It can be very enjoyable. It can get expensive and it can also be quite costly to buy a board, or to just start snowboarding. We’ve gathered the most affordable deals on snowboarding, so there is something for everyone. Don’t miss our guide to the best snowboard bindings.
Burton Cartographer Snowboard — 329 USD, Was $470
Burton Cartographer Snowboards are great for beginners. The Dualzone EGD provides outstanding hold and responsiveness while still being strong. This is a fantastic daily rider and if you like to get some air. The 5mm taper makes it easy for turning. It’s medium-weight, with a good price, features and weight.
Rossignol XF Sushi LF Snowboard – $350
The fish shape snowboard is a directional one for freeriding. It’s a great way to relive the old days of riding. The board has a polyurethane layer around it to dampen the ride. Reverse side-cut profiles allow for maneuverability even at lower speeds. This board excels in powder, so it will be a great choice if your passion is plowing snow.
Rossignol XV Sushi Snowboard — 400, Was $500
Xavier De Le Rue, an accomplished and well-known snowboarder is the one who designed this board. It is a cross between Japanese surfing and snow culture. Sushi XV is great in powder. It sinks in enough to provide both control and power, while maintaining a smooth ride. This pro snowboard is for you if you want a high-end board that has a playful edge and aggressive styling.
If you’re looking to get into snowboarding, you might need to buy a board, or just start snowboarding. The Burton Cartographer Snowboard is great for beginners and costs $329 USD. Rossignol XF sushi LF snowboard is a fish shape one for freeriding, poly