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You are looking for a snowboard, a pair of snow boots or a snowboard binding. We have what you need. We have selected a large quantity of snowboard products.
Here are some tips for choosing your snowboard.

1) Define your level and style of practice
To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define...

Snowboarding
You are looking for a snowboard, a pair of snow boots or a snowboard binding. We have what you need. We have selected a large quantity of snowboard products.
Here are some tips for choosing your snowboard.

1) Define your level and style of practice
To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define what your riding style is, basically what you do mainly when you are on your board.  
We can define 3 categories of practice:
freestyle: you spend most of your time in a snowpark. You like to jumper, take the rails, do tricks on the track.  In short, your kiff is above all the tricks
Freeride: you spend your time looking for the best line off the slopes. For you, a day of carving on the track is a failed day.  You prefer to ride in big curves in fresh snow, take maximum speed and do big slides on the snow drifts.  
the all mountain: your playground, the entire mountain.  You like to cruise on the track, combine the little tables in the park, venture into the forest, draw in a corridor.  What you are looking for is absolute versatility.
2) Choose the shape of your board (the shape)
The shape of the board consists of the shape of the board, the spatulas and its flex. The shape determines the performance of the board according to the practice you make of it.
Twintip or directional? That is the question.
A Twin Tip board is symmetrical in terms of shape, flex, camber and spatula lift.  The fixing inserts are centered on the board.  This type of shape promotes freestyle riding, makes switch riding easier and provides ease of driving.  A Twin Tip board is the ideal weapon for the park and tricks on the track.
A directional board is asymmetrical. The front (nose) and rear (tail) are different, so the board has a wrinkle direction. In general, the front spatula is longer and more progressive.  The inserts are shifted to the back of the board. This type of board promotes off-road riding and speed.
3) Determine the size of your board
For versatile use and a "medium" size, choose a board size of less than 20 cm from your size. That's the basis. Now, the strong ones will take the size up and the girls the size down.
Pure Freestylers can go down to minus 25 cm and those who swear by the big runs in the powder can take a board just below their waist (from 10 cm to 0cm).

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  • Men's snowboard packs

    Men's Snowboard Packs
    You are looking for a men's snowboard pack with a snowboard and bindings. We have what you need. We have selected a large number of snowboard packs for beginners and experienced riders.
    Here are some tips for choosing your snowboard.

    1) Define your level and style of practice
    To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define what your riding style is, basically what you do mainly when you are on your board.  
    We can define 3 categories of practice:
    freestyle: you spend most of your time in a snowpark. You like to jumper, take the rails, do tricks on the track.  In short, your kiff is above all the tricks
    Freeride: you spend your time looking for the best line off the slopes. For you, a day of carving on the track is a failed day.  You prefer to ride in big curves in fresh snow, take maximum speed and do big slides on the snow drifts.  
    the all mountain: your playground, the entire mountain.  You like to cruise on the track, combine the little tables in the park, venture into the forest, draw in a corridor.  What you are looking for is absolute versatility.
    2) Choose the shape of your board (the shape)
    The shape of the board consists of the shape of the board, the spatulas and its flex. The shape determines the performance of the board according to the practice you make of it.
    Twintip or directional? That is the question.
    A Twin Tip board is symmetrical in terms of shape, flex, camber and spatula lift.  The fixing inserts are centered on the board.  This type of shape promotes freestyle riding, makes switch riding easier and provides ease of driving.  A Twin Tip board is the ideal weapon for the park and tricks on the track.
    A directional board is asymmetrical. The front (nose) and rear (tail) are different, so the board has a wrinkle direction. In general, the front spatula is longer and more progressive.  The inserts are shifted to the back of the board. This type of board promotes off-road riding and speed.
    3) Determine the size of your board
    For versatile use and a "medium" size, choose a board size of less than 20 cm from your size. That's the basis. Now, the strong ones will take the size up and the girls the size down.
    Pure Freestylers can go down to minus 25 cm and those who swear by the big runs in the powder can take a board just below their waist (from 10 cm to 0cm).

  • Women's snowboard packs

    Women's Snowboard Packs
    You are looking for a women's snowboard pack with a snowboard and bindings. We have what you need. We have selected a large number of snowboard packs for beginners and experienced riders.
    Here are some tips to choose your female snowboard.

