Weekend Snowboards 2011-2012

07 Mar, 2011


Weekend covets snowboards instead of thinking of them as commodities and limits the number of snowboards they produce each season which mean when you see a Weekend snowboard you really notice it.  Each year the boards are built in Austria and they only offer a limited number of boards per size, per model.  Each board is hand numbered and you have a fraction of something rare.

For 2012, Weekend offers a selection of options.  Traditional camber comes on the Good Life, Hypershred and Comfort Cruiser.  Flapjack (flat profile) comes on the hypershred.  Continuous Reverse Camber for added float in deep powder and camber for groomed runs, comes on the Good Life.  Smorgasbord which has flat between the bindings, reverse camber outside of the bindings comes on the comfort cruiser.

Weekend The Good Life by Heikki Sorsa

Tip to Tail 100% poplar wood core, triax glass for maximum flexibility, kevlar reinforcement beams for torsional strength, full wrap edges, 4×2 insert pattern, structurn base, bomb proof ABS sidewalls, available in traditional camber or 6mm continuous reverse camber.  Graphics by Sean Barnhart

Sizes:  153, 155, 157

Weekend Hypershred by Eddie Wall

Full length aspen/poplar blend core, triax glass on top for torsion, biax on the bottom for flex, full wrap edges, 4×2 insert pattern, structurn base, rail resistant ABS sidewalls, available in traditional camber and flapjack camber.

Sizes:  148, 154, 156

Up close look at the Hypershred graphics and limited edition weekend out of 150.

Weekend Comfort Cruiser

Aspen/poplar blend wood core, triax glass on top for torsion, biax on bottom for flex, fully wrapped edges, 4×2 insert pattern, structurn base, ABS sidewalls, available in traditional camber or smogasbord flat/reverse combo.  Graphics by Michael Hsiung

Sizes:  148, 154, 157

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From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

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1 Comment

  1. March 08, 2011

    Oh I love the one with the net and a duck in the bottle! So awesome! thanks for sharing!