Trip Report: Splitboarding Iceland

This Spring, Mike Handford and crew spent 2-weeks splitboarding in Iceland. His crew battled tough weather and low snow to find good lines, good views and good times.
A decade has gone by since we unveiled a primitive prototype of the first splitboard specific binding on splitboard.com. It has been a fun, fulfilling, and really exciting time to go from concept to company.
Chris Coulter is a busy man these days spending over 130 days each season on the snow. His life in the snowboard world has taken him from being a well-known, pro shredder in the early 2000’s to a highly respected, year-round snowboard guide working in some of the most iconic mountains on the planet. He
My name is Rafael Pease and I’m a 21 year old splitboarder, burgeoning mountaineer, film producer, and student. I go to school at the University of Colorado in Boulder and splitboard as much as I can. I’m obsessed with it. This winter I’m combining my love of splitboarding and my love of film making with
Nayla Tawa is a world traveler, snowboarder, and avid splitboarder with an ambitious spirit that guides her from one adventure to the next. In 2012 she set off for Kyrgyzstan to film a documentary centered on Hayat Tarikov and his efforts to create a sustainable ski industry in the remote mountain village of Arslanbob. Perhaps you
Words By Tamo Campos Our trip has taken quite the detour. We decided to come back through Vancouver instead of taking the ferry to Prince Rupert. The decision was mostly to save our diminished funds and secondly because one of the kids in Alert Bay brought up the point that driving on veggie oil is

Tradeshows

This is a friendly reminder that our webstore is currently shut off, our phone goes straight to voicemail, and there are tumbleweeds blowing through the Spark office. It’s tradeshow season and the WHOLE Spark family is on the road from Jan 28-Feb 8. We will be at SIA in Denver first, then ISPO in Munich!

Your One Week Warning!

Get your goods before we’re gone for good … well, not for good, but for a couple weeks anyway. As most of you know, Spark is a small family owned and operated business. So when it’s tradeshow season, the whole Spark family hits the road. Literally – the WHOLE Spark family. Which means, there won’t be

DREAMS COME TRUE – ALASKA