Almost anything related to learning snowboarding.
12 years teaching with the Aspen skiing company
A.S.I.A. certified level 3 teaching professional
What is ther not to like. Once you get past the learning curve in this sport; your skills soar. It is less technical then skiing. (one wide ski) Powder on a snowboard is like being in Heaven. (even though I have not been there yet).
Could get more proficient in Halfpipe and specific terminogoloy...
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Very interesting. I prodominately teach the sport so a little lost on an explanation yet it looks like a small freestyle or half pipe board. do you know what size it is? Looks to be in good shape..
ROCKY-Well the truth is (as far as I know): Once you get any marks they are pretty difficult to change. I know you want to keep it nice; but also remember if you are not using it and trashin then your
Generally they reccommend the snowboard be between your nose and chin. However if you enjoy being on a smaller board and feel it still gives you the stability you need then more power to you. It does
Yes- I think you are on the right track you said it yourself. A all mountain style board might be what you want. Usually length should be between your chin and nose. Consider the weight and flex of the
Alvin= my main strength is in teaching the SB ; but i think i can give you a logical response. Some boards like Ride or K2 should be good to go and even be waxed. Others it may be good to wax; but not