The Backyard Snowboard with the Rip-Cord Binding/Brake System. It's a Snurfer with More!
  • PHNX - UNPLUGGED

    $139.00

    PHNX Boards: UNPLUGGED

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    One genuine, American-made, UNPLUGGED snurfer, with seven pressed, laminated wood layers with clear hard maple face and back. Heat branded logos, clear finish, hex-screw foot platform, adjustable nylon Rip-Cord. Hand-crafted, glued, sanded, and finished.  Made by humans.

    UNPLUG your PHONE, UNPLUG the INTERNET, UNPLUG EXCUSES...

                            ...PLUG into Snurfing, PLUG into Adventure, PLUG into Freedom!

    Rather than just replicate the original Snurfer, as other manufacturers have done, we completely re-imagined it. UNPLUGGED has a snowboard shovel that becomes skis in the back, with a slight side-cut and a cutout in the middle that makes the perfect carrying handle. UNPLUGGED is wider than other snurfers and the double-layer platform adds stiffness while raising your feet to keep them from dragging. UNPLUGGED has more than 50 foot screws (we lost count) for a superior grip platform. 

    UNPLUGGED is a one-size-fits-all board that's easy to use for beginners but with features that allow advanced riders greater control and fun.  47 inches long x 8-3/4" tail x 8-1/4" mid x 9" front.  This is a great snurfer for kids as young as 6 or 7 but tough enough for teens and adults.  Advanced riders who want more control should consider the Trailblazer, with the Rip-Cord Binding/Brake System.

    The cheapest Chinese-made Burton resort snowboard is $360 and you still need a lift ticket every time you board.  For $139 -including free shipping- you get an American-made snurfer and a lifetime pass to all of the terrain beyond resorts...and you support small business manufacturing.  


    Note: Our UNPLUGGED board is unplugged from the added control and safety of our Rip-Cord Binding/Brake system, and, like all snurfers, it does not have the steel edges of a resort board, and as such is not designed for use at resorts or on hard-packed or icy slopes.  Fortunately, since 99% of rideable terrain is beyond resorts, there is plenty of untracked and loose snow to be claimed.


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