Winter Sport Solutions sales lightly used snowboarding equipment.

Instead of paying big $$ for a rental you can own your own board from us.

From our experience, 2 – 3 snowboard rentals cover cost of own, a nice  pre-owned  board. No lines, contracts, waivers etc.

If you have a problem with matching snowboard, please use our guid or contact us.

Owning a nice snowboard will help you advance to the higher level. Rental equipment, usually it is pretty basic with oversized boots. You will see a big difference when you own equipment which matches your snowboarding level, snowboarding style and boots, giving you a full control over the board.


How to Choose Snowboard Boots

Snowboard boots should be your first acquisition when assembling a board-boots-binding setup. You want boots to fit comfortably so you can move on to bindings and create a great match. Boots, more than a board, are where to splurge a little if you can afford to do so to ensure you get the right fit.

The snowboard boots you select should be well matched to your usual riding style and the snow conditions you most frequently encounter.

Matching Flex with Riding Style

Boot flex roughly aligns with different types of snowboarding. For example, soft-flexing boots are often used for freestyle/park riding and beginner all-mountain riding. Personal preference on comfort and fit are considerations, too.

Here are general flex recommendations to get you started:

Riding Type Boot Flex
All-mountain (most riders) Soft to medium
All-mountain (racers) Stiff
Freeride Stiff
Freestyle Soft