Best snowboard acccessories
Snowboarding season is underway and I am sure most of you are already hitting the slopes. Before heading out to the slopes you should make sure you have the right accessories. Here are a few of the best snowboard accessories you could carry on your next snowboarding trip.
One of the first and most obvious things you need to start snowboarding would be a snowboard. Among the snowboards available the Flow Verve Snowboard 2013 is the one you should get. This board features a mellow reverse camber board that combines subtle rocker between your feet with cambered areas outside the binding zones. This makes sure you have the best possible stability making pressing easy without losing out on agility. A cheap snowskate board will offer you either agility or stability. The design of this board features equal amounts of nose and tail on each side to allow a rider equal opportunity to ride in any direction. This board features a high strength-to-weight wood construction to give you excellent response while riding. Overall this is a great snowboard to have when heading up to the slopes.
Once you’ve got yourself a snowboard it is time to look at getting yourself a good pair of snowboard goggles. Snowboard goggles are quite essential as they protect your eyes from cold winds, bright sunlight, UV radiation and keeps your eyes safe from random projectiles. The Dragon MDX Snow Goggle would be an ideal choice. This strong but lightweight polyurethane frame is flexible and will stay flexible even at the coldest of temperatures. The anti fog system on these goggles is quite effective and will offer you perfect vision. Lastly the silicon strap will make sure that your glasses stay where they it is supposed to stay.
The next thing you need would be a good pair of gloves. The North Face Montana gloves are great for extreme weather. These waterproof and breathable gloves will keep your hands warm and dry as you race down the slopes all day. These gloves offer your fingers great flexibility thanks to the light weight and flexible material used. It also features a wrist cinch and a cuff gasket that ensures snow doesn’t creep in. Once you have the essentials you can then get snowboard stickers to decorate your snowboard and give it a very stylish look.