The 420

Since introducing the 420 a couple years ago, we’ve received a steady stream of testimonials from people that were literally blown away from their experience.No bullshit – this board will shatter your long-held beliefs of what a snowboard can do or even what length you should be riding.

Super short, the 420 plays with volume distribution and get its float and stability from the exaggerated width, a little taper and a custom crafted base profile.The outline and base-surface area of the 148 is equal to a traditional 158 cm board and therefore has similar float and stability. But with all the mass located closer to your feet, it’s far more maneuverable in the trees and way easier to spin. Because we don’t get carried away with taper, swallowtails or overly setback stances, the board also rides switch and holds amazingly well on hardpack.

  • RIDERS: Anyone with an open mind and a desire to fly
  • LENGTHS: 148, 152
  • SHAPE: Directional Weird
  • OUTLINE: Radial Tapered
  • FLEX: 3.5/5
  • BASE PROFILE: PowRock 6-0-2
  • CORE: Weightless Core
  • GLASS: Triax
  • BASE MATERIAL: Sintered Spec



Inspired by Steve Lis, and the revolution that occurred when kneeboards influenced surfboard design. Powder is all about speed and flotation. Displacement of a board’s volume is affected by more than just length. With the 420 for example, we’re able to get the stability and float normally associated with much longer boards by punching out the waist width and drastically chopping the length. The148 for example has the same circumference and base surface as a traditional 160 but it’s mass is located much closer to your feet resulting more maneuverability and far less swing weight A slight taper (12mm) helps keep the nose up without loosing the tail’s ability to hold in hardpack. Stance is only slightly set back from center of effective edge because the difference in nose and tail shovel keeps you from going over the nose.