Stepchild Everything Sucks - 2010


The winner of a prestigious Transworld Good Wood award. The Everything Sucks is a park and rail dedicated board with biaxial glass and a forgiving flex. For those who love to spend all day in the park because ‘Powder Sucks!’

Manufacturer's Description:

There are a lot of things in snowboarding that suck. To name a few: road trip farts, blown knees, guys that wear nail polish, corporations claiming to be “core”, the word “core”, industry bitches, green washing, rain, ski resort marketing, and another company in snowboarding that used the whole powder sucks theme. If you look closely on this board you will find many more things that suck so try not to read it when you are riding or you’ll hit a tree-hopefully you’ll just hit a stupid team manager.

The True Twin shaping with the Kicker I Core makes this one of the easiest boards to ride in our line. Its got a forgiving flex pattern with pre cured biaxial glass and a glossy top sheet. We added a mid-wide 152 and 155 board to this series. The 12 inserts per foot gives this board a variety of stance options.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for rail riding High cost snowboard Available in MidWide Camber construction Twin shape

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
149, 152, 155, 158, 152mW, 155mW

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Kicker I Core
Extruded base
Smooth “Soft Belt Base” finish – Pre waxed
Lightweight biax glass
12pac inserts per foot
Non-Stick UV Lacquer coating with Silver flakes
Twin shape

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Stepchild Everything Sucks

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What colour is powder?

Stefan Peters on December 31, 2009 at 04:22 AM

Got one of these sticks for the starting season, what can i say… SUPER GNAR!, this thing not only looks sexy but it pops like a mofo out of anything, when it comes to jibbing its pretty gnar to it aint no reversed but chamber but i sure as hell give it props. Im riding a 152 ATM which does really well overall even in deep snow just gotta keep that lean back on the go. But overall rating for this board i give it a 10/10 hands down. Reasons why? Stepchild is a true core snowboard company that hasn’t sold out to some lame ass company’s like Ride and DC all in one corporation with K2, 2. it can take anything you throw at it with ease, 3. You can still butter up your muffins like no tomorrow, 4. Shes go tons of pop and not to mention its decently light making it easy for spinning, and the last reason.. Stepchild is one of the best companys in snowboarding today hands down.

cameron on July 31, 2010 at 06:48 AM

i love it, its the best board i’ve ever had by far, from big air jumps to jibbin its the perfect board pops nice, stepchild is #1 in my book