quik2.jpgWas it 10 years ago or more that Quiksilver first tried to make and sell snowboards?

Well as we annouced and showed you in our Emeric Front itw, Quiksilver has revealed it’s 07/08 snowboard range at ISPO.
Older riders might recognise the “cross and skull” logo that QS used already on their first boards years ago.
The industry giant takes full advantage of it’s new production facilities in Europe to come up with a short board range which looks particularly well finished.
The question is: who will ride these babies next season?

Next season, 3 new boards will be available : The LABS (Limited Art Board Series) – The concept is to give a platform to artists from the board sport culture to display their works of Art. Collectable editions, released on a limited run of 100 boards. Numbered and signed. Each board purchased is delivered in a flight case with the original artwork. “The LABS will be available in art galleries, niche snowboard shops and through internet auctions. Andy Howell is the first artist to present his arts for the first three seasons.”

The Organica – Fredrik Austbo & Emeric Front have worked with Stephane Radiguet to develop this new allmountain board (available sizes : 154-158-162-166).

The LRS (Little Ripper Series) – a complete package (board/bindings/boots) for kids (available sizes : 120-130-140-150-155-155wide-160)

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Organica in the back (black top) & LRS in the front (white top)

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