With all the snow that’s been falling across Europe and North America it’s impossible not to get excited about winter, and with all the new 2015 snowboarding gear hitting the shops, now’s the time to start getting kitted out for the season ahead. Every season our favourite brands bring out even ...read more.
Last week 250 British snowboard enthusiasts descended on the (usually) sleepy village of Feichten in the Austrian Alps for a week of snowboard testing, events and parties at Snowboard Spring Break. The village is chosen for its proximity to the Kauntertal Glacier, which is open until the end of May, ...read more.
It’s probably fair to say that the average rider doesn’t spend nearly as much time deliberating over their choice of new bindings as they do over a new board. They are often overlooked as merely being the means of attaching your boots to your board, but there’s a lot more to them than you may think. ...read more.
Female specific snowboards are built for the smaller frame of female shredders and optimise their performance on the hill. While there’s no reason why a woman shouldn’t ride a “men’s” board, and vice versa, slighter women will benefit from the narrower waist, shorter length, lighter, and more ...read more.
Jib snowboards are designed for, well, jibbing! If you spend most of your time in the park, then you’ll want one of these boards, to help you make light work of rails, boxes and all the other fun hits to be found in the park. Jib boards tend to have a rocker profile, and soft flex for pressing. They ...read more.