C3-Shop: Seattle's Only Community Snowboard Shop

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C3 Shop
1400 NW  49th ST. 
Seattle , WA , 98107 United States


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Store is Closed for the Summer. We will reopen in September 2019.

Wednesday 11am - 8pm

Thursday 11am - 8pm

Friday 11am - 8pm

Saturday 11am - 8pm 

Sunday 11am - 6pm

C3 Shop


C3 is the United States distribution for Capita snowboards, Union bindings, and Coal Headwear.  The C3-Shop is our consumer showroom for all your snowboarding and lifestyle needs. We strive for superior customer service and products to match. When you visit the C3 shop you can expect a knowledgeable, like-minded group of humans eager to share their passion for snowboarding and the great outdoors.  

Snowboards, bindings, and headwear are the core ingredients to C3 but we don't stop there.  For companies looking to create a unique look; Coal will work with you to design and distribute a custom line of the highest quality headwear. You can also expect to see all your favorite Spring Break collaborations, Capita and Union soft goods, Dakine gloves, Smith goggles, 32 boots, Crab Grab, and One Ball Jay products. C3 shop offers tunes, waxes and a demo fleet of Capita boards and Union bindings so you can try before you buy. We look forward to seeing you in the shop! 

C3 Worldwide Brands: CAPITA Snowboards, Coal Headwear, Union Bindings
We sell Dakine gloves
We sell Oneball wax
We sell Crab Grab snowboard grip accessories.
We carry a full line ThirtyTwo boots.
We sell Smith Optics snowboard goggles.


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News | Events | Happenings

Butt Snorkeler Bindings Available Now

Butt Snorkeler Bindings Available Now

November 06 2017

The first of our rare Custom House bindings are now available!  With more and more babes on boards these days it's great to see some babes make it onto bindings. ...

Decks From The Crypt

Decks From The Crypt

September 13 2018

Decks From The Crypt went off without a hitch as C3-Shop opened its doors for the 2018/19 snowboard season. With well over 100 people in attendance, there was no shortage...