The Snurfer was the predecessor of the snowboard. It was a monoski, ridden like
a snowboard, but like a skateboard or surfboard, it had no binding. According ...
Grab a rope and get your bindingless Snurfing on! Riding a Snurfer is easy and
fun-it. A chance to play outside and enjoy even the lightest dusting of snow, ...
Feb 5, 2009 ... Nothing against the mighty market-clever snowboard, but it does not snurf.
May 6, 2009 ... This footage is amazing. Many people claim to be the starters of snowboarding
but have no physical evidence. After searching for the earliest ...
Snurfer Boards, Manchester Center, Vermont. 1317 likes · 2 talking about this · 2
were here. Originally created in 1965 by Sherman Poppen, Vew-Do...
Note that the SNURFER name on the board is now trademarked. Sherm Poppen,
a local business owner, displays three prototypes of his creation - the Snurfer.
Feb 10, 2015 ... The Snurfer, a precursor to the snowboard, has been revived by Vermont's Brew
Moscarello for low-tech, back-to-basics backyard fun.
Nov 18, 2015 ... When Sherman Poppen invented the Snurfer® in 1965, he created an iconic
brand that holds a foundational place in snowboard history.
Nov 27, 2014 ... Debuting in 1965, the Snurfer is essentially a small surf board for snow with a
string attached to make turns by lifting the front end. It went on to ...
Jun 5, 2012 ... The Snurfer was invented on Christmas Day in 1965, when Poppen's pregnant
wife, Nancy, wanted their two daughters, Wendy and Laurie, ...