Huntington Beach, CA (February 1, 2017)— Signal Snowboards, who last Fall launched the world's first-to-market snowboard subscription service, is excited to announce that it will continue to create new product throughout this winter. As the snow continues to dump in California, Signal wants to make sure its subscribers can continue to have new product and a variety of boards to ride out over a predicted long snowboarding season. Signal's unique direct online channel and subscription service (www.signalsnowboards.com) gives it the flexibility to do something unprecedented in the snowboard industry by launching five more boards over January, February and March, just as Winter is ramping up.
The Signal Subscription Service (SSS) is a new way for consumers to buy brand new snowboards at a low monthly payment while being part of the online Signal Snowboard community. The Orange County, California snowboard company's core mission is to offer the ultimate access to snowboards and snowboard culture along with the best buying experience and customer service. The Signal Subscription Service does just that by offering snowboarders an online platform at signalnowboards.com to purchase a board for as little as $35 a month along with extras like warranty and demo programs and strong customer service that gives subscribers a direct line to the brand. Subscriptions at SignalSnowboards.com start at just $35 a month. Members will receive their first board within a week of placing an order, and a new snowboard annually to add to their collection at the beginning of each winter season.
New Signal Snowboards launching this month include:
The Manu Shiv
This collaboration with Argentinians, Manu Dominguez & Joaquin Motor have helped create a deck that is a cut above the rest. Don't let the directional shape fool you- based off of our award winning Epic shape, this Manu Shiv has a mellowed-out core profile, centered stance and camber bend shape designed for park laps, streets, or powder! This deck is your Swiss Army Knife on the hill, get it before it’s gone.
Ships: February 1, 2017
MSRP: $50/monthly subscriber rate or $535.00 (one-time purchase)
Take the Disruptor 2 anywhere. From the parks to backcountry, this board is built for speed, larger jumps and faster lines. With a radial side-cut and mid-wide waist width good for larger feet, the Disruptor 2 provides stability at high speeds. The spruce core combined with poplar stringers gives the Disruptor 2 a stiffer flex for more stompability on larger jumps.
Ships: February 1, 2017
MSRP: $45/monthly subscriber rate or $495.00 (one-time purchase)
Sk8 Park Limited Edition
You asked for it... we built it. Signal read its subscribers comments and posts across social media and have released the Sk8 Park snowboard from its latest Every Third Thursday. Signal's graphics team worked with the original board to build a *custom sublimated top sheet graphic that perfectly replicates the original wooden mosaic* with the die-cut skate truck base. The board will be built around Signal's best selling Park Board.
Ships: January 13, 2017 MSRP: $485.00 (one-time purchase)
When worlds collide. Designed by Billy Anderson and originally built for ETT, the Yup is a masterfully built all-mountain ripper. Quick, fast and light on its base you will find it flies through open powder fields, tight tree lines and legendary banked slaloms with ease. No holding you back on the Yup! This tapered directional board is unique– art and geometry come together to give you precision edge to edge and unlock any mountain's full potential.
Ships: Early March 2017
MSRP: $50/monthly subscriber rate or $600 (one-time purchase)
Outward bound! Not a chairlift in sight. No crowds, hardly any noise. Just the natural sounds and sights of the backcountry and endless untracked lines to pick and choose from. Signal's new Split Board is built for utility and performance. When it's quality over quantity we went with a blend of freeride freestyle geometry on this directional twin to give you the float, edge control and the ability to throw down when you need it most.
Ships: Late March 2017
MSRP: $40/monthly subscriber rate or $480 (one-time purchase)