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2011.2012


Remember that feeling you had when you started snowboarding? You embraced

this sport with such open arms that you just had to open your own store; had to be part of what molded this industry. This was an opportunity that was about freedom of choice and a path less traveled.

You picked that untracked line over there or you went as fast as you could down

this groomed run. It has all been about choice! That is what drew us all to snowboarding. And that is exactly the foundation on which we’ve built Signal.

We chose our own line, our path and our own cause. No secret code words.

No hidden agenda. Just a brand, a factory and a way of life that we believe is fulfilling. At Signal, we hope to be able to reignite or sustain that enthusiasm and optimism through our passion for manufacturing and life.

We hope that you will join us on this path of progression and will enjoy the new

technologies that we’ve introduced this year. On top of technical advancements that we’ve made, there are also the specialty projects that we’ve continued to pursue within our company such as Signal Coffee and our show, “Every Third Thursday”. To us, all these parts combine to make that perfect run.


PARK GEOMETRY

Thanks to rider and retail feedback you’ve got some new options! From camber to flat, wide waist to narrow—there is a PARK board here for everyone. These boards are a favorite year after year because they have a soft flex, are durable and can handle anything you get yourself into. What you need to know about the Park Series boards: • Built for today’s terrain parks and city streets. Built to take a beating • Magnum ABS sidewalls • Sintered bases on all models • “Park Profile” core, which is thinner on the nose and tail but has a standard thickness between your feet • The alternating grain structure of the Poplar core provides maximum strength and maximum pop • Biaxial glass gives the Park its soft tip to tail flex • Nylon 8210 top material provides a softer torsion flex • Carbon stringers from tip to tail for added pop and strength • • PARK SERIES: camber, regular to wider feet • FLAT PARK: absolutely no camber, flat, regular to wider feet • VITA PARK: camber, narrow to regular feet, light to regular rider • YUSAKU PARK: 152 only, team rider’s specialty top sheet

Board

Effective Edge

Tip & Tail Length

Waist

Nose & Tail Width

Stance

Park 134

102

679

Park 142

108

719

16

21.9

25.6

45->57

17.1

23.2

27.1

50->62

Park 146

110.89

Park 150

113.93

739.36

17.55

23.9

27.91

51->63

759.62

18.04

24.5

28.67

Park 152

115.45

51->63

769.7

18.28

24.9

29.05

Yusaku 152

115.45

52->64

769.7

18.28

24.9

29.05

52->64

Park 154

Park 156

116.97

779.9

18.52

25.2

29.43

52->64

118.49

790

18.76

25.5

29.82

Park 158

53->65

120.01

800

19

25.8

30.2

Flat Park 150

113.93

70

759.62

18.04

24.5

28.67

51->63

Flat Park 152

115.45

70

769.7

18.28

24.9

29.05

52->64

Flat Park 154

116.97

72.5

779.9

18.52

25.2

29.43

52->64

Flat Park 156

118.49

72.5

790

18.76

25.5

29.82

53->65

Flat Park158

120.01

72.5

800

19

25.8

30.2

54->66

Vita 135

103

680

16.1

21.7

25.6

45->57

Vita 143

109

720

17

23.0

27.1

50->62

Vita 147

112

750

17.5

23.7

27.8

51->63

Vita 151

115

760

18

24.3

28.6

52->64

Vita 153

117

770

18.2

24.6

29

52->64

Secondary Sidecut Contact

54->66

all measurements are in centimeters

“The Park Series killed it on my last day in late April—inches of fresh, sunny, beers, great friends, Seymour, ally-oops on the FS hip and BIG smiles..... -Paul Welters, Fluid Boardshop.


PARK

FLAT PARK

PARK BASES

YUSAKU PARK

VITA PARK

VITA PARK BASES

“A rider driven & owned company is rare these days. One with their own factory is unheard of. Snowboarding has really changed over the years; Signal’s concept is why I started riding in the first place... To me, Signal means snowboarding & coffee!”

“The Park Series is all I need for rails, park and street. SIGNAL is by far my favourite brand out there…. Can they make a cheeseburger graphic?....”

“Signal is doing it right with a homegrown, truly rider-owned company that is all about having fun and gettin’ out shredding!”

