Stop buying Canadian snowboards on your trips up north to get cheap prescription drugs, and support this Brighton-based outfit, who've just dropped a fresh catalog of versatile handmade boards specifically "designed for New England riders", since they have it a little Ruff-er than the ones out West. Fresh styles include: 1. The District Show the entire world that you call your dad Bomb Pops strictly because you like frozen treats by snagging this poplar wood core number, the bottom of which rocks one of three popsicles (red, yellow, or blue) while the flip side features the finished stick with the words "153 district flavors". 2. The Violator Pimping an aggressive sidecut/ larger width for stability, this board boasts three versions (each showcasing a suit-wearing primate above either the words "HEAR", "SEE", or "SPEAK" NO EVIL) and is built to "give you the confidence to violate any obstacle", although that doesn't mean you should necessarily have sex with that mogul. 3. The Commonwealth This colorful all-in-one jobbie dons a business-casual likeness of a Ron Swanson-esque dude sporting one of three thicknesses of mustache, and is crafted for all conditions with no-rust, stainless edges and a Popple Combo wood core, also the name of an American independent film movement that involves non-scripted, non-professional, white middle class actors chopping down trees the entire time. Because a sick board can only distract from your suspect skills for so long, they also peddle a sweet lineup of hand-printed graphic tees and hoodies, including a black zip-up called Condita 3D (the third dimension is "warmth", naturally) and the Dealer, sporting an etching of a boot hanging on a wire, which in Canadian drug parlance means someone is missing one of their boots, because some total hoser threw it up on a wire.