Which snowboard is right for you?

How to choose your snowboard ?

One rider
               One board 
                                Thousands of options !

It is important to know your skill set & style before buying a snowboard.snowboards

What's your skill level ?

Beginner - Intermediate : You are still learning the basics and probably on visit the pistes once or twice a year. You ride only on piste and make technical mistakes.

Advanced : You are a regular rider & are comfortable on most slopes and snow. You make fewer mistakes & are a confident rider.

Expert : You have a great technique and ride easily anywhere on the mountain.

Define your style:

Freeride : Usually a Directional board designed for riding on soft and fresh snow but that works very well on piste or groomed snow.

Freeride All-Mountain : The board is designed for piste riding, it probably features a directional shape and allows powder & off piste forays.

Freestyle All-Mountain : Freestyle-oriented all-terrain board. Its profile and shape make it perform everywhere on the mountain.

Freestyle : Primarily intended for snow park and tricks, the board is short and light, generally more flexible than average. It allows easy switch riding.

Snowboard Bindings

Choose your snowboard bindings to match your skill level, the board's category and your riding requirements.

Top Tips

Be honest when rating your riding level
Don't forget to maintain your snowboard gear on a regular basis

Here are just a some of the snowboard  brands to choose from - : Apo, Bataleon, Borealis, Burton, Capita, DC, Drake, Gnu, Jones, K2Lib Tech, Lobster, Niche, Nidecker, Nitro, Palmer, Ride, Rome, Roxy, Rossignol, Salomon, Slash, Verdad and Yes! 
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