The Wasatch is home to some of the most well-rounded and knowledgeable riders on the planet.
The access to terrain paired with our legendary snow creates the perfect proving ground. The input gathered from these riders allowed for us to dial in our first surf-influenced pow shapes that we dubbed Snöfisk (Snow Fish in Swedish). In contrast to the industry standard, every Snöfisk board is handcrafted in small batches locally in the heart of the Wasatch – Salt Lake City, UT.
The first comment we normally hear while on the Snowbird tram dock or in the Wasatch backcountry is about the unique shapes in our quiver. The design has been pulled from a surfing influence and has a completely different feel than a traditional twin. The main goal was to shape a board that could make riding pow (and everything between) a bit more fun and surfy. We combine our surf influenced shapes with the highest quality materials available (including a full carbon layup) to create the most stable and responsive feel available.
Snöfisk Carbon Tech:
It’s a tricky technology but allows for a completely unique feel and response. The high-tech full carbon fiber composite layup and full length wood core is not only lighter than old school fiberglass boards, it harnesses and returns more energy, making the Snöfisk “pop” and feel alive. Our engineered wood core profile design, vibration dampeners, biaxial & unidirectional carbon layers, Durasurf base, and our Snöfisk nose and tail designs keep weight at a minimum while providing the utmost stability.
Know Where Your Boards Are Made?
Snöfisk snowboards are designed, engineered and manufactured right here in the Wasatch Mountains by people who have a passion for the mountains. We will never move our manufacturing to far away lands (China, Dubai, India, Korea, Taiwan, etc.) to try and make a few more bucks. For the board brands that do, rarely are product quality, the political system, human rights, animal rights and environmental costs to the planet considered, not to mention the cost to our industry of jobs.
Snöfisk “Hatched in the Wasatch” #supportlocal