Park weapon specialists Ellis have been kicking around the LA scene for the last two seasons now, going form strength to strength. With the Supreme the guys at Ellis have created a super light high tech ride for taking your park and halfpipe riding to the next level. With a spec list that reads like a pro-rider’s wish list; packing Basalt Fibres, tip and tail Aluminium Honeycomb inserts and Ellis’s cutting edge Tri-comb core with Bamboo, Poplar and the mystery X-Wood you can be sure the Ellis Supreme will meet or exceed your expectations. Ellis have also introduced the Dip N’ Grip progressive tri-radial sidecut on the Supreme for increased traction and explosive pop in the pipe and off transitions.
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Not your typical 40oz.. Shake this one up and it probably won’t explode in your face. A mellow radial sidecut, soft buttery flex and a great price tag make the Ellis Street perfect for the park and your hidden street spot. Did I mention the cool beer inspired graphics making the Street probably the only board that won’t get smashed over your head in a hells angels bar in the rough side of Fresno.
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The Ellis Ecco snowboard is the eco-warriors shred stick, but you don’t have to be a soul surfing powder hippie living in a soap free community to ride this beauty. A Sustainable wood core which uses fast growing bamboo and Basalt fibres instead of energy hungry fibreglass, the Eecco is the board in Ellis range for those who care as much about the environment as they do about stomping that burly 30 step handrail.
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Cyber snowboard skills at the ready.. all you need now is the Ellis Bot to blow minds. Lightened up with Aluminium inserts at the tip and tail that’ll help you spin so hard that even without the a blue or red pill you’ll notice a disturbance in the Matrix. Neo ain’t got sh*t on you…. not at that price anyway!
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Think of the terrain park as your Canvas and your Ellis Canvas as your paint brush. Novice artists should apply their Ellis Canvas liberally all over the terrain park using a variety of butters, jibs and airborne tomfoolery to create a masterpiece. The perfect snowboard for everyone from beginners through to experienced female riders looking for a soft and forgiving board to style it from the street to the park.
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Nothing fancy, just reliable freestyle snowboarding for female snowboarders in an affordable and good looking package. With a 100% Canadian Poplar core, Rockwell forged stainless steel edges you know the Deco will take more than the occasional wall ride and double kink handrail, and with a predictable radial sidecut and a sintered base, run-ins will be fast and catch free.
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The Ellis Newberry is a juicy performer for progressive female riders. This no ordinary berry, the Newberry is jammed full of Basalt Fibres and a Bamboo, Poplar and X-wood core for the ultimate compromise between pop, weight and durability. A high spec twin for girls who kick it in the park.
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