what is the best starter snowboarding setup
A rental one. If you rent at first you can get a feel for snowboarding and make sure it's your thing without spending too much money. Before snowboarding, you need to make sure you have waterproof clothes, a helmet, some goggles, and some gloves. Other than that, I suggest renting at first or buying a used setup, because they cost more than going new right away. If you are going to buy, make sure to get one the right size for you, which depends on your weight. If you want, email me your weight at my answers page, and I can tell you about what size you should ride. The size depends almost none on your height, so don't listen o anybody who tells you it should be to your chin- the snowboard has no idea how tall you are, just how heavy and where your center of gravity is. If you wear a size 12+ boot, you'll need a wide board, and large bindings. Make sure to buy your boots before your bindings. This is so when, you buy your boots, you can make sure they fit your feet snugly, and then when you buy the bindings, you can make sure they fit your boots snugly. If you buy the bindings first, you need to find boots based on your feet AND bindings.
That's about it and have a sick time snowboarding Source(s): 3 years snowboarding
ehh? umm...rent 1st to see if you like it then buy? i think that's you're asking....question kind of vague
for a starter u really don't need to get something all that great because you'll be learning and chances are your really gonna beat it up. and also get something on the cheap side so u can get a feel for it and REALLY make sure u like it.
snowboarding is my thing, have fun homie!!
i say rent for the first year or two.. i've been riding for 5 years and i just got my first setup last season.
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