Parts and Labor Snowboard Only Show

2017 2018 new snowboarding gear preview: Parts & Labor Show

Change was in the air on January 26th,2017 when we dropped by to check out the Parts & Labor Snowboard Only Show, 2017-2018 new snowboarding gear preview.  It was a different scene than SIA and felt more cozy with an edge to it, the space was industrial and felt raw and fun.  We were stoked to see the set up and looked forward to checking out the finished space the next day.

Parts and Labor was a success in bringing back what snowboarding is about, independence, and trying something new.  There were some standout boards in our eyes from Franco Snowshapes, United Shapes and also some silliness from Wi-Me Snowboards. We enjoyed what the P&L team put together and hope to be a part of the Parts & Labor Snowboard Only event next year!Parts and Labor Snowboard Show

Check out the Galleries below from some of the brands at the show and a few throwbacks to the roots of snowboarding.

Parts and Labor Snowboard Show

Gallery One: Academy Snowboarding, Avalon7, Bataleon Snowboarding, Degenerati Snowboarding, Endeavor, Franco Snowshapes, and Grassroots

Parts and Labor Snowboard Show
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Academy Snowboards
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Academy Snowboards
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Avalon7
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Avalon7
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Bataleon Snowboards
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Bataleon Snowboards
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Degenerati Snowboards
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Endeavor Snowboards
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Franco Shapes
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Franco Shapes
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Franco Shapes
Parts and Labor Snowboard Show Franco Shapes

 

Gallery Two:  HighTide MFG, Jones Snowboards, Lobster Snowboards, mtn sht stick, Nightmare Snowboards, Olive, OriginSnow, and a few throwback boards from the roots of snowboarding.

 

Gallery Three: PowderJet, Public Snowboards, RAT CHEESE WAX, Shred Soles Insoles, Sims Snowboards, Stepchild, Templeton Outerwear, United Shapes, Wi-Me Snowboards, and a few throwbacks to the roots of snowboarding.

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