    1) Define your level and style of practice
    To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define what your riding style is, basically what you do mainly when you are on your board.  
    We can define 3 categories of practice:
    freestyle: you spend most of your time in a snowpark. You like to jumper, take the rails, do tricks on the track.  In short, your kiff is above all the tricks
    Freeride: you spend your time looking for the best line off the slopes. For you, a day of carving on the track is a failed day.  You prefer to ride in big curves in fresh snow, take maximum speed and do big slides on the snow drifts.  
    the all mountain: your playground, the entire mountain.  You like to cruise on the track, combine the little tables in the park, venture into the forest, draw in a corridor.  What you are looking for is absolute versatility.
    2) Choose the shape of your board (the shape)
    The shape of the board consists of the shape of the board, the spatulas and its flex. The shape determines the performance of the board according to the practice you make of it.
    Twintip or directional? That is the question.
    A Twin Tip board is symmetrical in terms of shape, flex, camber and spatula lift.  The fixing inserts are centered on the board.  This type of shape promotes freestyle riding, makes switch riding easier and provides ease of driving.  A Twin Tip board is the ideal weapon for the park and tricks on the track.
    A directional board is asymmetrical. The front (nose) and rear (tail) are different, so the board has a wrinkle direction. In general, the front spatula is longer and more progressive.  The inserts are shifted to the back of the board. This type of board promotes off-road riding and speed.
    3) Determine the size of your board
    For versatile use and a "medium" size, choose a board size of less than 20 cm from your size. That's the basis. Now, the strong ones will take the size up and the girls the size down.
    Pure Freestylers can go down to minus 25 cm and those who swear by the big runs in the powder can take a board just below their waist (from 10 cm to 0cm).

  • Kids' snowboard packs

    Junior Snowboard Packs
    You are looking for a junior snowboard pack with a snowboard and bindings. We have what you need. We have selected a large number of snowboard packs for beginner and experienced kids.
    Here are some tips to choose your snowboard

    1) Define your level and style of practice
    To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define what your riding style is, basically what you do mainly when you are on your board.  
    We can define 3 categories of practice:
    freestyle: you spend most of your time in a snowpark. You like to jumper, take the rails, do tricks on the track.  In short, your kiff is above all the tricks
    Freeride: you spend your time looking for the best line off the slopes. For you, a day of carving on the track is a failed day.  You prefer to ride in big curves in fresh snow, take maximum speed and do big slides on the snow drifts.  
    the all mountain: your playground, the entire mountain.  You like to cruise on the track, combine the little tables in the park, venture into the forest, draw in a corridor.  What you are looking for is absolute versatility.
    2) Choose the shape of your board (the shape)
    The shape of the board consists of the shape of the board, the spatulas and its flex. The shape determines the performance of the board according to the practice you make of it.
    Twintip or directional? That is the question.
    A Twin Tip board is symmetrical in terms of shape, flex, camber and spatula lift.  The fixing inserts are centered on the board.  This type of shape promotes freestyle riding, makes switch riding easier and provides ease of driving.  A Twin Tip board is the ideal weapon for the park and tricks on the track.
    A directional board is asymmetrical. The front (nose) and rear (tail) are different, so the board has a wrinkle direction. In general, the front spatula is longer and more progressive.  The inserts are shifted to the back of the board. This type of board promotes off-road riding and speed.
    3) Determine the size of your board
    For versatile use and a "medium" size, choose a board size of less than 20 cm from your size. That's the basis. Now, the strong ones will take the size up and the girls the size down.
    Pure Freestylers can go down to minus 25 cm and those who swear by the big runs in the powder can take a board just below their waist (from 10 cm to 0cm).

  • Men's snowboards

    Men's snowboarding
    You are looking for a man's snowboard, we have what you need. We have selected a large quantity of men's snowboard boards for beginners and experienced riders.

