Snowboard Iskola

Justin Clark, known ubiquitously in the snowboard community as J Stone, who is an engineer at K2 snowboards, sat down with a snowboard podcast called The Bomb Hole to discuss snowboard technology and the use of gender neutral snowboards and other winter sports gear. It is a good question to ponder: are women's models and men's models of snowboards necessary? Definitely got me thinking.

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