Coats for the Cold
This winter season we are proud to join the Reno Sparks Corridor Business Association and the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, in their efforts to bring some much needed warmth to the people in our community who are in need. Bring down any clean gently used coat to either Eternal Snowboard Shop (Reno or Sparks) and we will give you a 10% discount on any 2012 outerwear, with your donation. Please bring down any size coat, kids or adult.
If you are in the market for a new jacket make sure your old one goes to someone who needs it. And don’t worry if you do not need new gear we will still gladly take your used jackets and donate them to this great cause, and you can go home with a warm fuzzy feeling in your heart free of charge.
Thank you from all of us at Eternal.
P.S. be sure to tell your friends.
*The donation of your coat is your 10% off coupon. Purchase must be made at time of donation. No rain checks on discounts.
Travis has been skating for and representing Eternal for a while now, but a few weeks ago he broke his arm at a Tahoe skate park. Get well soon Trav!
11% OFF on 11-11-11
It only happens once every one hundred years…. 11-11-11. So we are celebrating by giving you 11% OFF all 2012 in stock gear at either of our retail locations* (Reno or Sparks). Whats better is that every 11th paying customer will get the double down deal of 22% OFF. So circle the calendar for 11-11-11!
*This sale is not available online. In store only.
The Plumb store has just received a dozen new Arbor longboards: the Pin, Axis, Blunt and more. Swing by and check them out.
A fresh rack of Arbor completes
Artec aims to fuse art with technology. Artec has been thriving overseas since 2007 and now they aim to blow up in the states. Artec has a truly global team of some really innovative riders, with the likes of Nima Jalali, Gabe Taylor and Lisa Filzmoser. Artec also employs some true legends of snowboarding including Blaise Rosenthal, Artec Creative Director.
Artec is focused on creating some of the best freestyle snowboards out on the snow. Manufacturing for Artec Snowboards is located high in the Austrian Alps, at the famed Elan snowboard factory. The Elan factory is home to some of the most advanced snowboard manufacturing processes in the world. In fact this is home to the manufacturing of many brands in the industry. Artec’s state of the art manufacturing facility has been producing snowboards for over 20 years, and they put out some of the highest quality boards on the market today.
Spending some time flexing and touching these Artec Snowboards and bindings you start to get a sense of the high grade materials that they are using. Artec is offering a core profile to suite any riding style. The Pop Rocker offers what they call PopTEC, which is basically a jib rocker that has a real skate inspired feel. The Nima Jalali offers FlaTEC which is a flat core profile. Flat profiles are picking up in popularity because they have traits of both camber and rocker. Flat boards will hold speed and have the pop of a camber board but also have a loose feel similar to a rocker board. The Gabe Taylor Artec is a ture camber snowboard. This is great for high speeds and big jumps. Gabe spends a lot of time out in the backcountry and this board holds up to his demands.
The Artec Nima Jalali is definitely on the hit list to try out when the snow hits (hope fully soon). We will bring you a product review of Artec as soon as we can get on one. Visit Artec’s website to get the nitty gritty on all of their technologies.