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About Snowboards

Though we all learn to snowboard on the bunny hills of mountains, some people aspire to the half-pipe. If that's you, then when you decide to buy a board, go for a Freestyle board. For those content with the speed and skill needed for flying down mountains, a Freeride board is best.When choosing a snowboard, another determination you'll probably want to make as you hone in on a snowboard purchase is how much riding you'll be doing. If you think you'll be in beginning mode for a couple of seasons, it's best to go with an entry-level-type board. These tend to be a little heavier, but that's to help with your stability early on. Expect to drop at least 200 to 300 dollars for an entry-level board. For those who've bought the season pass and expect to be on black diamonds by springtime, you might consider a mid-range or better board. Generally, the better the board, the lighter it is and the higher the price tag, of course. Mid-range boards are generally between 300 and 400 dollars and top-end boards, with their better technology, will go from 400 dollars up.Since boots and bindings are another story, your board purchase from this point will take into account your height, weight, and riding style. The staff at your local board shop can help you determine the exact dimensions. Then comes the fun part where you get to pick the coolest looking board that fits your other criteria. Snowboarders are not afraid to make a statement, so don't hesitate to get one that inspires you, in any way it can, to get down that mountain.