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First Look: Next Year’s 2018 Snowboard Gear Roundup — Day 3 Gallery

We’re not entirely sure how it goes at trade shows in other industries, but if people in the snowboard world are beat after a couple days of this, imagine the level of tired hanging over the annual Knitting and Stitching Convention on day three. We shook off the long days and nights, threw cameras in our packs and iPhones in our pockets, and hit the Black Velvet coffee station at the DC booth for the third day in a row.

Crab Grab’s Andrew Kelly with new colorways in the brand’s Skate Rails and Crab Trap traction.

As espresso brightened our eyes, we found even more products to anticipate for the coming season—additional splitboard offerings, new goggles and gloves, and progressive snowboard shapes that hearken to the past.

Check out more 2018 snowboard gear from day one of the trade show here and day two of the trade show here.