A Buyers Guide to Snowboard Types

November 2, 2017

 

In this video we're going to go through all the different snowboard types and give you some tips from our experience of riding different snowboards over the years. Finding the right type of snowboard will help take your riding in the direction you want. The first type of snowboard is all mountain. All mountain snowboards are typically directional, stiffer and made to maximize your riding all over the mountain. Three snowboards that we are stoked on riding more are the Nobaday Reverence, Ride War Pig and Travis Rice Pro. The next type of snowboard is the park board. Park boards are typically have a twin shape, have a variety of camber and rocker profiles and designed to maximize your ability to learn tricks. The three park and park hybrid snowboards we're stoked on are the Salomon Huck Knife, Lib Tech Skate Banana and the Burton Process. The final type of snowboard is the powder board. Powder boards are specifically designed to keep you floating about the powder. They often have a larger surface area, are direction and have more creative shapes. The three powder snowboards we like are the YES 420, Capita Black Snowboard of Death and the Jones Flagship. Let us know what snowboards you are stoked on for this season in the comments. Thanks for watching!

 

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