2020/21 Weston Splitboards are available now at Mont online and in-store!
Founded in and operated from snowy Colorado, Weston has been “building bomber snowboards, splitboards & skis, loving Mother Earth, fostering community, supporting important causes, spreading backcountry education, dirt bagging, slaying pow, and chasing freedom since 2012.”
Testing every model deep in the demanding backcountry of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, all their gear is designed and built to last, and that’s proven with a four-year warranty. We aren’t the only ones convinced about their boards; take a look at the awards they have received.
Weston has always rejected the ‘shrink it and pink it’ approach taken for Women's gear by many other brands. They make the same level of world-class gear for women as they do for men. Mont’s splitboarding staff views reinforce this: the Weston range of women’s backcountry splitboards, and men's for that matter, are the best in the business. And like we always say, the brands we stock are the brands we use and trust ourselves.
Mont’s splitboarding staff views reinforce this: the Weston range of women’s backcountry splitboards, and men's for that matter, are the best in the business.
One of the key reasons that Weston boards are so well reviewed and awarded, is due to their attention to detail and bombproof construction. Here’s a quick overview of what you can expect from a Weston Splitboard:
Community, safety, and sustainability are at the core of Weston's beliefs. They are a member of 1% for the Planet, and many of their board models help support non-profit causes. They are a Summit level supporter of the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education and actively take measures to provide avalanche education scholarships for aspiring backcountry enthusiasts.
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