Forum Snowboards

Since Forum began as a group of elite riders in 1996, they've been one of the most active groups in the industry. Forum makes some of the sickest gear around; and their "Youngblood" program gives younger riders the chance to compete for sponsors and recognition. At Forum, R&D is listening to the guys on the snow to develop faster, lighter equipment. With technology straight from the front lines, Forum snowboards, boots, and bindings will satisfy from the bunny hill to the backcountry.

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User Reviews of Products

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Posted by NNNIKIASed from Russia on 10/26/2015 - 9:36pm

Nice Forum snowboard, this is for a intermediate rider, with two or three seasons. I recommended to start riding switch and more advanced tricks.

Posted by Alex Campos from Santiago - Chile on 07/01/2014 - 11:20pm
"Great Board"

This board is worth every penny, by far the best board I or anyone could ever own.

Posted by Beaston from NH on 12/28/2013 - 8:28pm
"Great bindings!"

Has great flex. fits perfect. Very sturdy and amazing for hitting kickers and rails and kickers. Super light and completes my new 2013 forum recon board. Great price and great quality

Posted by #1horgmofan from Dundee il on 04/10/2013 - 9:59am
"Great binding for the price!"

I am an intermediate snowboarder and have been riding forum bindings for a couple of years now. I have always loved the style and comfort of the faction bindings. Although these are the 2011 models the binding is a fantastic quality for the price. Will not find a more comfortable binding for this price!

Posted by boomerinnc from North Carolina on 01/20/2013 - 4:02pm
"Very Decently Priced Binding"

Received my Forum Faction Bindings the other day, and have been very pleased. The hinged baseplate is very cool, can't wait to get out on the slopes to see how it performs! Very comfortable bindings and there's a cushion, as well as a sturdy aluminum heel loop. Haven't been on the mountain with them yet, but for the price and the features these come with, it can't be beat!

Posted by Northeast from MA on 09/19/2012 - 7:37am
"Only for the park"

This was my first rocker board so I went easy on this review, but even with that said I still did not care for this board. I have been riding since I was 13 and I am now 35. I'm 5'9" and 165lbs, I grew up riding park but have transitioned to more all mountain as I have gotten older and I average 10-24 days per season.This was the 8th board I have owned. I rode this board for three consecutive days in Mammoth and that was it. I now want to sell it before next season. This board was fun in the park and had really good pop for ollies, but it was too soft and bouncy for anything else. This board is Rocker/Camber/Rocker/Camber/Rocker and it creates an almost V shape between your boots. Every time I transitioned to my heel edge the board would bounce and chatter as there was almost no edge contact to the snow. My friend that I ride with bought a RIDE Machete the same day I bought this board and we switched at half day to try out each others boards. He immediately had the same complaints that I had and wanted to switch back. His was rocker flat rocker and it was night-and-day better. I would only recommend that you get this board if you live in the park.

Posted by immpro from Las Vegas NV on 05/07/2012 - 4:13pm
"Don't miss this one!"

This hoodie is just the perfect thickness & weight. Nice & roomy with a cool skull design that makes it just edgy enough for guys or girls. As a fairly thin female, I prefer hoodies that are a little bit baggy. For this reason I ordered a medium, however a small would have been just fine. The length covers your backside almost totally. Whether you layer it up or wear it alone, guaranteed comfort is coming your way. On the slopes, this hoodie doesn't disappoint. Don't let this one get away! Made of good quality, the price just can't be beat!

Posted by Intiti from Las Vegas on 03/13/2012 - 7:57am
"Great Heavy Duty Hoodie"

Nice and warm, and Forum always makes a very sturdy product and pays close attention to the small details. This is my second Forum hoodie and I will continue to buy from them.

Posted by Chris J. from Fort Lauderdale on 02/10/2012 - 8:54am
"Great for everything but rails"

I own a Recon 158 and think it's a great board. I'm 5'11 and about 185. I've owned mine for 3 seasons now and am happy to say it's held up to a lot of abuse. The things I like about the Recon is that it's very durable, does great on boxes, is sweet for carving (great sidecut and turn initiation), handles ice/crud snow admirably, and has a good deal of pop. It's kinda stiff out of the box, but breaks in after some hard riding. It's also a slightly wider board, so it can accommodate bigger feet without any drag. The base could be faster, but it's the only extruded base I've tried. I've had an easier time pressing with other boards, and it doesn't seem to like rails. Other boards feel steadier and more locked in on a rail. However, as a progression board, I think it's great. Also riding switch feels really natural on this board. Overall I would recommend this to friends (many have borrowed mine). Not too expensive and really sturdy. Great on the mountain, great with Jumps, great with boxes, ok with presses, meh with rails.

Posted by Julius from SF Bay Area, CA on 02/07/2012 - 6:19pm