Does special blend still exist?
We just heard the sad news that Burton, who own ‘The Program’ brands of Forum, Foursquare and Special Blend, has decided it will “exit out of The Program brands in winter 2014”. With no plans to sell the companies, it looks a near certainty that these brands are headed for the Great Trashow Hall in the Sky.
Who started Forum snowboards?
Forum snowboards was first started by Four Star Distribution and pro snowboarder Peter Line in the summer of 1996. On July 15, 2004 Forum was bought by Burton Snowboards.
Who owns special blend?
As of 2009, Burton owned ten companies that sold snowboards, outerwear, and shoes: R.E.D, Gravis, Anon, Analog, Forum, Special Blend, Foursquare, Jeenyus, and, most recently, Channel Islands. In 2008, Burton began to make surfboards in Vermont.
What is golf business forum?
We connect and inspire the diverse range of golf businesses, industry organisations and commercial partners that delight Australia’s 3.2M golf participants. As the name suggests, Golf Business Forum is all about the business of golf.
Is this the future of snowboard design?
Snowboard design has evolved a lot over the past few seasons. Directional shapes are no longer the preserve of dedicated powder boards – in fact many all-mountain models are losing that classic twin-tip look as riders realise the benefit of a silhouette that’s slightly biased towards your regular stance. The Venus is one such example.
What is the best snowboard to buy 2020?
Best Snowboards 2020-2021 Salomon Dancehaul (Unisex) – Best All-Mountain Snowboard K2 Alchemist – Best Men’s Freeride Snowboard Gnu Barrett – Best Women’s Freeride Snowboard
What type of snowboard should I get?
Freestyle snowboards and All-mountain snowboards usually have a softer flex. They are more forgiving and easier to turn. Soft flex boards are great for beginners. Freeride snowboards and Powder snowboards usually have a stiffer flex. They provide a better edge hold and are more stable at higher speeds.