- Mike Thienes, The Youth Shelter Supply & Bald E-Gal Productions

- Conor Copithorn, Xtreme Adrenaline, SK

- Mike Eichorn, Signal Rockies Rep


ROCKER GEOMETRY

For 2012, we’ve given you even more reasons to rock! WIth the newest addition of the Rocker Light, you choose your degree of lift, size and proportion from this line of ROCKERS. What you need to know about the Park Rocker Series boards: • Signal’s own Three-Stage Park Rocker’s unique design: Stage One is continuous contact. This creates a level board through the bindings. It allows you to hold an edge without catching one. Stage One acts as a small board when you stand flat over this section. Stage Two rolls up ten degrees into Stage Three, the ‘flat spot’. Stage Two creates a pivot point when transferring from the level— or flat—area between the bindings and the ‘flat spot’ of Stage Three. Stage Two also acts as a secondary contact point when you are carving • “Standard Profile” Poplar core, which is thicker between the feet and tapers out as it reaches the nose and tail. There is no need for extra tapering as the nose and tail are already in the air because of the Rocker that starts at your feet • Nylon 8210 top for softer torsion flex • Durasurf sintered base • Triaxial glass top and bottom • Carbon stringer tip to tail • Rock on! SIGNAL ROCKER: 3 stage rocker, 10 degrees lift, regular to wide waists ROCKER LIGHT: 3 stage rocker, 5 degrees lift, regular to wide waists VITA ROCKER: 3 stage rocker, 10 degrees lift, regular to narrow waists

Board

Effective Edge

Secondary Sidecut Contact

Vita Rocker 135

103

72

680

Vita Rocker 143

109

72

720

Vita Rocker 147

112

78

Vita Rocker 151

115

80

Vita Rocker 153

117

80

Tip & Tail Length

Waist

Nose & Tail Width

Stance

16.1

21.7

25.6

45->57

17

23.0

27.1

50->62

750

17.5

23.7

27.8

51->63

760

18

24.3

28.6

52->64

770

18.2

24.6

29

52->64

Rock 148

112

78

740

17.5

23.7

27.8

52->64

Rock 152

115

79

760

18

24.3

28.6

53->65

Rock 154

117

79

770

18.2

24.6

29

53->65

Rock 156

118

79

770

18.47

24.6

29

54->66

Rock 158

119

79

780

18.7

24.9

29.3

54->66

Rock light 148

112

77

740

17.5

23.7

27.8

52->64

Rock light 152

115

77

760

18

24.3

28.6

53->65

Rock light 154

117

77

770

18.2

24.6

29

53->65

Rock light 156

118

78

770

18.47

24.6

29

54->66

Rock light 158

119

78

780

18.7

24.9

29.3

54->66

all measurements are in centimeters

“My time with the Signal Family has been less like work and more like an adventure.”

“Simply Cool”

- Meg Smith, Graphics Specialist, Signal Snowboards

- Pan Zichao , Exdo Store in China “Super stooopendis!” - Matt Guess Signal Team Rider

“I love that I can call two of my idols— Matt Hammer or Dave Lee— and just chat about whatever. Signal is the company where anyone can call the owner and actually have them answer or go and build your own board.” - Paul Kelly, Signal Alaska Rep


ROCKER

ROCKER BASE

ROCKER LIGHT

ROCKER LIGHT BASE

VITA ROCKER

VITA ROCKER BASE

“Funnest snowboards ever, nuff said.”

“.....the NEW ROCKER LIGHT is amazing! you can slash pillow lines, front board the down rails like butter and take it off the biggest jump in the park...”

“I am the new guy here. So far, it feels like I am taking some fresh turns with old friends - just natural.”

“Signals are by far the best boards you can buy. Hand made in Cali down to the core. No over seas bullsh*t. Why would you buy anything else?”

