A recycled material is suitable for re-use, that is, it can be turned into a new fully recyclable snowboard.
Since the day of its foundation, Niche’s manufacturing process is based only on eco-friendly technologies and materials, for example, they use bio-rubber substance instead of an epoxy resin made from the fossil oil, or basalt fiber instead of fiberglass, which makes the snowboards absorb impacts better and is suitable for reuse.
“We’re beyond excited to be able to tell the snowboard community about something we know has the ability to revolutionize the entire snowboard manufacturing industry by creating a TRUE zero-landfill manufacturing solution. We are honored to be the first, and look forward to the day when the rest of the industry takes notice and hopefully welcomes these kinds of solutions into their own manufacturing,” said Ana Van Pelt, Co-founder, and Chief Brand Officer.
The new model of fully recyclable snowboard uses basalt fiber for stringers; they are an additional reinforcement of the design.