NEWS

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VIDEO RELEASE: HOW TO MOUNT THE SG PERFORMANCE BINDINGS

Check out our new video clip of the “Silent Tuning” series with Sigi Grabner: How to mount the SG Performance Bindings. Set up your performance bindings with Sigi Grabner. Step by step instruction! Snowboard-pro tip! Sigi’s Stance alpine: 50 cm | 55° front | 53° rear #silenttuning #sigigrabner #sgsnowboards #snowboardgear #snowboardprotip #stepbystep #instruction by SG […]

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FREE SOLO FROM 2008 TO 2017

Have a look at our SG SNOWBOARDS FREE SOLO collection – from 2008 to 2017. The perfect board for the perfect line! FREE SOLO – the name comes from the freeclimbing scene, it means climbing a route without technical aids, completely on your own. Highly experienced and professional climbers climb a route in this way […]

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SOUL – THE JOY OF CARVING

It’s all about the soul of snowboarding. Making turns. The SOUL will take you where the joy of carving lives. It is a real carving toy for softboot riders. Easy carving. High performance carving. Just carving. When you feel the edge, the speed and the wind in your face. Come and feel the soul of […]

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FIRST WORLD CUP TITLE FOR TIM MASTNAK

Parallel Giant Slalom in Scuol (CH): The Slovenean blitzed his way through the prior rounds and kept his cool to take the win. For Mastnak this was his first World Cup victory. The SG PRO TEAM rider is really happy. Strong performance Tim! We are proud! Congratulations! #sgsnowboards #sgproteam #timmastnak #fullraceproteam pic by FIS

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PIERRE VAULTIER IS THE WINNER

Great racing! Great show! 2nd place for the Olympic Champion Pierre Vaultier – SBX sprint Wolrd Cup Moscow (RUS), thus fixing the OVERALL GLOBE 2017/18! Bravo Pierre! Félicitations! Pic by FIS/Miha Matavz

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ESTER LEDECKA IS OUR SNOWBOARD QUEEN!

Ester STR Ledecka wears the crown! She won the PGS in Scuol and now adds the Parallel Giant Slalom crystal globe as well as the Womens Alpine Snowboard Tour Overall crystal globe to her trophy cabinet. Awesome! This is incredible! We are so proud! pic by FIS/Miha Matavz