K2 Snowboarding Presents “Our Backyard” Teaser

Snowboarding is passion, snowboarding is inspiring and creative; it’s high fives and powder mustaches. Many of the best days to be had are in white out conditions, in the heart of the storm, yet fully comforted by the solitude of the trees. This is snowboarding in the Pacific Northwest, in our own backyard. 

The true beauty of snowboarding, though, is that every person has they’re unique outlook and whether your backyard is Mt. Baker or a golf course in West Virginia we encourage you to explore that territory and reacquaint yourself with the comfort that snowboarding brings. The friendships that it strengthens and the excitement it instills.

Follow along as we portray our season every other Tuesday from now until the start of January. This is “Our Backyard,” where’s yours?

K2 Our Backyard Trailer from Nate Laverty on Vimeo.

AirBlaster Stay Wild Wednesday with Dirks, Lynch and Eddy at Mt Baker

We guarantee that its not always pretty, but when you’re snowboarding with your friends its always a blast! Mt. Baker “Bails and Fails” with Ben Lynch, Nick Dirks,Tim Eddy, Max Warbington and Ninja Suit rider Tucker Andrews!



Pow and Chow ep.1 “Truck Yeah” – shredding Mt. Baker and living in the Parking lot

Tim Eddy’s Pow and Chow Episode #1 “Truck Yeah” takes you to Mt. Baker for powder snowboarding, truck camping, and one pot meals.


Tim Eddy “Pow and Chow” teaser to the webisode series coming this season

Tim Eddy is presenting new webisode series for this winter featuring two things you love most, pow and chow. Here is a short taste of what you can expect from Pow and Chow!


Tim Eddy for “Ransack Rebellion”

Prolific propellor of powder and Pizza Party proprietor, Tim Eddy gets down with two thumbs way up.

Dangerzone “Grabistory” with Tim Eddy

Went up on the mountain and caught some air, grabbed my board, tweaked out, and had a blast with some friends. Here’s a video from the day.

Dangerzone Season 3 Episode 14- “Grabistory” from Nick Visconti on Vimeo.

Party On,
Tim Eddy

Splitboarding Safari on the Panoramic Splitboard

There’s nothing like some spring time splitboarding adventures in your local mountains. Enjoy this little video and get out on some mountain tops! -Tim

K2 Panoramic Splitboard COMPLETE!

Quick low down on the NEW K2 Panoramic Splitboard

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For 2011 we are introducing the Panoramic Splitboard complete with Voile splitkit, binding plates and integrated K2 custom skins.

K2 Snowboarding was born in America’s Pacific Northwest mountains in 1987. This season, the brand goes deeper into the backcountry with the new Panoramic split board. K2’s first split board is fortified with an indestructible, lightweight Bambooyah Blend core that comes with a 2-year warranty. Bambooyah features a bamboo-ply construction similar to a skateboard deck with crazy durability yet delivers pop and energy like no other.

Features

  • Integrated skins
  • Voile split kit
  • Ptex top sheet – no more snow sticking
  • K2 All-Terrain Rocker – slight early lift in the tip and tail and flat under foot


Sizes

154, 158, 162, and 168

Pricing

K2 Panoramic Complete: $899.95
K2 Panoramic [board only] $599.95

Tim Eddy – Panoramic Splitboarding Video

Splitboarding powpow!

Yesterday was a glorious day of splitboarding, powder snow, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, beautiful scenery, oh and more powder snow. This is one of Tahoes many peaks that are easily accessible via splitboard(the best invention since pizza). Hope you enjoy this video of a most excellent day! -Tim

PowPow from Tim Eddy on Vimeo.

Backyard Boardin!

Splitboarding has changed my life. It’s the best invention since snow….oh and pizza. It turns snowboarding into even more of an adventure. It’s not all about the decent (although that will always be the best part), its about being outside in the mountains and soaking in mother natures finest. I’ve been splitboarding almost everyday for the past week and it just keeps getting better and better. There’s endless opportunities and a lifetime of self propelled slashin and bashin. You can literally do it from your front door…here’s a little video from my front door the other day. Enjoy -Tim Eddy

Backyard Boardin! from Tim Eddy on Vimeo.