This one quiver killer is the go-to board for guys that ride over 100 days a year and in all sorts of terrain.
We didn’t blunt the tips, which gives you an incredibly butter friendly nose and tail, and also allows you to float through the deep cream without diving. We use a thicker triaxial fiberglass on this board to increase durability while keeping all of the flexibility you need for jibbing anywhere on the mountain, and the 4 stage rail design locks up well but isn’t too grabby in the park on rails and jibs.
Graphics are interchangeable on all boards. Click on the ARTWORK image to the left to see the different graphics and select that artwork in the menu below!
Looking to do your own custom artwork on this board shape? Choose "Custom" during checkout. Email us your artwork in a tiff, jpeg or eps file at least 300dpi. Art needs to be in a rectangle shape (not board shape) sized 12.5 X 63.
The Everyday is absolutely one of my favorite boards to ride. No matter the conditions it shreds. Up high it might be nice and powdery, while down low is mush and sticky. No matter what this thing rocks. I can take this thing on every trip to any mountain knowing that it will fulfill my day, any day.
-Jack Wiley, Notice Team Rider
This board is sick! Its a twin 158 with double camber, reverse in-between the bindings and regular underneath your feet, giving it a super rad surfy kinda feeling in the pow with a springy pop for those big ollies. The trees here in whitefish can get a little thick at times and this thing performs great, its super light and its sidecut allows you to turn on a dime, pow or hard-pack, its 4 stage rail design lets you cut into just about anything. The carbon fiber stringers used in the core give the board a very solid feeling under your feet, especially for those big park landings and holding an edge through the flat bottom of the pipe. The 2x7 insert pattern is super nice for endless stance options as well. All and all the name of this board is fitting, you can literally have fun on this thing everyday of the season.
-Kyle Duty, Notice Team Rider