Snowboard

Shopping for a new board can be intimidating but fear not, we’ve got all the digs you need to guide you through the process.

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Snowboard Boots

A good pair of boots is one of the most important pieces of equipment in any dialed snowboarding kit. On the mountain they will make your day or break it. Here are a few topics that will help you learn how to choose the best snowboarding boots.

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Snowboard Bindings

Finding a new pair of bindings for your board is like setting two friends up on a blind date — you need to make sure they’ll get along. Your bindings are part of an integrated system that is designed to give you the sickest ride for the terrain that best suits your style.

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Alpine Pack

Backpacks have become high-tech works of art. From features-strapped load-haulers designed for distance backpacking trips to ultralight shoulder-slingers, the options are myriad and choosing the right one can often feel overwhelming.

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Snowboard Pants

There’s a reason people don’t ski in jeans. On the hill, your legs are the most exposed part of your body, so it’s important to have warm, waterproof, breathable pants that fit your style of skiing or riding.

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Snowboard Jacket

Your shell is your skin when you’re outside in the winter. It’s crucial for temperature regulation, weather protection, comfort, and general happiness. And just like your skin, it should shed water, breathe, and fit you just right.

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Midlayer

Many people use all sorts of jackets, vests, sweaters and turtlenecks as mid layers. With a little planning you can accentuate the engineering of your base and shell layers, expand the temperature range of your outfit and minimize the bulk around your body.

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Baselayer

One of the most important pieces of any wilderness adventure and outdoor athletic kit, baselayers dry quickly, transport moisture away from the skin, resist odors, feel great, and last for many years.

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Beanie

Bearing new features and improved materials, beanies have become more than just the knitted winter caps your dad used to wear. Our guide will help you choose the best beanie for your sport and your steeze.

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Snowboarding Helmet

Your helmet is a really cheap insurance policy compared with, say, a major concussion or traumatic head injury. Most helmets are purpose-built for a specific sport.

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Snow Goggles

Bright sun, biting wind, flying chunks of snow, and tree branches are just a few of the reasons skiers and riders wear goggles instead of sunglasses. This guide will help you learn how to choose the best snow goggles for your needs.

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Snow Gloves

Well-made winter gloves protect not only against the cold but also against wind and moisture that cause heat loss and lead to discomfort and eventually frostbite.

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Sunscreen

If you play outdoors and plan to stay outdoors, sunscreen ranks right up there with water and proper attire as a necessity. Basic knowledge about this wondrous protective invention could save you pain and even save your life.

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Headphones

With the right headphones, you can blast The Cure on backcountry slopes, feel Naughty by Nature flow in class IV rapids, and rock out to Ride of the Valkyries while grinding remote single-track.

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