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About Morrow

Morrow was founded in 1989 by Rob Morrow, who was a Junior World Snowboard Champion, and his cousin Neil Morrow, who was attending engineering school at the time. Both were only 19 years old when they started the company. They began ripping snowboards apart to see how improvements could be made to standard design and started experimenting with new materials and construction. Throughout the next decade, Morrow came out with a variety of boards that introduced functional new technology to the snowboarding world--deep sidecuts, wide board design and Carbon Fiber Torsion box construction, to name a few. Models like the Lunchtray, Revert, and Spoon featured technologies still widely copied today.

In 1999, Morrow was sold to Seattle-based K2 Sports, an American snow sports company that has been manufacturing snowboards and skis for 50 years. Morrow equipment is sold and distributed globally in over 30 countries. All of our equipment is designed, tested and ridden by snowboarders who love to shred. At Morrow, we create innovative and stylish snowboards, bindings and boots for riders of all abilities who want maximum performance, durability, value and fun!