Burton Mark XIII Cashmere Sweater

Posted on November 10, 2006 Under Fashion

This morning was one of those bitter cold, windy November-in-Colorado mornings. I sure wish I had one of these Burton Mark XIII Cashmere Sweaters for the walk to work. Talk about warmth-- these sweaters are made with 100% cashmere woven…

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Burton: Series 13

Posted on October 30, 2006 Under Design

Perhaps fitting for Halloween, Burton has updated their Series 13 website for the impending winter season. The leaders in cold weather extreme sports equipment, Burton has raised the bar with Series 13. The interactive site features a showcase of 13…

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Burton Japan

Posted on October 16, 2006 Under Fashion

This past weekend, Burton made the hordes of Japanese Shaun White fans jump for joy when they opened their first Japan store in Harajuku (known to be a swanky, trendy area of Tokyo). They issued this standard t-shirt/sticker gift ensemble…

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The iDiom Gray Scale Series

Posted on October 2, 2006 Under Fashion

For those who like to spend way too much money on your snowboard outerwear -- and like to be the the person who somehow (to the chagrin of his friends) gets his hands on the limited-quantity, boutique-y gear -- iDiom's…

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SkiGreen Challenge

Posted on March 1, 2006 Under Travel

Two nutty powder hungry friends of mine (Chris Brady and Reid Wegley) were recently challenged by Colorado Ski Country to ride and review all 25 Colorado ski resorts in their Passport to Ski Areas of Colorado guide before the end…

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Freebord Deck Design Contest

Posted on February 10, 2006 Under Design

First off, if you're not familiar with Freebord, check them out-- their futuristic-skateboard design is certifiably nuts and will change the art of summer riding forever. They're holding a 2006 Deck Design Contest with support from Snickers. The winners' art…

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NYC Burton Store

Posted on September 27, 2005 Under Travel

I stopped by the new Burton store this past weekend and NYC, and I was very pleased. It's so funny that it took a store this long to put proper 'in store testing' in place for their products. The only…

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Bamboo Snowboard

Posted on January 18, 2005 Under Design

The Dutch based company Indigo Snow has introduced the worlds first bamboo snowboard. The board is super light weight and made mostly of wood except for its carbon fiber reinforced core for added strength. Hefty price tag at $1,220--but what…

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Burton Liquid Lounger

Posted on November 22, 2004 Under Design

Burton has introduced the ultimate "anywhere, anytime entertainment" backpack. Equipped with a foldable metal chair for lounging as you listen to the built in stereo speakers, connected to your iPod or other MP3 player. Relax, mix yourself a drink, in…

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Burton Headphone Beanie

Posted on September 24, 2004 Under Gadgetry

I don't know how I feel about anyone snowboarding, or skiing wearing this. That sounds like a recipe for disaster on the slopes. For cruising around town, sitting in the back row of chemistry class, or anything else this Burton…

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