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Snowboarding is fun, but buying a snowboard can become very stressful if you don’t know what you are looking for. Our website offers a huge selection of boards, but not all snowboards are for everyone. If you need help picking out a snowboard, follow this advice. Just like our vendors, the employees of Sierra Snowboard & Ski test all the snowboards before we buy them. We sell the very best equipment the industry has to offer for different riders, with different, tastes, skill levels and pocket books. Consider your gender, shoe size, weight, skill level, riding style and budget when you pick out a snowboard. The goal of Sierra Snowboard Ski & Patio is to provide our customers with the most up to date and accurate information possible. If at any time, you are confused or need clarification, please email our staff or visit one of our forums and we will respond as quickly as possible.

 
Skill Levels

 

Beginner

Beginner snowboarders come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and back rounds. Beginner snowboarders can range from people who have never snowboarded before, have only rented snowboards, have trouble turning both toe and heal side and average less than 5 days on the hill per season. Snowboards in this class are designed to be rider friendly, meaning they are soft and easy to ride at slow speeds. They will help new riders gain confidence on the slopes as they learn how to control and turn the snowboard. As a side note, even if you have snowboarded several times, but want a board which gives the rider ultimate control and a “safe feeling” on the slopes, pick a board from our beginner category.

 

Intermediate

Intermediate riders at a minimum know how to connect toe and heel side turns. They might have snowboarded only a couple times or have many seasons under their belt. These riders should feel confident on all groomed green and blue runs, and wants to start exploring on some advanced, black diamond runs or off groomed trails. Intermediate boards are designed to take riders who only know the basics

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how do I pay to rent for a week. how do I get it
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  Quote Allconf0607 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/18/2007 at 6:14pm
I found this to be both true AND very helpful. Thanks!
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Hello.

I need to buy the following thing:

Table burton BULIT 155 cm

Bindings burton Cartel medium

but I need say to me the weight of every product  (estimated) and the dimensions of their boxes (estimated)

 

 

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  Quote sambo2476 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/04/2008 at 11:10pm
Originally posted by gcrocilla

Hello.

I need to buy the following thing:

Table burton BULIT 155 cm

Bindings burton Cartel medium

but I need say to me the weight of every product  (estimated) and the dimensions of their boxes (estimated)

 

 

Thanks



this isnt really the place to ask that, try the staff section
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  Quote surfhapak Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2008 at 6:51pm
having trouble deciding whether to purchase the roxy ally vs verona
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  Quote Sprifir Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/09/2008 at 7:41pm

This is a pretty solid guide Thanks!

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  Quote edward1790 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/14/2008 at 2:39pm
great advice :D
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  Quote shagwag3n Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/31/2009 at 8:33am
this is great stuff.
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ya not too much you can add to that nj
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Thanks for the tips, now I know where I stand.
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  Quote LAXkeeper Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/22/2009 at 6:37pm
thx for the info. I particularly found the types of snowboards and boot sizing parts helpful. this will also help me in what seems like a quest to buy some boots.
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cool.Clap now I know what I am.LOL
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  Quote DaKinG Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/24/2009 at 12:26pm
Great guide.

I used to have trouble distinguishing between free ride boards from all mountain boards.
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  Quote SuperShreder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/25/2009 at 12:11pm
Nice tips

Thanks
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thanks
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  Quote Yoshi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/26/2009 at 8:41am
Thank you for the great information.  How do I see the charts you mentioned in teh article?
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  Quote badandy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/14/2009 at 7:00pm
you guys are the best period.  Why dont you advertise on tv or somthing so that everyone in the world knows who you are and buys from you.  I used to buy from a local shop but he just sells me three year old stuff for almost full price.  You guys are awesome and you turned me from hating the hill to looking forward to winter!  Thanks again you guys are the best and your prices cant be beat!
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  Quote arcticbunni2 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/06/2009 at 6:52am
this info is way, way helpful. i've been boarding for a year, but not too often. i really wanna get back into it this season tho and need to get a solid board, but for a beginner status. thanks so much for posting this!
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  Quote kaaaaiiii Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 11:49am
for some reason the original post gets cut off under the "Intermediate" heading
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  Quote michca53 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/19/2009 at 9:17am
Thanks for the information. I am about to try snowboarding for the first time in a few weeks. I have always been a skier, and this is all new to me
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Thanks!
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  Quote AtAtAt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/16/2010 at 12:41pm
Good stuff!
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  Quote mandokiddo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/16/2010 at 4:44pm
Thanks for the great info no I know that I'm probably still considered a beginner. I got a little too excited last time I went snowboarding after making it down some intermediate slopes. lol
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  Quote jerrisrockin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/18/2010 at 6:50pm
Great advice! No matter how much you think you know, reading things like these always makes you think twice and in turn learn more. Much appreciated. Smile
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  Quote forethought Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2010 at 1:08am
very helpful
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  Quote xxa1z4n3xx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2010 at 1:11am
hhaha YAY i just realize im no longer a beginner!
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I need more info like this
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  Quote Pheonix_boarder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/26/2010 at 2:10am
great info,
pretty much true for everyone startin out on the mountain.
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guess i am btw beginer and intermediate
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Very helpful thanks for the guide
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thanks for the heads up. great advice
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  Quote badazz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/10/2010 at 5:00pm
Awesome...now I'm definitely going to buy a begginers board rather than intermediate (ego originally chose intermediate)

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  Quote INEEDHELP Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/12/2010 at 2:04am
I found this to be both true AND very helpful. I am hoping to improve on my skills. which part of the forum should i visit?
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  Quote INEEDHELP Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/12/2010 at 5:19am
I found this to be both true AND very helpful. Thanks!
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in the reviews when it says a board is for int/adv what exactly makes it harder for a beginner?
Lifes pretty straight without drifting.
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I like right fitting boots
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Whats the purpose of a wide board?
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Originally posted by finny174

Whats the purpose of a wide board?


I think this thread is telling you to email a member if you want a member. Or you can search on forums.
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Does that mean all mtn boards are more for intermediates?
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  Quote nankax Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 12:58pm
not necessarily; beginners can use all mountain boards too but they wouldnt be using the board to its full potential, because once they become intermediate, there is a good chance they will get a new board
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great info it was very helpful determining what board to buy thanks
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Helpful guideline.
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Whats the purpose of a wide board?

To accommodate larger foot sizes without excessive overhang so your heels/toes aren't dragging when you carve.
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Originally posted by belleayre

Whats the purpose of a wide board?

To accommodate larger foot sizes without excessive overhang so your heels/toes aren't dragging when you carve.

you should only get a wide board if you have a size 12 boot or higher. most boots have a low-pro fit so you should be safe with 12's on a mid wide.
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very helpful!
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Great tips, very helpful for my girlfriend who is looking for a board and just started riding.
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