Tail wagging good times
Feeling anxious about getting first tracks? Look no further than your new best friend, the Service Dog. This directional pow hound is built to float, slash and chase good times all over the hill thanks to Directional Diamond 3D, plenty of taper and a stable yet pressable flex pattern.
Designed for all-mountain prowess and float in the deep. Rockered in the nose, flat under the front foot, with a positive cambered tail.
Shape and Hotrods
Taper is featured in directional boards built with wider noses than tails, helping with agile turns and added float in deep snow.
Designed to increase float in deep snow, improve handling in variable terrain, smooth turn initiation, reduce edge catch and complement all-mountain riding in all-senses.
One single rod of bamboo milled into the board's core in the nose for pressability and playfulness.
Fiberglass running in three different axes, built for torsionally rigidity and added snap.
Our most stable and predictable core, built with 100% poplar construction.
Fiberglass with two different axes, built to be more torsionally playful and flexible.
A new base material that features improved wax absorption, increased durability and the most bang for your buck.
Service Dog Size Chart
|Waist Width (cm)|
|Weight Recommendation (Lbs)||
|Weight Recommendation (Kg)||
|Boot Size (us/uk)||
9-13 / 8-12
9-13 / 8-12
10-14 / 9-13
|Boot Size (eu/cm)||
43-48 / 27.5-30.5
43-48 / 27.5-30.5
44-48 / 28.0-31.0
Service Dog Size Finder
Can’t wait to go down the slopes on this gorgeous thing
Home where ever it strays
This board is extremely fun and capable. It's first voyage was at night in highly variable "cripsy-breaded" dust on crust. I think night riding tends to make you rely a little less on your eyes and tune in to how the board and snow feel. This deck was, from the first run, super confidence inspiring. It floated effortlessly in the deep/heavy stashes in the trees, stayed sure-footed blasting through torn-up chunder, and didn't punish me for laying into a turn on what looked like a side pow-pocket that turned out to be solid ice. I am a huge fan of the versatile directional tapered board shape. The bit of camber on this, combined with the nose rocker, really sealed the deal for me. The nose is especially fun to press and flex around on, but is also a huge help when you speed up and need to rely on it to hold an edge. I spent a little time riding switch as well: not a problem. I'm an aging lifer and am not setting up switch up for 40 foot tabletop jumps. You will be fine landing fakie or riding switch here and there. Lastly, I had never ridden a significantly short tail before, and I was surprised at how hard it could pop ollies, along with how cooperative it was when I landed weight-too-far-back a few times; it landing-geared me right out of trouble. This dog is for you.
From the first turns you'll know this is a deck, built to shred and destroy anything in your way. Basically bomb proof & nothing short of absolute fun. I love the poppy feel and pressability of the big spoon nose. Better yet you can rip this thing like a bat outta hell. Textbook perfect powabunga shred stick.
Great price point for a pow board.