Nitrosnowboard has been committed to snowboarding for the last 22 years. Snowboarding is our focus, it’s all we do. Nitro snowboards was born in 1990 in Seattle, Washington when two snowboarders wanted to make quality gear because there weren’t a lot of good choices out there. Snowboarding was their passion and focus and it still is today. We remain true to snowboarding, and we thank you all for the support so we can continue to do so. Our goal has always been to progress the sport with products that are innovative in technology, design, and materials, always pushing the limits. We have a history of bringing innovations to the snowboard market including the first asymmetrical twin-tip, first women’s pro model, progressive sidecuts, and the first three-piece adjustable freestyle binding to name just a few. All of our products start with U.S. Designs at our design office in Seattle. Our dedicated design and development team has been with the company from day one – not a lot of snowboard companies can say that! Then european engineering and craftsmanship takes it to the next level. Our products are manufactured worldwide and all our products are throughly tested by our team around the world. Nitro snowboards is distributed internationally by an equally dedicated crew.
Boards Nitro is committed to building the best riding boards on the market. This year we offer boards of all widths in all categories, to give you more options to choose from and you get the right board. New boards in the line include the Pantera, which promises to be one of the smoothest riding technical boards out there, the new T2 rail board with revolutionary beveled base to help prevent edge damage, and a women’s twin board, the Nyx, has been built for the progression of women’s freestyle. Continua a leggere Nitro snowboard
Planet Funk – The Italian Band Today we would like to tell you about a band Planet Funk Italian anything in our store is very popular as well as heard from the distant 2001.The Planet Funk is an Italian musical group in business since 1999. Cooperated with international artists such as Simple Minds , Dan Black , Cecilia Chailly and national as Elisa , Giuliano Sangiorgi , Jovanotti, Pier Cortese , and Raiz . The group was formed by the merger of the old formation of Souled Out ( Alexander Sommella , Domenico ” GG ” Canu , and Sergio Della Monica) , known in the early nineties to the international success of the album of the same name , recorded at the London studios of Sony, and the single Shine on , before publication of the history of international record label Sony in Italy , and the Kama Sutra , or Marco Baroni and Alex Blacks . Planet Funk was the title of a song made by the same Blacks . The Souled Out had produced several tracks abroad , with excellent commercial results . One of them was titled Stuck on love and it was sung by Dee Lewis. The song was one of the biggest radio hits and dance floor, in the 80s. In 2002 , with the album not Sumness Zero , which contains the individual Who Said , Chase The Sun , Inside All The People , The Switch , Paraffin, the group has achieved success , crowned by the Italian Music Awards and the allocation of the gold record for sales of the album, also produced in the sumness not zero plus one , which contains a piece ( one Step Closer ) developed in collaboration with Simple Minds , but more than anything else is a vocal version of the first track of the album, Where Is the Max team of Planet Funk was summoned by other international bands to remix some songs from their repertoire. The album The illogical Consequence was preceded in 2005 by the Single Stop me, the soundtrack of the television commercial for Coca Cola . In autumn 2006 they released their third album, Static, where the eponymous single became one of the soundtrack of the video game FIFA 08 . The most successful song of the band is probably the single Who Said where singing is Dan Black , leader of The Servant . In early 2009 the group released the new single , titled Lemonade , which sees a return to the sound mix of electronic and rock that gave success and fame to the group. On 5 June 2009 they released their new single Thanks in collaboration with Pier Cortese . Their recording studio is located in Naples’s Posillipo district . After years of abstinence from the recording studios in 2011 affect the new single Another Sunrise sees the debut of new singer Alex Uhlmann and which is also the soundtrack of the new commercial for the Hyundai i20 Sound Edition . Another Sunrise is the first single from the new album The Great Shake released September 20, 2011 , with the participation of artists such as Usher and Giuliano Sangiorgi , leader of Negroamaro . The Planet Funk while performing ” Another Sunrise ” In 2011, the group participates in Hyundai Music Awards with the single Another Sunrise . In the same year taking part in the MTV Days 2011 in Turin. Also in 2011, recorded a cover of the song by Nancy Sinatra These Boots Are Made for Walkin ‘ for the film Kryptonite Ivan Cotroneo . The director himself has directed and also wrote the official videoclip of the song where some actors appear in the film such as Luca Zingaretti , Valeria Golino , Cristiana Capotondi and Libero De Rienzo, over the same Planet Funk . The song became in 2012 the soundtrack of the European Football Championship 2012.
rip curl surf style is a The year: 1969. A man called Armstrong is about to walk on the moon. In Australia, surfing is at a curious stage of its development. The “short board revolution” of 1967 has created a frenzy of experimentation in surfboard design and surfing technique. In the cool climate of Victoria, sanity prevails in design and technique, if not in the temperaments of the surfers. The cold, always a great leveller, has created a hardy breed of surfer who has no time for the hoopla and hype of the glitter beach capitals of the world. And by 1969 these like-minded souls have begun to gravitate towards the equally no-frills seaside town of Torquay, just a couple of kilometres away from Bells Beach, home of some of the most challenging waves in Australia. And it is into this environment that Doug “Claw” Warbrick and Brian “Sing Ding” Singer decide to pitch their fledgling surf company, Rip Curl. And yes, it will be called Rip Curl. Rip Curl Surfboards did well in a highly competitive market which had opened up in response to the revolution in design. Pioneers like Gordon Woods and Barry Bennett in Sydney and George Rice in Victoria had been joined by hundreds of wide-eyed hopefuls operating, like Rip Curl, out of garages and tool sheds.In many cases enthusiasm and innovation overshadowed technical expertise and quality, but Rip Curl concentrated on producing a small number of functional surfcraft for local waves. In 1970, however, Warbrick and Singer made the decision which changes forever the nature of their fledgling company. Looking at the essential needs of their fellow surfers in cold-water Victoria, they see that one – a board to ride – is being serviced by too many companies, while the other – a wetsuit to keep out the cold – is being serviced by only two, one of whom makes wetsuits for divers and has only a marginal commercial interest in surfing. Rip Curl took over an old house in Torquay and the partners made a small investment in a pre-World War II sewing machine. They put together a crew of locals and went into production, cutting out the rubber on the floor and handing the pieces to an over-worked and underpaid machinist. By today’s standards, the prototype Rip Curl wetsuits were primitive, but they differed from others on the market in that they evolved through interaction with surfers. The people who ran the company were – and still are – the test pilots. There can be no more direct line of communication… A couple of odd figures arguing in a garage… Two young men, and hardy souls at that, because it is the dead of winter in a cold part of the country, but they are both wearing thongs – good old Aussie flip flops – although one of them has made a concession to the climate by wearing thick football socks with the rubber. They call themselves “Sing Ding” and “Claw”, and surrounding them are foam surfboard blanks and tins of nasty chemicals. It is not a safe environment and if tempers flare any more the whole lot might go up in flames. “Well,” says the young man with gingery hair and a moustache (“Sing Ding”): “I reckon it’s a bloody stupid name, but I’ll run it past my kids and see what they think.” The other man (“Claw”) jumps up and down on the spot like a demented jack-in-the-box, screaming: “It’s a great name! You rip the curl! Get it? The grommets will love it!” Continua a leggere rip curl surf style