagship. The TIMBER is our All- Mountain board that’s ready for all conditions. Twin tip, center rocker with camber under feet and lightly rockered in the tip and tail. It’s flexible poplar wood core makes it a playful ride, with quick response and great pop. Maple wood veneer top sheet. The TIMBER is an all-around utility board.
This product will not function without the purchase of cartridge and can be purchased with this product. Cartridge is $175 plus tax.
The very compact, impact-resistant Pulse Barryvox Avalanche Beacon packs a punch with serious efficiency and high-tech function for a day of backcountry fun and peace of mind when traveling in avalanche-prone terrain. This ultra-capable device combines analog and digital with three antennas for massive range in a search. The fully graphic LCD display shows you all you need to know. In the event of a multiple burial, it shows victims and marks them or unmarks them as found. In Basic profile the device always searches for the strongest signal. In the Advanced profile, it searches based on distance and survivability criteria. Movement detectors analyze and transmit vital data from victims. When all victims have been detected, this beacon automatically switches to transmit mode. Also, it switches if the rescuer if buried in a secondary slide. Use the W-:Link to configure or update on a scalable software platform. This enables simple fleet management. Clear user navigation is intuitive for ease of use. The device can test your group and automatically tests yourself before heading out. There's a headphone connection, too, if you prefer to use that to check audio indicators. Heck, this device even speaks eight different languages.
Beacon features like effective multiple burial recognition and W-Link have gotten a lot of play recently, often overshadowing what might still be a transceiver's most important feature: range. With the 60m search bandwidth of the Neo Avalanche Beacon, Arva is putting the focus back on signal distance, without foregoing other seriously important beacon technologies.
Having a beacon is no guarantee of backcountry safety, and having an increased range doesn't change that. What range can do is save you some of the back-and-forth searching that comes with shorter-range beacons and large, spread-out debris fields, shaving valuable minutes off of search times and potentially saving lives. The Neo achieves its field-leading range by ensuring that two of its three antennas possess virtually equal receiving power, which ensures a stronger signal reception than traditional beacons, which rely primarily one one antenna to receive distant signals and only engage multiple antennas when you begin to zero in on your target.
The Neo isn't a one-trick range-pony, either. Group check mode indicates if your partners' beacon is transmitting correctly, before heading out. It also has the ability to recognize and flag up to four burials, while indicating if there are more, and a U-turn alarm that indicates if you are moving away from a burial during a search. The Neo is prepared for secondary slides, too, as it has a timer that will automatically switch the beacon back to transmit mode after a given amount of time, ensuring that a searcher will not get buried and have a beacon that's stuck in search mode. It won't replace training and sound decision-making, but the Neo has the tools to help bail you out in a serious backcountry emergency.
In 2012 Weston Snowboards chose the small Colorado mountain community of Minturn to serve as our home base and factory showroom. Our front door is within shouting distance of Vail’s legendary side country run, “The Minturn Mile”. Being in the mountains is not only good for our soul, it gives us a unique connection to the riders we serve. Every day provides our team a special opportunity to listen, respond and participate with a collective community of riders that love being outside. Our hope is to create products that enable people to experience nature in a way that changes them forever. Learn more...
The Path Of The Puma - Told by Weston Snowboards rider Rafael Pease, this story describes the day-by-day events Pease experienced during his 13-day adventure in Patagonia where he set out to find winter, to find himself and to summit several volcanos. _______________________________ - “Patagonia and volcanos are equally unpredictable, powerful, mysterious and breathtaking.” -Rafael Pease This story and this trip are the result of my need to explore both geographical features. Sadly the central area of Chile hasn’t seen a snowflake since who knows when. It’s dry everywhere at the base of the Les 3 Vallees to the Giants at 6,000 meters/20,000 feet, deep in the Andes. Fortunately, by the time I made it back to the central area,...