Already on ArticleSlash?

Forgot your password? Sign Up
  Articleslash »
» Snowboarding

Snowboarding & Recreation & Sports Article Category 

Snowboarding & Recreation & Sports Article Category
Articles about or concerning Snowboarding, Snowboarding Tricks, Snowboarding Apparel, Finding The Right Snowboard, Snowboarding Lessons, Snowboarding Competition, Freestyle Snowboarding, Snowboarding Safety.
Latest Articles

Used Burton Snowboards That Are for Sale

by:
 Shovon Joarder (November 18, 2018)  Therefore, should you decide to buy mountain bike parts for sale, be sure that you receive it at the correct price? The very first thing which you desire to do before having a garage sale is to remember to have sufficient items to sell. Everyone adores a fantastic sale. A genuine yard sale is required to supply products. Just ask about and see whether you're in a position to discover .. (Snowboarding)

What Should Be Considered While Looking For Cheap Snowboard Package

by:
 Shovon Joarder (March 20, 2018)  Finding the proper travel package is critical, but there are numerous different things that you want to take into account whilst going on such treks. Finding the ideal snowboard packages isn't enough. Now, you would feel that acquiring the cheap snowboard package is all that you have to make certain your visit to the Everest is successful, but the truth is rather different. A package .. (Snowboarding)

Why Start Surfing After Missing on Snowboarding

by:
 Bobby Bonifazi (June 08, 2015)  Did you miss snowboarding during winter and now you are feeling down because you will have to wait a couple of months before you can enjoy it? What goes around comes back but that is not enough to relieve you from the urge of snowboarding once again. The good news to you today is that summer is here for sometimes and since you cannot participate in snowboarding you can try surfing. .. (Snowboarding)

Places to Consider When Planning to go Snowboarding

by:
 Bobby Bonifazi (March 03, 2014)  This is one of the sports done during winter and involves descending down a slope covered with snow while standing on boards attached on the rider's feet. One of the best things about this sport is that apart from just snowboarding, you get to travel to different places. Since the sport's inception as a sport, various styles have also developed with their special equipment and .. (Snowboarding)

Benefit of Wearing Snowboard Wrist Guards

by:
 Steve Ball (July 13, 2011)  Many different sports can cause injuries and pain. Snowboarding is not any different from having injuries happen compared to another sport. Especially wrist sprains, strains or breaks. This is why it is highly recommended to use the snowboard wrist guards. Snowboarding has a high rate of wrist injuries. With these types of injuries, more people need to start wearing the snowboard wrist .. (Snowboarding)

The History of Snowboarding Past Present and Future

by:
 George Pettit (December 28, 2009)  As the history of snowboarding would have it, there are many conflicting reports as to who created the first snowboard. The earliest claim is that the snowboard was invented by M. J. Jack Burchett in 1929 and was composed of a piece of plywood with horse reigns as bindings. Next, in 1963, to-be famed snowboard designer, Tom Sims created something similar to a modern snowboard as a class . (Snowboarding)

Guide to Buying a Used Snowboard

by:
 George Pettit (December 28, 2009)  Nothing takes the fun out of snowboarding more than paying over $400 for a brand-new snowboard. That's why buying a used snowboard is a great idea. The great news is you can get a good quality board for up to 70% off simply by going used. There are a number of things to keep in mind, however, when searching for a great used board. First, consider where you're going to buy your used .. (Snowboarding)

How to Buy a Used Snowboard

by:
 Andrew Cho (October 23, 2008)  Buying a used snowboard is a great way to save money, but make sure to keep a couple things in mind before picking your second hand snowboard. First, make sure you pick the right length and width for your height, weight, feet size, riding style, and ability. Once you've chosen the right size snowboard, check the snowboard for any visible damage, especially the top deck. De lamination .. (Snowboarding)

Snowboarding Boots and Bindings Options

by:
 Victor Epand (October 21, 2008)  Although some skiers may not like it, at this point one thing is obvious: snowboarding is here to stay. Yes, the slopes will never be quite the same again and I, for one, applaud the athletic diversity. Of course, snowboarding vs. skiing continues to be one of the favorite topics of winter athletes everywhere. Which one is more challenging, which one requires more skill and of course, .. (Snowboarding)

How to Maintain Your Snowboard

by:
 Andrew Cho (October 08, 2008)  If you want to keep you snowboard in great shape during the snow season and beyond, here are 5 great tips to help keep your snowboard ready when you are. 1. After every snowboarding session, make sure to repair any scratches or nicks on your board as soon as you can. This will prevent any further damage of your snowboard and dramatically increase the life of your board. You can find .. (Snowboarding)

Cheap Snowboarding Gear

by:
 Eric Clemmer (October 05, 2008)  What's the deal with cheap snowboarding gear? Is it even worth buying cheap snowboarding gear? These are some questions that you might be asking yourself when shopping for new equipment. Nobody wants to spend a fortune shopping, but snowboarding in general is an expensive sport. You have to have snowboard pants, a jacket, gloves, goggles, snowboard boots, bindings and a snowboard. And .. (Snowboarding)

