Stepchild Snowboards 2009-2010
04 Mar, 2009
From the catalog to the names of the snowboards, it’s very clear that Stepchild is all about snowboarding and not taking things too seriously. Seven years of being in business, Stepchild is still a small independent snowboard company that has been admired for doing what they do. While catalogs may be full of bullshit, reading Stepchild’s catalog you may laugh, you may cry but you feel like you are being told honest feelings from a company. The best part is that green to them is just a color.
Stepchild’s Chi Borg will feature rocker but it varies by size. The 148cm will feature 4mm of rocker, the 153cm will feature 6mm of rocker and the 156cm will feature 8mm of rocker.
I still have yet to try a Stepchild, it’s definitely a brand I want to try especially some of the boards they put out so hopefully this year I can get on one.
Stepchild Everything Sucks aka Powder Sucks and Latchkey-Ripper
Everything Sucks (149, 152, 152mw, 155, 155mw, 158cm)
Latchkey Ripper (144, 148, 153, 156, 159cm)
Left to Right
Simon Chamberlain Pro Model
JP Walker Pro Model
Base of Harlequin
Left to Right
OG Powder aka the Fergusson Flyer (153, 157, 159, 164cm)
Simon Chamberlain Pro Model (153, 156cm)
JP Walker Pro Model (138, 147, 151, 154, 157cm)
Jib Stick: Reverse Camber and availalbe with or without RETT (148, 153, 156cm)
Corporate (148, 155, 158.5mw, 158.5, 162.5cm)
Stepchild Chi Borg and Moustache Rider
Chi Borg (152, 155, 158cm)
Moustache Rider (146,149,152cm)
In this photo on the right you can see the base of the Harlequin (women’s entry level board)
Even though the Harlequin is not pictured, the sizes are 146, 149, 152cm.
The ThirtyTwo-Stepchild Collaboration board also not pictured comes in 152, 155cm.