Limited Edtion Snowboards Exclusively at the 'Haus!

Limited Edtion Snowboards Exclusively at the ‘Haus!

By April 3, 2017 Featured, Snowboards

limited edition snowboards

Matt Stone Signature Snowboard at Ski Haus Steamboat Springs Colorado

Burton South Parkitect, Burton Jeff Brushie 1993 Re-issue, Jones Project X.

What do South Park, a trout, and carbon fiber all have in common? They are all features of this season’s hottest limited edition snowboards! These extremely rare and highly sought-after boards have been dressing up Snowboard Land here at the ‘Haus this winter, and now it’s time for us to let them go to a new home.

Now is your chance to own a Burton South Parkitect, a Burton Jeff Brushie 1993 Re-issue, or even the Jones Project X. All of these boards were made in very limited numbers and are sold out everywhere. Whether you decide to shred it or display it, each of these boards has a story behind it.

The South Parkitect is a one-of-a-kind collaboration celebrating the most twisted animation ever created. Featuring a unique graphic on each size, this board is a must have for any snowboarding South Park fan. To further stoke the next owner, South Park co-creator Matt Stone was good enough to sign our boards when he stopped by the ‘Haus this winter!

Burton brought back Jeff Brushie’s iconic 1993 pro model snowboard this year, and each were handcrafted at Craig’s Proto Facility in Vermont. The graphic is a nod to Brushie’s redneck roots, fishing for rainbow trout in Vermont’s Green Mountains, and marked the beginning a new era of graphic art in board design. Super light, the Brushie exemplifies much of the advances that defined Burton innovation throughout the 1990’s.

Jones offered the Project X as a representation of the future of snowboard production. The brainchild of Xavier Nidecker, this technological work of art was built using a unique variation of “Ultra Construction” that features multiple layers of Fusion Tech and Textreme Carbon in lieu of a traditional topsheet and fiberglass. The Project X is insanely light and yet remarkably stable and confident in a variety of conditions. Jones calls it their most advanced snowboard… and that’s saying something. It comes with a healthy price tag, but you wouldn’t expect a Lamborghini to have a Honda window sticker.

Some snowboards are never out of season, and some make great conversation pieces whether they’re on snow or on your wall. If you’re a snowboard connoisseur or simply appreciate something that you won’t see hanging below every chairlift, the ‘Haus has what you seek!

Burton South Parkitect ($499)

Burton Brushie ($649)

Jones Project X ($1,499)

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