You ride Dualboards sideways, just like the traditional snowboard, skateboard, or surfboard, but with your feet separated the tricks and mobility are unlimited.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
A ground-breaking new spin on the traditional snowboard has sparked curiosity on the slopes early this season. Dual Snowboards have revolutionized the winter sport favorite by re-engineering the snowboard into two miniature boards – one for each foot. In doing so, they’ve created an entirely new way to move and play in the snow.
“Imagine being able to walk, run, and hike while attached to your snowboard,” says Scott Rickett, CEO of Dual Snowboards. “You ride Dualboards sideways, just like the traditional snowboard, skateboard, or surfboard, but with your feet separated, the tricks and mobility are unlimited.”
Among the endless list of mobility benefits experienced by “Dualboarders” is an unprecedented freedom to control speed by using one foot to step or build momentum; the ability to walk on and off the ski lift; and the advantage of unmatched core and leg strengthening for all ability levels.
Built from the finest traditional snowboard materials in the world, the patented and time-tested Dualboards offer unprecedented quality and versatility. The new boards can be enjoyed at local resorts, terrain parks and even in favorite urban spots. The cutting-edge design works with standard boots, and 4 bolt bindings offer convenience and savings to those who own traditional gear.
As an added benefit, they fit in your backpack, so travelers no longer need to hassle with roof racks and can rejoice over saved money in baggage fees.
The new sport is quickly gaining popularity among winter sports enthusiasts all around the globe – Dual Snowboards are now available on Amazon.
“You could look at this as an alternative to the traditional snowboard,” says James Davis of Reno, “but I see it as something completely original, a totally new experience, the next big thing. When is the last time you tried something new?”
To learn more or purchase your own Dual Snowboards, visit http://www.DualSnowboards.com.