The MTNApproach System is Method Magazine’s Product of the Week

Don’t miss Method Mag‘s Product of the Week: The MTNApproach System:

Have you reached that point in boarding where you can’t be contained by the trail anymore? Powder under the chair is too chewed up to get excited about? You’ve tried trekking out into the backlands with just your boots using your board to help you from drowning in the pow but you instead you end up burning about 10,000 calories to get a mere 100 meters and the only result is just a lot of sweat. Let’s face it, we all want to ride perfect pow away from the crowds and snowshoes suck. 

There is always the option of chopping your board right down the middle and making a split board but thats sounds risky if you only have got one board. And let’s be honest, your board will never really ride the same again if it’s sliced in half. So are you ready to hear about the MTNApproach System?  This is a 3-peice foldable ski system with skins permantely affixed to the base of the skis, with a customized lightweight bag that holds them real snug. They get you up the hill super quick (no problems traversing) then you fold them away in your bag and go Ted Turner on that fresh run with your still intact snowboard.

This setup has been test and approved by the best boarders and we are fully backing it. Don’t just take our word, they have some heavy backcountry hitters on the team including Austin Smith, Bjorn Leines, Bryan Iguchi, Mark Carter, Scotty Lago, Laura Hadar and Xavier De Le Rue.

It’s the perfect kit for a powder junkie. You get off the trail, away from the crowds, you save yourself from chopping your board in half and you get unlimited turbo turns in untouched angel poop, all for you!

Read the Feature in Entirety Here:  http://www.methodmag.com/content/mtnapproach-system

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