The Big Chief is ideal for the rider that:
Not for the feint of heart. Standing high, looking down on gnarly lines that would make lesser chiefs think twice. The Big Chief will take care of you. Don’t worry bout a thing, point it.
This directional charger has stiff ﬂex pattern and rubber dampening for those truly big lines. An aggressive radial sidecut holds an edge on even the hardest of conditions and the super fast P-tex 4000 Elektra base keeps you ﬂying.
The Logger is ideal for the rider that:
The Logger is different than the rest. The Logger locks on to anything under its foot. Rides like the O.G.’s of the loggers with that new school ride-it-ALL culture. They will build it up in the middle of the nowhere and stomps off like a boss. This unique board was carries the longstanding heritage of riding natural features in Beaver Creek, CO. The Logger’s new “ﬂat-camber” proﬁle is 95% ﬂat on the base creating a strong locked in feel and consistency that is a necessity on natural and park features.
The Range is ideal for the rider that:
The Range gradually rises from the mellow valley to piercing sharp peaks. Designed by Weston team rider and local legend, Joe Otremba, this board combines camber between your feet with an early rise nose and tail in a centered twin profile with a multiple-radius sidecut. This “camber-you-can-use” profile puts the control between your feet and gives you float outside to form our most versatile twin shape. This board excels in all conditions from hard-pack to deep powder.
The Timber is ideal for the rider that:
Timber is strong and versatile. Anything can be done with timber. Our most popular all around board is a must to have in your quiver or a great board to start building one. Twin tip, center rocker with camber under feet and lightly rockered in the tip and tail. It’s mid flex from poplar wood core makes it a playful ride, with quick response and great pop. The Timber is an all-around utility board.
$ 199.00 $ 300.00
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FROM BACKCOUNTRYMAGAZINE.COM BY ALEX SHOWERMAN APRIL 26, 2016 I first met Mason Davey, co-owner of Weston Snowboards, on a bootpack out to the Jackson Hole backcountry. I happened to be on one of his Backwoods snowboards, testing it during the Jackson Hole PowWow, a powderboard test where board shapers get together and compare notes on unique shapes. It was through our chat on the flanks of a mountain that I learned about Mason’s backstory. It immediately spoke to me, as it wasn’t too different from my own. A young gun moves to the big city to do what society really expects him to do—chase money and climb the ladder of success—only to learn that this path is terrible for mental and...