- Nick Brewer, Signal Team Rider

–Sheldon VanSchagen, Canadian Signal Team Rider

- Mark “Sparky” Williams, Signal Mid West Rep

- Austen Granger, Signal Team Rider


OMNI WAVELENGTH GEOMETRY Board

Effective Edge

Secondary Sidecut Contact

150

115

73

740

153

117

74.5

755

156

120

76

156 Dave

120

76

156 wide

118

159

122

162

162 wide

Tip & Tail Length

Waist

Nose & Tail Width

Stance

18.1/17.1

24.0

28.2

52->64 (1 back)

18.5/17.5

24.3

28.7

53->65 (1 back)

770

18.9/17.9

24.8

29.3

54->66 (1 back)

770

18.9/17.9

24.8

29.3

54->66 (1 back)

76

760/720

18.47

25.5

30.4

54->66 (1 back)

77

785

19.2/18.2

25.3

29.9

55->67 (1 back)

124

78.5

800

19.6/18.6

25.8

30.4

56->68 (1 back)

124

78.5

800/760

19.42

26.2

31.2

56->68 (1 back)

all measurements are in centimeters

This hybrid opens up your mind in the park and powder. Camber between your feet with Rocker on the tip and tail. Ride the Wavelength! “A Signal snowboard will change your life, seriously.”

What you need to know about the Omni Wavelength boards: • All things to all mountain riders! Rocker and camber blended together create Wavelength technology • Camber between your feet • Five degree Rocker from your feet out to the tip and tail • Rocker keeps your nose up in powder while the camber provides edge control while you carve • The transition point provides an additional contact point that engages even before the edge • Less surface area on the snow equals a faster board! • Directional and a twin board. It’s directional in the sense that the nose is longer than the tail. Twin in the sense that the tip and tail widths are identical • Radial sidecut meets at the center of the board • Poplar cores with “Standard Profile” • Biaxial glass top and bottom • Durasurf sintered base material • Matte Nylon 8210 tops • Carbon torsion bars • The 156 OMNI is also available in a special Dave Colorway •

- Peter Benchetler, Signal Team Rider

- Leea Tanaka, Signal Snowboards CSR

“Signal to me represents the future direction of our shred culture....from snowboards to coffee it signifies the positive side of our industry.” - Morrison Hsieh, Woodward at Copper

OMNI: rocker and camber combined, regular to wide waists DAVE OMNI: 156 only, team rider’s specialty top sheet

“I love working at Signal. Every single person I have met so far has been nothing but great!!”

“In these days where snowboard brands are run by accountants and multi national conglomerates Signal stands out like a beacon. Its whole existence comes from the passion of snowboarding— from the way the boards ride to the enthusiasm of Dave and the rest of the crew— Signal is all about one thing and that one thing is the love of snowboarding. With so much passion in the brand, communicating the Signal story to customers is super easy. Once they understand what Signal is all about people just want to become part of it.” - Jeremy Sladen, UK Distributor, Snowboard Asylum


OMNI

DAVE OMNI

OMNI BASES

“...the OMNI board floats in the POW like NO OTHER! This board is ready to rip anything in any snow condition.

“The Signal Omni is one of the most amazing snowboards I have ever ridden, handmade by snowboarders in California.... it doesn’t get much better then that!!!”

“Snowboards that ride and are built the way they’re supposed to...”

“The Omni can BS nose press on any down rail in Whistler, and that thing presses so smoothly. It’s got a ton of pop. In the same day you can hit a triple stash pillow line and just float in the powder. It’s GREAT! gnarly kinks to DEEP Whistler slashes in the same day.”

- Paul Bussey, Stuntwood boardshop, BC.

- KC Myron, Tait’s Boardshop in Tahoe

- Damion Lee, Signal New Zealand

- Barry Hartman, SIgnal Canadian Team Rider


OG GEOMETRY Board

Effective Edge

Tip & Tail Length

Waist

Nose & Tail Width

Stance

151

115

780/740

18

24.3

28.6

52 -> 64 (1 back)

151 Jake

115

153

117

780/740

18

24.3

28.6

52 -> 64 (1 back)

790/750

18.2

24.6

29

153 Hammer

52 -> 64 (1 back)

117

790/750

18.2

24.6

29

155

52 -> 64 (1 back)

118

790/750

18.47

24.6

29

52 -> 64 (1 back)

155 wide

118

760/720

18.47

25.5

30.4

52 -> 64 (1 back)

157

119

800/760

18.7

24.9

29.3

52 -> 64 (1 back)

159

121

811/770

18.95

25.2

29.7

52 -> 64 (1 back)

159 Dufficy

121

811/770

18.95

25.2

29.7

52 -> 64 (1 back)

159 wide

121

780/740

18.95

26.2

31.2

52 -> 64 (1 back)

163

124

830/790

19.42

25.2

29.7

52 -> 64 (1 back)

163 wide

124

800/760

19.42

26.2

31.2

52 -> 64 (1 back)

The Original Series always carries the creative torch. Hand painted top sheets and Flotsam and Jetsam bases make this series one of a kind. The OG series is our most progressive flex pattern and built for high speeds, big air or the more advanced rider.

