Temple Cummins has been exploring some new terrain with his new splitboard pro model. (Check out more on Temple in the latest issue of Backcountry Snowboarding Magazine - Kronicle)
Just over the last year split boarding popularity has grown tremendously opening millions of acres and countless powder lines to the masses. Don't worry, there's still plenty out there for you and your friends. With the new Temple Cummins Billy Goat Split Board you'll be geared up and hiking in no time. gnu.com/snowboards/mens/billy-goat-split
Mike Olson and Pete Saari in 1977. In an industry where virtually every other snowboard company has moved production to China or offshore, Mervin is the longest running and last major snowboard factory in the USA. Based out of Carlsborg, Washington, between the rugged Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges, Mervin is a direct link between riding and manufacturing. read more
About the Billy Goat splitboard
4-time Mt. Baker Banked Slalom champion and billy goat freeride line master Temple Cummins is a committed snowboarder. Temple has worked closely with the Gnu design crew since he was 13. These days he is a man who knows what it takes to make a snowboard you can count on when you get yourself in a little deeper than you should have, need to lay down a perfect carved turn against the grain to keep the boarder cross jocks a little lower on the podium or dork around with friends and family. Temple rides his own C2 BTX Freeride power freestyle geometries. The best features of camber and banana technology combined for aggressive all terrain riders… you get the end-to-end stability and pop of camber at each end with the proven carving performance and soft snow float of banana tech between your feet. Solid momentum carrying construction, Anvitex Dampener, Farmed eco woods, sintered base. Temple, Forrest Burki and Matt Edgars put it to the test all year long. This board will not let you down.
The Billy Goat splitboard comes in two sizes 159, 162 and features Karakoram clips and latches