Ex-pro snowboarder Colter Deupree breaks down his snowboard-inspired designs
If you were to walk into the shaping bay of pro snowboarder-turned-shaper Colter Deupree and pick up one of his boards, you might, just for a split second, believe you’re holding something made for carving down snow-covered mountains. That’s because Deupree’s shapes simulate the outline of a snowboard: they feature wide noses and tails, narrow centers, and inward sidecuts in the middle, all combined with the goal of creating a surfboard with easy glide and friction-free speed. Here, he breaks down recent updates he’s made to his left field designs.
How have you updated your models from last year?
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