Sidecut

all measurements are in centimeters

What you need to know about the OG boards: • All-mountain freestyle board • Lightweight, directional, and torsionally responsive • Triaxial glass on the top and bottom of the core • Stance options for each OG are set back one centimeter • Dual independent sidecut is centered off the inserts and meets at the waist • We hand paint each OG top sheet. No two are the same • Flotsam and Jetsam Bases. We utilize reconstituted base material for new manufacture • One-of-a-kind with many different base combinations • Twin shape • Sintered base material • Poplar core with “Mountain Profile”• Carbon stringer tip to tail • Nylon 8210 Top sheets • OG: camber, all-mountain boards, regular to wide waists DUFF OG: 159 only, team rider’s specialty top sheet JAKE OG: 151 only, team rider’s specialty top sheet HAMMER OG: 153 only, team rider’s specialty top sheet

“Signal is the fusion of purpose and passion. You feel it when you hold a board in your hand. The brand and boards are human.” - Wes Youssi, Graphic Designer / Founder M80 Design

“Signal’s OG Board lets me express my style of riding! “ - Nick Sibayan, Signal Team Rider

“It’s inspiring to see how well Signal has done, sticking to what they hold dear. The brand embodies what i’ve loved growing up and still love about snowboarding.” - Anthony Manfredi , Transworld Snowboarding Magazine


OG

JAKE OG

DUFF OG

HAMMER OG

FLOTSAM & JETSAM OG BASES

“We’re a big family. It’s always a comfortable feeling being around everyone because you know they have your back through thick and thin. It reminds me of riding back in the day with all my homies. It’s the same feeling, with a lot more respect and appreciation.”

“Signal is a pure snowboarding brand! It is hand made in California by snowboarders for snowboarders!!!! The boards are unbelievably snappy and have the perfect flex. Signal is the Sh*t!! No real rider can say anything bad about Signal because it is made for riders, only for riders!! Signal represents the passion of snowboarders; they have the most unique innovation and the most beautiful chemistry in the industry!!!”

