New This Week

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Hey Crew There is so much going on in the Broken Tree office at the moment it’s kinda hectic. We’ve got Australian hand wear new comers FIST Handwear being uploaded this week along with Sydney icons GeedUp Clothing. FIST Handwear is blowing up and we’re stoked to be involved they will be this weeks featured product! As well as a …

New Fyve Stock Instore

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We’ve been flat out adding new stock to the Broken Tree Online store and last night we managed to add some more stuff from our friends at Fyve. Check out the fresh new 3/4 Pocket tee and a couple of Hoody’s the Camo Hoody is even on Special for $69.00.

FYVE Ski & Snowboard Camp 2013 – Niseko Japan

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FYVE is rapidly gaining popularity as a “Riders’ Own” independent Australian snowboarding enterprise.   FYVE is a boutique company enjoying the freedom of being able to turn over a variety of alternative and individually styled boards that is generally not possible for the more mainstream companies. There are four camps available in the FYVE program which include daily instruction by FYVE …

Fyve Snowboards New Deal!

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The lads at Fyve are keen to wet your whistle by being the first boards available through Broken Tree as the new Web Store is rebuilt. All 3 boards on offer are different Cambers so there should be something to suit most snowboarders and their individual tastes! Check out the Deathstick it’s available in 155, 157 & 159

New Online Partners 5Fyve Snowboards and Skate

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We’re super stoked on signing our latest Online Partners 5Fyve Snowboards & Skate. 16 years ago, the creator of FYVE started on a path that would take him around the world as a sponsored competition snowboarder. The difference between being an average boarder and a good or amazing boarder was THE BOARD and with little or no choice at that time, …