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Welcome to the wonderful world of snowboarding! We are delighted to assist you in making the right choice among various snowboards, boots, bindings, or other snowboard-related items. Make the most of your next skiing trip with the snowboarding gear that suits you best!


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What is an all-mountain snowboard? plus-icon

An all-mountain snowboard is a versatile type of snowboard that is designed to perform on various terrains and in diverse conditions on the mountain. It is suitable for snowboarders who enjoy exploring the entire mountain and adapting to different riding styles, such as freeriding, groomer runs, and even a bit of freestyle.

Why choose an all-mountain snowboard? plus-icon

There are several reasons why you might choose an all-mountain snowboard, depending on your interests and riding style. If you prefer versatility, all-around performance, diversity, and ease of learning, then an all-mountain snowboard is a good choice.

What is the cost of an all-mountain snowboard? plus-icon

The price of an all-mountain snowboard can vary depending on various factors such as the brand, quality, technologies used, and any additional features. Generally, the prices of all-mountain snowboards range between €300 and €800. However, there are also cheaper or more expensive options available depending on your budget and the specific features you are looking for.

What is the best all-mountain snowboard? plus-icon

Determining the best all-mountain snowboard is subjective and depends on individual preferences, riding style, and experience level. However, there are several all-mountain snowboards that are generally well-rated and popular among snowboarders.

How long should an all-mountain snowboard be? plus-icon

The length of an all-mountain snowboard depends on various factors, including your height, weight, riding style, and preferences. Generally, an all-mountain snowboard is selected to be approximately 20cm below body weight.