- Chris Dufficy, Signal Team Rider

- Gab, KGB, Signal Quebec Rep


ROCKER

ROCKER LIGHT

VITA ROCKER

OMNI

DAVE OMNI

OG

HAMMER OG

DUFF OG

JAKE OG

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

VITA PARK

x

FLAT PARK

x

PARK

11.12 BOARD CHART

YUSAKU PARK

DETAILS & DESCRIPTIONS

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

CORES POPLAR STANDARD PROFILE PARK PROFILE MOUNTAIN PROFILE

x

x

x

x

FIBERGLASS BIAXIAL/BIAXIAL

x

x

x

x

TRIAXIAL/TRIAXIAL

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

TOPS SILKSCREENED SUBLIMATED

x

x

x

HANDPAINTED GLOSS

x

x

x

x

MATTE

x x

x

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

BASES SINTERED

x

x

x

x

DIECUT

x

x

x

x

SILKSCREENED

x

x

x x

SUBLIMATED

x

x

x

x x

STIFFER

x

x

x

x

x

x

STANCE

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

BACK OF CENTER

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

SHAPE TWIN

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

DIRECTIONAL TECHNOLOGY CAMBER

x

x

x

ROCKER

x

FLAT

x

x

x

WAVELENGTH

x

x

x

x

SIDECUT RADIAL DIRECTIONAL

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

Camber: This measurement is taken when your board is on a flat surface. The space between the surface and the mid point of the bow of your board is the camber. The taller the camber, the harder it presses on your sidecut. The camber also assists you in springing off of one edge and moving to the other. Your board’s camber should be proportionate to its sidecut and your weight. Rocker : Rocker is the lifting of the contact points off the snow creating easier edge to edge turns and float in powder. We have all seen Rocker make a strong comeback over the last few years. Originally this technology came from the 80’s to keep your board floating in powder. But now with all the advancements in riding and board building technology Rocker has taken on a whole new purpose. Signal’s Rockers are flat through the bindings and then roll up into a 5 degree or 10 degree rise. The versatility and ease make it a choice that is great for beginners as well as the pros. Wavelength Technology: Signal’s OMNI Wavelength made it’s debut in 2008. This hybrid came from the simple concept of taking our favorite camber board and adding slight rocker to the tip and tail. We call it the “Gateway Board”. For those who love camber and are interested in Rocker, but are not willing to give up the control at speed. For these people Wavelength is the choice! The OMNI Wavelength has camber through the middle of the board with light 5 degree Rocker through the tip and tail. It is a fan favorite!

Tip and Tail Length: This is an important measurement to know for the style of riding you prefer. The longer tip measurement, the more the board is built to float on deeper snow. The more equal the measurements, the more equal riding your board will have.

x x

MEDIUM

CENTERED

Sidecut: This is what makes your turn. How sharp you turn will be determined by how deep the sidecut is. The smaller the radius, the sharper your board will turn. A larger radius will allow your board to ride faster. Some boards have more than one sidecut. When a board has more than one sidecut, the turning is initiated by the first sidecut and followed through by the latter.

Torsion or Torsional Strength: This is how strong your board is from side to side as it twists.

FLEX SOFTER

Effective Edge: This is the edge of your board that you ride on. When your board is flat on the ground and then tipped to the side, the points that touch the ground are the beginning and end of the effective edge. This number is more important to know than your overall length because even though there are many 155 boards, not all share the same effective edge.

x

BIAXIAL/TRIAXIAL

CARBON STRINGERS

NOTES

Overall Length: This measurement is taken from the tip to the tail running along the base including the tip and tail.

x

x

x

x

Waist Width: This number relates directly to the size of your foot. You always want to have your feet centered over the waist of your board as much as possible. Sintered and Extruded Base Material: These terms describe two very different types of bases, as well as the processes that create them. Sintered base material is tighter, denser and harder. It has smaller pores and needs to be maintained often so that wax can reach the pores deeper into the board. Extruded base material is less dense and has larger pores. It requires less maintenance than sintered material and can be repaired much easier. Sublimation and Silkscreening: These are types of printing processes. Even these can affect the flex of your board and how it rides . Sublimated materials are stiffer due to the process used in its construction. With this process inks are cooked right into the material. Silkscreened topsheets are more flexible because the material is less dense. With this process inks are applied in very thin layers to the backside or the frontside of the material. Resin: An often overlooked ingredient of a snowboard, but one of the most important, resin is the glue that holds it all together. When fiberglass is used in a snowboard it is only strong when pulled. But when you are riding your board you are not only pulling but pushing as well. Resin handles all the pushing and compression that you require from your board. It is also important to know that not all resin is created equally. Low quality resin is often used by some companies as a way to cut down costs on many low priced snowboards.

“...SIGNAL Snowboards is a great company/crew to be apart of. Everyone involved is here for the right reasons. Very few brand owners work in their own factory pressing boards & design new constructions with their team. Not to mention the best COFFEE around!! Support the rider owned brands…” –Yours truly, Phil George, SIgnal BC Rep

“I love the clarity of Signal. Dream it, Build it, Ride it and most importantly — Share it!” - Dave Lee, Brand Director, Signal Snowboards


Centra Jacket • SKU 4020 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability •100% Nylon Solid Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Screenprint Back • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Attached Powder Skirt • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Elastic Cuff Loops • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

“Working with Signal makes my Vocation my Vacation! It’s a pleasure building a Signal family and working with so many rad people all over the world!” - Dan Thorden, Signal International Sales Director

Grape

Antique White

Shadow

Pacific


Vert Jacket

Elm Jacket

• SKU 4021 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Solid Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Screenprint Front/ Back • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Attached Powder Skirt • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Elastic Cuff Loops • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

• SKU 4022 • Inspired by Jake Olson-Elm • Slim Fit • 10K / 10K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Polyester Stretch Twill Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Screenprint Front/ Back • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Elastic Cuff Loops • Self Ticket Holder • S-XL

