Here are some pictures from our first production run. Tyler and I are currently assembling the parts we have while waiting for the final parts from one of our local suppliers. Board Clips will be ready to ship out this week and we are still on track to start shipping... read more →
For anyone that missed the Deeper Unplugged showing in Bellingham, it is showing again this Friday August 27th at Evo's location in Seattle. Tyler and I will be at this showing with our latest set ups for people to checkout. Click here for more information. We hope to see you there!
Tyler and I got out last Saturday to test our improved ride mode interface and our first article bindings. For this trip we zipped down to Mt. Rainier and hiked up to a little below Camp Muir. On the ride mode interface we modified the toe attachment portion to... read more →
Tyler and I are going to be at the Deeper Unplugged showing at the Boundary Bay Brewery in Bellingham, WA this Friday, August 20. We'll have our latest binding system for people to checkout. For more information on the event click on this link to the Boundary Bay Brewery.
With the first production run of our Split30 Splitboard System in full swing, Tyler and I would like to announce the details of the pre-sale. As an introductory offer to those who pre-order we are offering a $50 discount. Simply enter:PreSaleas the discount code at checkout on our store, www.karakorambc.com/store .... read more →
We've had lots of requests for more information on how the Split30 system works. I finally had the chance to put together a technology page and post it to the website. Click on the link below for more information: Karakoram Split30 Tech Page We don't have any production bindings built... read more →
I just picked up the first article inspection board clip bases on Wednesday. They look and feel a lot nicer than the prototype versions we've been using the last two years. The base is a really simple part, but a lot of thought went into making this a cost effective... read more →
Last weekend we (Bryce, his wife Melissa, my wife Marcy, and I) headed up to Flett Glacier on Rainier for some casual summer touring and camping. The road to Mowich had just opened and after talking to the ranger we were expecting good snow coverage starting at the lake. Unfortunately... read more →
A couple weeks ago JimW invited Tyler and me to join the California splitboard crew on their trip to Shasta. We jumped at the opportunity to check out a little more of the California split scene and also invited Russell to join. 50+ emails later the plan on where we... read more →
Two words to sum up this last weekend: Freakin’ Amazing! Day 1 Bryce and I really didn’t know what to expect going down to the Kalifornia Split Party, except that it was going to be an adventure. We decided last minute we were going and scrambled to get plane tickets.... read more →
I've had a lot of requests to post a video showing how our splitboard system works. I would have had the video finished yesterday, but we had about 12" of snow in Little Cottonwood Canyon and I would have been breaking company policy if I had worked on a powder... read more →
The Baker SplitFest was so much fun that Tyler and I have decided to check out the Kalifornia Split Party which is being put on by a bunch of California splitters on splitboard.com. Here is a link to the Split Party thread. Neither of us have had the opportunity to... read more →
I just got some pictures from one of our first users, Toni Walbridge. Toni has been riding his Karakoram Split30 splitboard system on his DIY Split Salomon Sick Stick 160 on tours in the Wasatch, sled-in tours in the Uintas, and slackcountry rides at Brighton since January. Thanks for the... read more →
Leading up to the Splitfest Tyler and I were thinking we'd have a nice leisurely week getting ready. But again, true to form we cut it down to the wire. Our new boards for splitting didn't show up until Thursday night, some stainless parts we were waiting for were finally... read more →
Snow conditions finally started to stabilize, so I was feeling good about riding some steeper lines with my friend Manuel and some of his friends from Chile. The snow in upper Days Fork was nice on the north facing aspects. Here is Manuel dropping into upper Days. The weather was... read more →