More versatile than Option give it credit for, the Influence is a great budget freestyle run-around. Fun on kickers and rails and lively through the turns. It’s got it’s faults, but you won’t get much better for your money.
Read full Snowboard Review review of the Option Influence (Gnomes) 2010 Snowboard.
Beginners and intermediates with low cash reserves look no further. The Option Logic is a directional snowboard with a medium longitudinal flex and a soft torsional flex, providing plenty of pop and stability at speed but easy initiation into and out of turns.
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An entry level freestyle board for women ready to start hitting boxes and kickers in the park. A soft and forgiving torsional flex for building confidence and a centred stance.
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An affordable beginners board designed for the lighter frame of a women rider. Soft biaxial glass, a mellow side cut and an easy to maintain base make the Option Vega perfect for girls looking for a board they can learn on and ride confidently as they progress.
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Jordan Mendenhall’s pro model, with a 4 degree park bevel, soft twin flex, fat edges and retro skateboard graphics, the Option Motive is a dream park and rail ride. Oh and add a 7200 grade sintered base for instant acceleration.
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The winner of a Transworld Good Wood award last year, the Mirror is the perfect ride for advanced park riders who like to get technical on boxes, but also want a snowboard that enables them to step it up to bigger kickers. Featuring an extruded base for 09/10 instead of sintered for ease of repair and durability for those street rail sessions. The Mirror has a softer torsional flex than the Franchise.
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Whistler legend Kevin Sansalone’s board renamed and beefed up for another year in the Option stable. An all-mountain freestyle snowboard with a medium torsional and longitudinal flex, perfect for throwing the underflip you’ve been thinking about all week into waist deep powder. Best suited to advanced riders eyeing up big park and backcountry kickers.
Read full Snowboard Review review of the Option Franchise 2010 Snowboard.
The Redline has been around for years! And for good reason, the Redline gives you the tools to ride everything confidently on the mountain, from terrain park to fresh powder runs and backcountry kickers. 4 week rider to seasoned shredder, everyone will enjoy riding the Redline.
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An all-mountain snowboard with a heavy freeride bias. Carbon triax provides plenty of grip during high velocity carves and a high grade sintered base make sure it won’t be speed that you’re lacking when you’re firing down the mountain.
Read full Snowboard Review review of the Option Signature 2010 Snowboard.
Surf’s up dudes! There’s no better place to surf than Hawii’s infamous North Shore. With faux surf style graphics (fins included) and bamboo rails, tapered shape and a rockered profile, you can be sure there aren’t many boards that will be as easy and fun to ride in the steep and deep as Option’s North Shore.
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Take the Vinson, soften up the flex a little, but retain the freeride directional shape and all of the top-notch materials and technology, ‘et voila!!!’ the Project!
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The Option Vinson has a softer nose for float in powder, firm torsional and stiff longitudinal flex and a stiff and poppy tail making it perfect for freeride charging. Tons of technology crammed into a freeride classic!
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