“Signal is home for me.” - Jake Olson-Elm, Signal Team Rider

Electric Orange

Acacia

Black

Aqua

Black

Shadow


Horizon Jacket • SKU 4023 • Regular Fit •10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability •100% Polyester Print Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Media Pocket • Detachable Powder Skirt • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Lycra Hand Gaiters • Goggle cloth • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

Mod Jacket • SKU 4025 • Inspired by Matt Hammer • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Oxford Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • 80gm Polyfill Insulation • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Magnetic Center Front Closure • Media Pocket • Detachable Powder Skirt • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood w/ Stand-Up Collar • Lycra Hand Gaiters • Goggle cloth • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

“To me Signal is a movement; memories and dedication that makes me smile.” - Benjamin Zlachevsky, Signal Distributor, Chile

Black Stripe

Dark Brown Stripe

Elmwood Stripe

Pacific Stripe

Buckhorn

Elmwood

Dark Brown

Wine


BC Jacket • SKU 4029 • Inspired by Chris Dufficy • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Colorblocked Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • 80gm Polyfill Insulation • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Media Pocket • Detachable Powder Skirt • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Lycra Hand Gaiters • Goggle cloth • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

Beacon Down • SKU 4014 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Twill Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • 220gm Down Insulation • Icon Screenprint Back • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Magnetic Center Front Closure • Media Pocket • Detachable Powder Skirt • Critically Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Lycra Hand Gaiters • Goggle cloth • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

“When traveling for my job, I am always happily surprised how the Signal message seems to translate in every language.” –Marc Wierenga, Director of Marketing, Signal Snowboards

Dark Brown

Antique White

Pacific

Dark Olive

India Ink

Shadow

Tortoise


Gradient Jacket • SKU 4015 • Inspired by Matt Hammer • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Print Polyester Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • 80gm Polyfill Insulation • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Pit Zips • Mid Panel Pocket w/ Hidden Zip Entry • Media Pocket • Detachable Powder Skirt • Fully Taped Seams • Attached Adjustable Hood • Lycra Hand Gaiters • Goggle cloth • D Ring Ticket Holder • S-XL

“Doing what I love with the people I love! Signal is a passion” - Matt Hammer, Team, Media, Coffee Roaster, Signal Snowboards

Blue Gradient

Red Gradient


Radar Pant

RC Pant

• SKU 6017 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Solid Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Rear Pockets w/ Zip Entry and Flaps • Inner/Outer Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Butt Patch • Critically Taped Seams • Adjustable Waistband • Leg Gaiter w/ Gripper Elastic • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Hem Zipper Vents • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

• SKU 6016 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Solid Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Side Cargo Pockets w/ Zip Entry and Flaps • Rear Welt Pockets w/ Zip Entry and Flaps • Inner/Outer Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Butt Patch • Critically Taped Seams • Adjustable Waistband • Leg Gaiter w/ Gripper Elastic • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Hem Zipper Vents • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

“For me Signal is all about a community of friends coming together around our love for snowboarding. It is basically a collaboration between our team, customers and designers to create the gear we want to ride on and in every day.”

“Thanks to Signal I am no longer overweight and addicted to World of Warcraft. Signal gave me the confidence to finally get an online girlfriend.”

- Chris Miller, Signal Outerwear Designer

- Matt Cunha, Signal New England Rep

Arctic

Acacia

Black

Tortoise

Electric Orange

Pacific

Grape

Antique White

Shadow

Aqua


Cascade Pant

Soho Pant

• SKU 6018 • Inspired by Chris Dufficy and Matt Hammer • Baggy Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Oxford Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Drawcord at Back Legs for Length Adjustability • Side Internal Cargo Pockets w/ Zip Entry and Magnetic Flap Closure • Rear Welt Pockets w/ Zip Entry with Magnetic Flap Closure • Additional Hidden Zip and Front Welt Pockets • Inner Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Butt Patch • Critically Taped Seams • Adjustable Waistband • Leg Gaiter w/ Gripper Elastic • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Hem Zipper Vents • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

