SIA Day 2 Highlights

Day two at SIA is in the history books and we have seen more product than we know what to do with. We hit up some heavy hitters like Quiksilver, Lib Tech, Jones Snowboards and more to show you the the latest gear for 2012.

Jones Snowboards has taken their entire line and split them. After a huge successful first year Jones is now offering all their classics as split boards.

Quiksilver and Travis Rice dropped the new TRICE collection featuring the art work of Mike Parillo. The white color way is killer looking and comes in everything from outerwear to backpacks and goggles.

Quiksilver also introduced their new Hubble goggle that offers the largest viewing area in the goggle market. The super low profile frame makes it feel like nothing is on your face. 

Lib Tech dropped their new Horesepower that uses basalt instead of fiberglass to make an ultra-light board without losing any pop or power.

Check out the gallery and check back as we are on the floor for day 3

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