Next Season’s Snowboard Product: Tradeshow 2018/2019 Mega Gallery

The trade show was filled with exciting new products for the coming season. Blake Paul holds his signature Vans Verse boot and MTE shoe cobranded with The North Face. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Mary Rand has a signature model Vans Ferra boot and slipper. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The Rome Crux binding is a lot of binding for a low price, with an on-trend minimalist strap. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Rome's new Tramline Collection has an option for all manners of freeride pursuits. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Iikka Backstrom with DC's new boot the Tucknee, which according to Iikka, is helps you do tuck-knees. Go figure. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
DC's new stubby model the HR featuring and S-camber profile. The crew was just ripping this one in Japan on the last #DCTRANSITORS trip. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Dylan Alito with his new signature board from Never Summer, the Peacemaker. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Chris Corning is going to the Pyeongchang on a pro model board. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Blake Paul's new Dragon NFX2 features artwork by his sister. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Dragon is introducing a new goggle to the lineup called the PXV, which features a not cylindrical, not spherical, but toric lens, which means it's round in one direction. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
686's Hydrastash tech puts a water bladder in the powder skirt of the jacket with a hose running to the collar, letting you sip water all day without stopping. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Following up on their PBR collab this season, 686 introduces a CL Smooth collaboration for the coming year. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Quiksilver's TRS Stretch Jacket, designed with Travis Rice. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Rice's pack from Quiksilver matches his signature TRS jacket. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Roxy's minimalist Abyss Mitt designed with Torah Bright. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
The Roxy Glade and Essence Gore-Tex Jackets. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
O'Neill's women's and men's Jones kit, designed with Jeremy and Tiffany Jones. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
The O'Neill FrozenWave Anorak with a nod to the brand's '80s surf heritage. PHOTO: Ben Gavelda
Dakine has a new high-end 3L jacket with a split tail called the Elliot, and of course the popular Stoker Bib continues for next season. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Dakine's Poacher RAS line features packs with clean lines and airbag capability. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Congratulations to Nils Mindnich who is now pro for Salomon. Well deserved. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The freeride oriented side of Salomon's line: Sick Stick, Hillside Project Taka Nakai Edition, First Call, Speedway, Super 8, and Sight. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Salomon's ShadowFit binding technology gets a line-wide update for the coming season, featuring new straps and highbacks and more rigid heelcups. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The BB Snowbreaker from adidas. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
adidas' high-end dual Boa model, the Acerra ADV, backed by Jake Blauvelt. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Smith has two new high-quality helmets at a reasonable pricepoint—the Mission and Mirage. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The I/O Mag is Smith's first magnetic lens-change offering. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Pat Moore's new kit front and center. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Volcom's top-of-the-line INF Gore-Tex jacket with TDS insulation technology and maximum waterproofing. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
With an all-new super-damp baseplate, the Union Strata is one of the most exciting bindings being introduced next season. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Scott Stevens' Union pro model is all freestyle, even shunning the forward lean adjuster in favor of a clean look. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
A new addition to the Ride lineup, the Mtn Pig. Similar traits to the Warpig but longer and narrower for charging bigger lines. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Ride's Twin Pig is a more freestyle-oriented version of the popular Warpig, and as its name suggests sports an identical nose and tail. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Oakley's Harmony Fade colorway, available on eight goggles. Expect to see these at the Olympics. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Oakley's Prizm React goggle. With the push of a button you can change the tint of your lens. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Travis Rice's new Lib Tech Orca model. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The Lib Tech Stump Ape builds off the popular Skunk Ape model, but as its name suggests, it's shorter, stubbier and meant to be sized down. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Always offering progressive and plentiful models catered to women and smaller riders, Gnu's new lineup looks good. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Forest Bailey has a new signature model in the Gnu line—the Spasym. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The Upshot is a new mellow-flexing model from Bent Metal. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Bent Metal's Joint is geared toward all-mountain rippers. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Like this season's, CAPiTA's Kazu Kokubo Pro has a symbolic graphic from his tattoo artist, Ghanji. Jess Kimura's board gets an update with a new directional camber profile. The Navigator, introduced this season, continues as a powder-oriented model. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The 18/19 CAPiTA x Spring Break line has a few new additions and some returning models. All unique and beautiful to look at. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
K2 Snowboarding has an all-new splitboard binding, The Farout, in their 18/19 line. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Taro Tamai's signature K2 Snow Surfer boot gets upgraded next season. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The North Face has 3/4 zip women's 3L offering for the deep days. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
A full spectrum of pack sizes from The North Face provide the ideal option for any mission. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The Nitro Quiver series expands this year, including a retro-inspired twin. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Nitro's boot line is looking stacked. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Arbor's bindings feature minimalist straps and a unique baseplate design. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The freeride-oriented portion of Arbor's lineup, which includes splitboards. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
SPY's new goggle with a heating system to eliminate fog. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Airblaster has some new Ninja Suit prints, including a Lick the Cat edition. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The Airblaster Modern Athlete jacket, featuring a long fit and art by Corey Smith. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
VonZipper's minimalist, low-profile Satellite goggle. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
SPY's 18/19 goggle lineup, including one with a retro strap. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The spherical and spacey Skylab from VonZipper. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The 18/19 YES. lineup see the powder hull concept expanded upon and a youth directional board. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
DCP with a message. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Joe Sexton standing with the 18/19 Public lineup. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Public has a few radical apparel pieces available next season. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Lucas Beaufort with the Giro goggle and helmet featuring his artwork. PHOTO: Chis Wellhausen
Giro's Emerge MIPS helmet, complete with a Lucas Beaufort edition. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Perhaps the most popular micro-puff ever made gets an update. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Patagonia's Worn Wear program encourages consumers to fix existing garments. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
The Bode Merrill Collection from Billabong. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
Billabong's Boundary mock fleece and Adversary jacket. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen
ThirtyTwo new's Zephyr model, endorsed by the newest team rider, Nicolas Müller. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The Scott Stevens line from ThirtyTwo. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
The Scott Stevens Uniform SE beanie from Coal. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida
Austen Sweetin gets a signature beanie from Coal called the Yodelin. PHOTO: Mike Yoshida

For the first time, North America’s largest snowsports tradeshow, SIA, combined with OR, the biggest show in the outdoor industry, to create one massive show that filled every corner of the Colorado Convention Center. For four days, the building with the Blue Bear was abuzz with more micro-puff-clad folks than the first day of fall in Boulder. Retailers, vendors, media, and a handful of those who just snuck in for the free beer were treated to a display of a massive amount of 2018/2019 snowboard product on display alongside the hiking boots, coolers and overpriced fur collars from our outdoor and two-plank counterparts. There’s no place like a trade show to find some inventions that no one ever needed. But now that the booths are packed and the fog is beginning to lift from our brains, we’ve compiled a list a gallery of pieces we’re psyched to ride next season.

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