Antique and Vintage Snowboard Museum Traveling Exhibit for Lease and Loan.
c. 1920s – 1970s, 20th century
Wood, metal, rubber, rope
120sq.ft. total recommended space for 8’ height x 15’ length display
© Vintage Winter
This snowboard collection is currently residing at Baldface Lodge in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia - West Kootenay Region.
Customers will place a credit card on file as a security deposit. Insurance protection (“rider”) will be required and heightened security for the collection is expected.
*1920s “Skeeboggan” – a pre-cursor to the vintage Snowboard, this very unique metal stand-up sled has a wooden T-bar handle and rubber footpad.
*"Snurfers" by Brunswick – invented by Sherman Poppen in the 1960s. Credited as one of the earliest “snowboards”.
*"Sno-Surfer" and a “Snookie” by White Bear, White Bear Lake, MN 1960s vintage snowboards.
*The Burton “Performer” and Burton Backhill – classic snowboards created by Jake Burton in Burlington, Vermont in the 1970s and continuing today.
*Descriptive labels for each piece
*Vintage wooden ski frame with copies of the Snurfer Patent
*a History of Snowboarding timeline