• SKU 6019 • Inspired by Jake Olson-Elm • Skinny Fit • 10K /10K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Polyester Stretch Twill Shell • No Lining • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Rear Pockets w/ Hidden Zip Entry • Inner Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Fully Taped Seams • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Hem Zipper Vents • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

“Signal is always “BARI-SAN” everywhere.” (BARI-SAN means “spreading the very strong messages“) - Tadashi, Signal Japan

Elmwood

Wine

Buckhorn

Dark Brown

Black

Black

Shadow


Canyon Pant

Canyon Insulated Pant

• SKU 6013 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Solid Polyester Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Side Bellow Cargo Pockets w/ Zip Entry plus Snap Flaps • Rear Welt Pockets w/ Zip Entry plus Snap Flaps • Additional Hidden Zip Front Pocket • Inner/Outer Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Butt Patch • Critically Taped Seams • Adjustable Waistband • Leg Gaiter w/ Gripper Elastic • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

• SKU 6014 • Regular Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Twill Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • 80gm Polyfill Insulation • Hand Warmer Front Pockets w/ Zip Entry • Side Bellow Cargo Pockets w/ Zip Entry plus Snap Flaps • Rear Welt Pockets w/ Zip Entry plus Snap Flaps • Additional Hidden Zip Front Pocket • Inner/Outer Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Butt Patch • Critically Taped Seams • Adjustable Waistband • Leg Gaiter w/ Gripper Elastic • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

“Why signal? Because is not just a brand it’s a philosophy! The result of tons of effort embodied in a great product!” - Guillermo at Sancheski, Signal Spain

Acacia Blur

Shadow Blur

Black

Dark Olive

Shadow


Cooper Pant • SKU 6010 • Boot Cut Fit • 10K / 8K Waterproof / Breathability • 100% Nylon Oxford Shell • Nylon/Poly Lining • Hand Warmer Side Pockets w/ Hidden Zip Entry • Rear Pockets w/ Hidden Zip Entry • Internal Side Welt Cargos w/ Zip Entry • Hidden Zip Coin Pocket • Inner/Outer Leg Vents w/ Mesh • Rivit Pocket Details • Critically Taped Seams • Adjustable Waistband • Leg Gaiter w/ Gripper Elastic • Brushed Tricot Interior Waistband • Reinforced Hem • D Ring Ticket Holder • Articulated Knee Construction • S-XL

Sand

Black

Dark Brown


Fader Beanie

Solid Beanie

• SKU 8004 • 100% Acrylic • Machine Knit • Dip Dyed Color • One Size

• SKU 8005 • 100% Acrylic • Machine Knit • One Size

Acacia

Brown

Acacia

Black

SIGNAL SNOW BOARDS

Red Clay

Made in the USA

“Signal Rocks! Love Rock inspired graphic”. - David Uehara, Signal Japan

TEES & FLEECE

“Signal Snowboards is a way of living with BIG dedication for snowboarding,traveling and developing. If you turn the Beacon upside down, it’s a symbol for a smile and that’s what you have with a Signal under your feet!”

ROCKER TEE

SKELLIE TEE

• Inspired from Rocker graphics • Assorted colors • Available in short sleeve and fleece • S - XL

• Inspired from Jake OG graphic • Assorted colors • Available in short sleeve and fleece • S - XL

- Richard Van Kippersluis, Signal Europe

AL

N SIG

OWL TEE

LOGO TEE

PARK TEE

POCKET TEE

• Inspired by Yusaku Park graphic • Assorted colors • Available in short sleeve and fleece •S - XL

• SIgnal logo on center chest •Assorted colors • Available in short sleeve and fleece • S - XL

• Inspired from Park graphic • Assorted colors • Available in short sleeve and fleece • S - XL

• Signal label stripes on front pocket • Assorted colors • Available in short sleeve and fleece • S - XL


CLOTHING SIZE CHART

NOTES

“Making something out of nothing is a good day’s work. And a good life’s goal.” 11.12 SIZE CHART

SMALL

MEDIUM

LARGE

XLARGE

CHEST

36 - 38 inches

39 - 41 inches

42 - 44 inches

45 - 47 inches

WAIST

28 - 31 inches

30 - 33 inches

33 - 35 inches

36 - 39 inches

31 inches

32 inches

33 inches

34 inches

INSEAM

- Kellie Talbot, Art Director Signal Snowboards

NOTES

“It is nice to see a company who puts such a personal touch on show boarding in an age of “Make the dollars, not the quality” thinking. I am proud to be involved with a company who does it by hand in California, the right way. All passion, All heart!” - Brett Whitley, Signal Czech Rep