    1) Define your level and style of practice
    To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define what your riding style is, basically what you do mainly when you are on your board.  
    We can define 3 categories of practice:
    freestyle: you spend most of your time in a snowpark. You like to jumper, take the rails, do tricks on the track.  In short, your kiff is above all the tricks
    Freeride: you spend your time looking for the best line off the slopes. For you, a day of carving on the track is a failed day.  You prefer to ride in big curves in fresh snow, take maximum speed and do big slides on the snow drifts.  
    the all mountain: your playground, the entire mountain.  You like to cruise on the track, combine the little tables in the park, venture into the forest, draw in a corridor.  What you are looking for is absolute versatility.
    2) Choose the shape of your board (the shape)
    The shape of the board consists of the shape of the board, the spatulas and its flex. The shape determines the performance of the board according to the practice you make of it.
    Twintip or directional? That is the question.
    A Twin Tip board is symmetrical in terms of shape, flex, camber and spatula lift.  The fixing inserts are centered on the board.  This type of shape promotes freestyle riding, makes switch riding easier and provides ease of driving.  A Twin Tip board is the ideal weapon for the park and tricks on the track.
    A directional board is asymmetrical. The front (nose) and rear (tail) are different, so the board has a wrinkle direction. In general, the front spatula is longer and more progressive.  The inserts are shifted to the back of the board. This type of board promotes off-road riding and speed.
    3) Determine the size of your board
    For versatile use and a "medium" size, choose a board size of less than 20 cm from your size. That's the basis. Now, the strong ones will take the size up and the girls the size down.
    Pure Freestylers can go down to minus 25 cm and those who swear by the big runs in the powder can take a board just below their waist (from 10 cm to 0cm).

  • Women's Snowboards

    Women's snowboarding

    You are looking for a female snowboard, we have what you need. We have selected a large quantity of women's snowboard boards for beginners and experienced riders.

    1) Define your level and style of practice

    To choose a board that is perfectly adapted to your practice, it is essential to define what your riding style is, basically what you do mainly when you are on your board.

    We can define 3 categories of practice:

    freestyle: you spend most of your time in a snowpark. You like to jumper, take the rails, do tricks on the track. In short, your kiff is above all the tricks

    Freeride: you spend your time looking for the best line off the slopes. For you, a day of carving on the track is a failed day. You prefer to ride in big curves in fresh snow, take maximum speed and do big slides on the snow drifts.

    the all mountain: your playground, the entire mountain. You like to cruise on the track, combine the little tables in the park, venture into the forest, draw in a corridor. What you are looking for is absolute versatility.

    2) Choose the shape of your board (the shape)

    The shape of the board consists of the shape of the board, the spatulas and its flex. The shape determines the performance of the board according to the practice you make of it.

    Twintip or directional? That is the question.

    A Twin Tip board is symmetrical in terms of shape, flex, camber and spatula lift. The fixing inserts are centered on the board. This type of shape promotes freestyle riding, makes switch riding easier and provides ease of driving. A Twin Tip board is the ideal weapon for the park and tricks on the track.

    A directional board is asymmetrical. The front (nose) and rear (tail) are different, so the board has a wrinkle direction. In general, the front spatula is longer and more progressive. The inserts are shifted to the back of the board. This type of board promotes off-road riding and speed.

    3) Determine the size of your board

    For versatile use and a "medium" size, choose a board size of less than 20 cm from your size. That's the basis. Now, the strong ones will take the size up and the girls the size down.

    Pure Freestylers can go down to minus 25 cm and those who swear by the big runs in the powder can take a board just below their waist (from 10 cm to 0cm).

  • Bindings

    Snowboard bindings
    The snowboard binding should not be neglected when you choose to buy your snowboard. There are more suitable bindings for freestyle, freeride and all mountain. Hiking snowboard bindings (for split snowboards) also exist. The spoilers will be more or less high and more or less flexible. The position of the straps is also important.
    We offer men's snowboard bindings, women's snowboard bindings and junior snowboard bindings.

  • Snowboard bag

    Snowboard bags 
    Today, bags have become essential for the protection and easy transport of snowboards. They make it possible to preserve the quality of the snowboard, its external appearance by limiting shocks and dirt, and to preserve the adjustments made. During the summer months, the bags can be used to store snowboards, which can take up space and dust. 
    Imagine yourself, you finally have the dates of your holidays and you decide to go to the resort to ski for a few days. You have waxed and adjusted your snowboard to be at the top on the slopes. But at the end of the week, your snowboard is often dirty and wet. The idea would then be to use a snowboard bag so as not to make the trunk of your car even dirtier.


    Our experts have therefore selected for you a wide range of snowboard bags, technical, simple, affordable or more high-end, all of which will have to be chosen according to your needs and your snowboard. It is important to choose the right bag according to the length of the snowboard. The idea is to have a bag bigger than your snowboard. Then it all depends on what you want to do with it. If its function will be storage, a simple bag will suffice. On the other hand, if you are looking for handles, very resistant fabrics, a large volume, you will have to move up the range. As a result, the bags will be more technical and practical than ever!

    However, don't forget to take the snowboard out once you arrive to dry it and clean it in order to avoid rust and premature wear and tear.

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