GLOW IN THE DARK Youth Pumpkin Kenny Tee

$12.00

Black/Glow In The Dark

CYKLE SUNGLASSES

$15.00

BLACK

TORTOISE

SLICE WALLET

$24.00

NEON

KIDS DAILY BEANIE

$14.00

BLACK

BLUE

CREAM

GREY

MAGENTA

MAGNUM SHADES

$12.00

BLACK

BURGUNDY

TEAL

TORTOISE

YELLOW

COPYCAT PANT

$35.00

BLACK

GREY

"I Ride NeffLand" | Sage Kotsenburg

Feb 18 Posted by Neff

Neff Snowboard Team Rider Sage Kotsenburg and NeffLand both call Park City, Utah home. The two recently crossed paths when Sage hit up NeffLand for this spoice edit.

He traded off between shredding the candy cane rails and catching some air off the cupcakes. Sage is one of the sickest riders on the slopes right now, even when he is just having fun. If you don't believe us, check it out for yourself.

Get the full experience here.

 

 

 

 

2014 Neff Beach Bash @ Boreal Mountain Resort / Woodward Tahoe

Mar 25 Posted by Neff

"Boreal and Woodward Tahoe always seem to be at the top of their game, even when dealing with a dismal snow year like we are having here in Tahoe. Not only have they opened the only pipe in Tahoe, but they bring introduce new innovative features into their park daily. They never seem to let you down, building a skate park-esque terrain park top to bottom. This year especially, they stepped up their game even further by introducing Neff Land at Boreal.

Lane Knaack and Eric Rosenwald spent the winter creating artistic and creative pirate-themed features to put in this park, and on Saturday March 22, 2014, they bust them out for the 2014 Neff Beach Bash. There was a crazy setup featuring a rainbow double barrel sword rail, a giant cannon (which literally has wheels and a cannonball coming out of the end) and a double barrel downrail with all features gapping over a moat of Neff Beach balls.

Cope, from Neff, brought out his top judges— Tim Humphreys, Chas Guldemond, and Nick Poohachoff— and over $2k in cold hard cash to hand out in this jam-style contest. With two 45 minute all-out heats and people dropping from every angle, it got a little crazy. Riders were handed money on the spot for stomping big tricks, a grom got his dreams realized with a year-long sponsorship from Neff, and $1k was on the table for first prize in the men’s class. In the end, the contest came down to who had the deepest bag of tricks and the smoothest style." - Kyle Beckmann for snowboardermag.com. Click here for a complete list of winners from the event.

Click here for more info on the next Beach Bash.