“It’s really hard to find a brand that gives a sh*t about how, why, and where they make their boards, while having fun doing it. If you don’t believe me just search them on YouTube!” - Mark Strang, Toronto Canada Rep

“Signal Snowboard’s business model is everything I love and respect about snowboards and snowboarding. An all American made brand that is owner operated and driven. Lots of heart, soul and passion go into every board built in Huntington Beach, CA by people who actually snowboard. Signal is the real deal. “ -Todd Roberts I ZJ Boarding House, CA - USA


We are Roasting up delicious coffee Mammoth Lakes, California courtesy of Matt Hammer. Matt has been a pro snowboarder for over 13 years and in the coffee industry for 11 years. On any given day, Matt will hole up inside the roasting facility and toast the beans to perfection. Then he’ll step outside onto a chair lift at one of the world’s greatest mountains. Mammoth is not only one of the progression capitols for snowboarding, it also provides the perfect atmosphere for roasting coffee. All of our coffees are grown at an altitude from 5000-8000ft so what could be better than to roast them at that same altitude. Roasting at 8000 feet also produces a great temperature and flame control with in the roaster allowing for a cleaner more precise roast each and every time. We roast in small batches so that we have greater quality control over the finished product. Think about this. Most coffee company’s roast between 300lbs and 600lbs at a time, w hich is all controlled by a computer and very rarely seen by a human before it reaches its buyer in the supermarket. We roast 10lbs at a time. This allows us to control each bean while it’s being roasted. We also hand check each and every bean before it’s bagged. Just one bad bean can damage a whole bag of coffee. If you’re going to use the top 1% of coffee in the world you should do it right. And we do. When you join the Coffee of the Month Club, you get coffee delivered to your door, a Signal Coffee Newsletter and monthly emails keeping you up-to-date with all the folks who make this stuff. Our Coffees: Signal Choice. This is Signal’s Choice—what we’re drinking right now. It’s what Signal employees are drinking this month. Variety in every delivery with notes from the roaster! Espresso. This four-bean blend comes from different regions around the world. You will taste the bold richness and smooth aftertaste in a straight shot, cappuccino or latte. Velvet Hammer. A must have for coffee enthusiasts! The Velvet Hammer throws down a smack, but in a smooth and velvet sort of way. This Guatemalan Quezaltenango is gentle, complex and it’s bright and nutty—just like Matt Hammer. HappiLee. Happilee is Signal’s French Roast. Two of our South American coffees are roasted to produce a full, dark flavor. It’s rich, deep, full-bodied and it makes Dave very happy. Dave Lee + Happy = Happilee Duffinated. More often than not, Chris Dufficy is full of caffeine and that’s why we call this Colombian Supremo Duffinated! Supremo beans are larger than other beans ( and that’s exactly how Chris likes his outerwear to fit, so it’s a perfect match ). Each cup is full-bodied, rich and has a nutty flavor.

Coffee is as much a part of lives as snowboarding. We pursue our passions whole heartedly. It’s all ways about doing what we love.

www.signalcoffee.com


NOTES

“We love them cause the boards are made by humans not by machines. We like them because they do not have NASA`s technology, but they have a soul.” - Marek Kurzeja, Signal Polish Distributor, Company- Snow 4 Life

“Signal Snowboards are made in their own factory in Huntington Beach. Not many companies nowadays produce their own boards. Also everything is made from riders for riders. If the snwoboarding industry would be run by more companys like Signal Snowboards we all would be better off.” - Alex Krapf from Park & Ride, Germany


www.signalsnowboards.com SIGNAL SNOWBOARDS & OUTERWEAR 5302 Oceanus Drive Huntington Beach, California 92649 714.899.4055 management@signalsnowboards.com SIGNAL SNOWBOARDS & OUTERWEAR ( Europe ) De Corridor 12 d 3621 ZB Breukelen The Netherlands +31 6 43 89 70 99 europe@signalsnowboards.com


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