We’ve heard it said that if you’re going to get into winter sports, and if you’re new to it, the best sport to pick up is snowboarding.
Skiing can be a challenge and many people think that snowboarding is an easier option as we'd have all been on a skateboard when we were kids and wonder "how different can they be?".
Of course it's much (like, a lot) easier said than done, but as you start to get better at a sport, you start to look at the options of buying your own equipment and start saving on rental fees.
So you're practicing hard, getting better with each outing and all that’s left to do is get your very first snowboard.
This can seem daunting if you're new to snowboarding, but it doesn’t have to be that hard. In fact, we’re going to clear up all the misleading and confusing facts about buying your first snowboard.
We’re going to illuminate the right parts of the board that you need to know, and teach you everything you must understand to head out on the slopes.
But don’t worry. We’re not going to go too in depth. We just want to make sure that you have enough knowledge to buy the right board, strap on and start snowboarding.
You can learn the rest later on. Our goal is to get you out there as fast as possible.
Who knows? Maybe we can share the next chair up.