Ida O. Johnsen Snowboards February 24th, 2018 - 16:42:54
So if you are looking for that shorter lighter weight snowboard that will help you to improve your maneuverability then a mini snowboard is the way to go especially for the snowboarding parks. They can help you to up your game and to shine above the competition. You may have a small board but the impact will be large. You will definitely command the attention when you are performing the best tricks of your life because you dont have that added weight or the length of a normal snowboard to worry about. Your versatility and maneuverability will improve with the smaller snowboard and you will be able to make those tight turns and quick little flips and tricks that are sure to make you stand out among your competition. The smaller snowboard may take some time for you to get used to; however once you have tried the smaller snowboard for playing in the park you might not ever want to go back to its full grown companion.
This belief has developed some of the most iconic technology to hit the slopes. Ideas that come from the slopes rather than in an office has been the driving force for Bataleon Snowboards creators and is the future of how snowboarding is being developed. These Bataleon switchback bindings have been developed by riders for riders so we can expect a host of new design features that add to the performance on the slopes. There are many brands that produce new snowboarding equipment and clothing but none of them have the influence that Bataleon have on the snowboarding world. Their ground breaking technology is the standard bearer for all snowboards and these new snowboard bindings look set to push the same boundaries and influence other brands in the development and design of snowboarding equipment. We all look forward to the new season and what can be achieved with this latest development from Bataleon.
And it is always vital to a company to have great riders because the feedback they provide can help the company really take it to the next level. But the bottom line with snowboards any company or line is that it is the rider who determines whether or not the board is any good. You can make the argument that almost any snowboard company is good so long as they make boards that fit their niche. Roxys niche is the lady boarder looking for a quality board maybe one with some appealing graphics. If you like the look you have to ride one. Thats the only way you can really know if the board works for you. A Roxy snowboard is just like any other snowboard you can fall off it or you can fall in love with it. Sometimes its both.
A con about buying used snowboards is that you wont get to pick your own design. Of course used ones are the ones the previous owner having the board with their design but if youre starting off that wont matter much since youre just experimenting and testing to see what kind of board is right for you when you start off with this sport. As time goes on you have more experience and a good feel of what is good and bad for you in a board and then you can invest in a new snowboard for you since snowboards are not cheap when they are brand new. But remember like I said there are always discounts lurking around. You just have to find them. For beginners like I said in the earlier articles you want a short board just like freestylers since it will be easy for you to maneuver. Also boot size is also important when picking out a used snowboard since not all boards are the same sizes. You dont want your toes and heels to be grinding against the snow when you ride. Itll be a pain in the ass.