A Brief Overview of the History of Snowboarding

by:
 Timothy MacAlistaire (August 18, 2008)  Though there are many conflicting stories as to “who" was the actual pioneer of snowboarding, there are a few facts that remain constant throughout each history article you read. Here is a brief overview of the key moments in time that helped push the snowboarding movement to where it is today. 1929: M. J. “Jack" Burchett used clothesline to secure his feet to a piece of .. (Snowboarding)

Proper Gear Needed When Snowboarding

by:
 Timothy MacAlistaire (August 18, 2008)  The basic gear you need to start snowboarding is as follows: hat, goggles, jacket, gloves, pants, wool socks, thermal underwear, boots, and obviously a snowboard. Most of these items you can purchase for next to nothing at your local sporting goods retailer. You can spend as little or as much as you want on these items considering the price fluctuates greatly depending on the product .. (Snowboarding)

Ski Vacations How Snowboarding Became Popular

by:
 Bruce D Hunter (July 23, 2008)  During many ski vacations, you will see the slopes dotted with snowboards. Some industry insiders predict that snowboards will actually surpass snow skis in popularity within the next decade. People have always loved sliding down snow-covered hills, so it's impossible to say who invented the first snowboard. There is evidence that ancient civilizations snowboarded with crude .. (Snowboarding)

Tips For Snowboarding Safety

by:
 Candis Reade (July 22, 2008)  Snowboarding is a high speed extreme mountain sport that entertains the participants during the winter season. It's is a type of skiing enjoyed by all ages, and there are many tips for beginning snowboarders to learn the proper techniques. If a person is a novice, then they should learn the step by step process on how use the snowboard. Just about any person with good fitness and a .. (Snowboarding)

Extreme Croatia Snowboarding in Eastern Europe!

by:
 Scott P Taylor (July 19, 2008)  When you think of Croatia what is the first thing that comes to mind? For many, it's communism and the fight for independence that dominated the political landscape in the last part of the 20th century. For others who have the inside scoop, it's images of romantic white sand beaches along the Dalmatian Coast or the national parks and mountain landscapes that are unmatched anywhere in .. (Snowboarding)

Dont Let the Lack of Snow Stop Your Boarding Practice

by:
 Tom Lenton (July 01, 2008)  The summer months are the hardest for snowboarders to keep up their skills for the slopes. But there are a number of alternatives to help you practice and hone your boarding abilities once the snow has melted. We don't all have the luxury of jetting off to New Zealand and Chile to indulge in the alternate snow season, some of us are stuck in the UK and stranded on dry land. So, here .. (Snowboarding)

Progression in Snowboarding Video Analysis

by:
 Lou G (June 23, 2008)  The first question anyone ever asks when they see a snowboarder execute a perfect trick is “how did you do that?". The answer is taking each day step by step, perfecting a new trick before moving on to another. Notice I said ‘perfect'; there are definitely instances where a trick or obstacle is just so gnarly that any successful attempt is good enough but for the most part .. (Snowboarding)

Snowboard Tech Magnetraction!

by:
 Lou G (June 23, 2008)  A couple years back Lib Tech snowboards (Mervin Manufacturing) put a new patent technology on a few of their boards. It involved an outrageous idea create oscillating edges with the possibility of gaining more edge control, and they dubbed their brainchild ‘magnetraction’. It was a huge success for Lib Tech and plenty of other companies are now chasing the same carrot. You .. (Snowboarding)

Snowboard Code - Smart Style

by:
 Lou G (June 05, 2008)  It wasn't that long ago that the little orange ovals posted over snowboard parks worldwide did not exist. When freestyle snowboarding starting to move further and further mainstream the resorts and the snowboarders decided to create a method for approaching the features in a park and they called it Smart Style. But what does it mean? I know that the orange oval means there's going to be . (Snowboarding)

Rome Graft Review

by:
 Etienne Peysson (February 28, 2008)  What are you guys expecting from a freestyle deck? A little ease while spinning, a real envy to twist it, having the pleasure to manipulate a kind of toy which fits perfectly your legs and feet, your whole body; in acquaintance with your moves, basically a part of yourself you can control entirely. The Rome Graft is a board which should stay in the Park and only inside. It basically .. (Snowboarding)

Arbor Snowboards

by:
 Raul T. Cruz (January 22, 2008)  Snowboarding is more than a sport for some people, it's a way of life and participants rely on companies that make good equipment. Arbor Snowboards have built a reputation for wood top boards that are stable and give a good performance. The main showroom is in Venice, California and there are international distributors in Europe, Canada, Japan, Russia, Australia and New Zealand. .. (Snowboarding)

Best Beginner Snowboard

by:
 Eric Clemmer (December 26, 2007)  Is it possible to determine what is the best beginner snowboard? Yes, it is actually very easy. There are several qualities that beginners snowboards should have. If you are just starting out and don't know what qualities to look for in a board here are some tips. Soft Flex Snowboard: A board that is easy to flex will make learning how to turn that much easier. It is not a guarantee .. (Snowboarding)




Related Categories