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Snowboards So You Can Carve Up the Mountain
Types of Snowboards
Tips and Expert Advice
Types of Snowboards
Whether you're starting out on the bunny hills or shredding the blacks, riding with the best board that fits your riding level and style will ensure you have a more enjoyable time on the slopes. Find snowboards from Burton, Roxy and other top brands.
There are a variety of all-mountain or all-terrain boards for the boarders that like to shred and explore the mountains backside, groomed terrain, or a park with a park board designed to withstand all of the jumps, turns and grabs you take it on.
When looking to purchase a snowboard, it is first helpful to determine your riding style.
Right foot is more comfortable when you go down the mountain – You're "goofy"
Left foot forward – You're "regular"
"Explore the mountain" type – We have all-terrain or all-mountain boards for you
"Hit the park" type – As the name suggests, park boards are made for you
Before you buy a snowboard, consider what level rider you are:
Beginner – Ride with easy ride boards
Intermediate – Ride with performance boards
Advanced – Ride with high performance boards
Easy Ride Boards – Snowboards for beginners that make getting off the lift and building comfort on your toe-edge and heel-edge easier. A variety of brands make snowboard features great for beginners such as:
A twin shape that make transitioning your ride from one direction to the other easy
Flat and reverse camber designs to help not catch an edge
Performance Boards – Snowboard for Intermediate boarders that still could benefit from features like the twin shape, but are ready to step it up with a directional board.
High Performance Boards – Snowboards for the Advanced rider. Mixed and reverse camber design to conform to the jumps, curves and backside riding you take your board on