January 30, 2020
Questions about those sharp pointy things? Watch the video for some answers.
Ice axes are super useful when you need one and look like pig roasting sticks when you don't. Although you do look ex...
January 3, 2019
Possibly my favorite hack for splitboard skins.
You can cut off part of the metal hooks on your nose and tail clips, as there's no need for that much hook. Couple reasons, with a short hook you...
December 26, 2018
I keep hearing people say that installing and removing skins is somewhat of their transition nemesis. They can switch their bindings fairly quickly but not their skins. With some practice it's...
Welcome to Spline Split Science! We're going to make a bunch of short videos on our instagram page (@spline_snowboards) describing some splitboard tips, hacks and techniques. Since we're limite...
September 15, 2018
My home is a few hours north of the volcanoes of the American PNW, and yet I'd never climbed any of them apart from Mt Baker a few years ago. Every spring, the allure of thousands of feet of co...
November 16, 2017
I just bought the new Mammut Barryvox S beacon and as people have asked me about it, here's a review from a knowledgeable source that's hopefully impartial and helpful. Firstly if you don't kno...
June 16, 2017
Eric layton had convinced me (not hard to do) to come down to California and do a traverse through the Sierra Mountains. He somewhat wanted to follow the divide but mostly was aiming to ride so...
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!
Sharp pointy things!! Spline Split Science, ep. 9 (ice axes)
Splitboard boots and crampons, Spline split science, ep #7 & 8
November 27, 2019
Splitboard transitions - Spline Split Science ep#5
March 14, 2019
Skin mods. Spline Split Science ep. #4
Spline Split Science Ep.#3 - Skins on, Skins off
Spline Split Science Ep. #1 & #2
Mt Hood, Mt Adams & Rainier in 3 days
Mammut Barryvox S beacon review
July 26, 2017
Wet Log Traverse