Bean Commonwealth - 2010


Wealth isn’t necessary to get your mitts on the Commonwealth. All mountain versatility tested to destruction by the super tight Bean Snowboarding collective on the East Coast’s icy hills and terrain parks; the Commonwealth comes at a price that everyone can afford. Running a super fast sintered base on a carbon reinforced chassis, pop and edge control are provided by the wagon load and that’s without mentioning the hardened stainless steel edges.

Manufacturer's Description:

Bean Snowboarding (very clever) is a grassroots snowboard company in its’ rawest form. Consisting of Collin, Brian, Mike and Scott four riding buddies from Boston, Bean has been supporting the local scene since the company’s conception in summer 2006. Lovingly created by hand in a workshop that looks like your dad’s garage, Bean pride themselves on great craftsmanship, customer service and affordable prices.

The Commonwealth is just what the name suggests; it’s designed with everybody’s interest in mind. This IS the go-to board in our line for all conditions and terrain, be it park or pipe, scraping groomers or ripping bottomless pow turns, intermediate or advanced, this board will handle anything you can throw at it with style and grace!

Core:- Built on a directional twin chassis with a centered stance, our signature Popple Combo wood core uses multiple species of wood strategically arranged to put the pop and strength where it’s needed.

Carbon Reinforcement:- Laid up with Triax glass and a Carbon Fiber stringer as a backbone down the center of the board, you get a responsive yet buttery feel with superior snap in and out of turns and extra boost in the pop of your ollies.

Base:- The impact resistant Polyethylene sintered base comes standard and allows maximum Green Wax absorption while guaranteeing “first one to the bottom” speed.

Edge:-*New This Year* stainless steel edges mean no more rust after leaving your board in a bag or the back of the closet , but the hardness that means keeping a sharp edge through day after day of the harshest New England ice.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for halfpipe riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Medium cost $

Camber Construction.

Directional Twin Shape.

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
153, 157, 161

Riding Style: All Mountain


Twin Shape w/ directional reinforcement
Centered Stance
Popple Combo Wood Core
Triax Glass with Carbon Stringers
High Density Sintered PE Base
Stainless Steel Edges
1 Degree Edge Bevel
Camber (“if it aint broke and all…”)
Made In Boston, MA
Free Shipping

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Core boarder on October 08, 2009 at 01:41 PM

I’m stoked that small/core companies like Bean are pushing out decks…..if you live on the East Coast you gotta support brands like this!


Caleb on October 18, 2013 at 11:56 AM

Looking for some more detail on how this board rides. Trying to find a snappy all mountain board with an aggressive lively feel to it. I would love to support a local company if it rides well and the quality is there. Would also like to carry their boards in our shop if they perform.