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Affordable womens snowboards…no longer an afterthought

Women’s snowboards under $400 In the world of snowboarding, women and their equipment often seem like an afterthought.  But if you know where to look, there are some great women’s snowboards out there. Here is a recap of a few favorites this season from Gnu, […]

Why aren’t there more girls snowboarding?

Why is it that there is such a big gender gap in snowboarding?  Estimates place male participation at around 66% and female participation around 34%.  Why the discrepancy?   I have some theories… In my experience, I usually see two types of girls on the mountain-those […]

Women specific snowboard gear should mean more than “shrink it and pink it”

For years there has been a theme in women’s sports equipment of taking the men’s version, making it smaller, and throwing some pink on it. Then it is magically supposed to work for, and appeal to women. For some women that works- anything that is […]

Salomon Snowboards-the women’s all mountain collection

We are always apprehensive about ski companies that get into the snowboard game. But we have been really impressed with Salomon Snowboards’ deep line of snowboarding gear. They have a full range of boards, boots, and bindings starting from an entry level, price point setup, […]

Salomon snowboards “Freestyle Revolution” women’s snowboards

Salomon Snowboards women’s snowboards are broken down into two camps, “Mountain Renaissance” and “Freestyle Revolution”. We covered “Mountain Renaissance” last week, so now it’s “Freestyle Revolution’s” turn.   There are three boards in this collection as well The Oh Yeah is a soft-flex, beginner to […]

Women’s powder boards, possibly the most fun snowboard in your quiver

If you get to log a lot of days on the mountain in a season, or if you find yourself lucky enough to ride at a variety of different places, you might find that having a quiver of snowboards makes the most sense. On the […]

Never Summer Women’s Proto Type Two

We hit up a demo at Killington last week, and with no eye toward what to order, we got to ride whatever we wanted. When we arrived Never Summer and Launch were the only two snowboard companies set up.   Knowing that Never Summer was […]

Women’s snowboarding- is it finally making a mark on the industry?

There has been a lot of talk over the past several years about the decline of snowboarding. Much of it has been attributed to the original snowboarders being older now and having families and responsibilities that keep them from the hill. But whether snowboarding is […]


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