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    Posted: Feb/26/2007 at 5:32am
SNOWBOARDING 101 – JUST THE BASICS
 
1/1/2006
 
Learning to snowboard can be pretty challenging. But when you get it, the struggle to learn will be worth it. The most important thing is to take it one step at a time and be patient with yourself. You’ll get it, and most likely, you’ll love it.

To ensure a good first day on the hill, be sure to take a lesson to learn the basics: how to get on and off a lift, how to fall and how to turn and stop. Snowboarding can be challenging at first. Stick with it and you’ll be ripping in no time.

LTR PROGRAMS
Burton has created a whole program and product line, Learn To Ride, dedicated to teaching men, women and kids of all ages how to ride. Our Learn To Ride program incorporates learning-specific equipment, small class sizes and knowledgeable instructors to make learning to snowboard easy, painless and fun for everyone. Much like riding a bike, once snowboarding clicks in your head, it is something you will have forever.

LTR GEAR
Together, Burton and snowboard instructors worldwide developed the Learn to Ride gear to make learning to snowboard easy...and fun! The result is boards, boots and bindings designed specifically for beginners and their needs. The LTR board, boots and bindings are available at all our Learn to Ride Centers.

LTR CENTERS
Many resorts offer LTR equipment, but a few select locations have stepped up to become true Learn To Ride Centers, where the instruction program is first-rate, and the tactics used are the most effective anywhere. Burton works closely with these resorts to make sure that they provide the best learning environment possible. The key to good instruction is individual attention and maintaining a low student-to-instructor ratio. There are LTR Centers specifically designed for kids, women and freestyle riding. For a complete breakdown of LTR Center locations, visit www.Burton.com.

Kids’ LTR
With a low student-to-teacher ratio and fun activities like balance board training, we make it easy to figure out the basics and boost your confidence. And with specially designed kids’ gear, groms get every advantage possible to take their skills to the next level.

Women’s LTR
We work with cutting-edge resorts to ensure that women have the best snowboarding experience possible. These programs include smaller classes, personal attention and knowledgeable instructors that cater to women’s learning styles.

LTR Freestyle Centers
We know the park and pipe can look intimidating. That’s why we’ve teamed up with resorts that offer mellow freestyle features, highly skilled instructors and freestyle-specific gear that makes learning tricks safe and fun for everyone. You’ll be going trick for trick with your buddies in no time.

SMART STYLE
Smart Style is all about making sure everyone has a fun and safe terrain park experience. Everyone gets stoked on riding parks and pipes, but getting cut off, snaked or injured just plain sucks. Burton urges riders of all ages to take a look at the orange oval Smart Style signs posted at the entrance of most terrain park
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Hi
Let me ask you something
I'd like to buy a T6 162, and in the Burton site they say that it needs   Bindings size Medium.
I use Large ones (my Vans are #10)
And I wanna know if it's possible to use a pair of Large Cartel on it
Thanks
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great post. really.
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