Most Recommended Snowboards of 2020
Snorkeling through powder and hauling down groomers. Travis Rice won the Freeride World Tour on this board last year, and it was one of 2020's best sellers by a long shot. It's a volume-shifted board with a wider waist than your typical snowboard. That means you'll wanna size down slightly. Sizing down in length will also have an added bonus of giving you even more maneuverability.
A park killer ready to go with your bigger boot. It has camber under foot which gives you plenty of pop and energy and rocker in the tips to keep it playful when you need it.
The Cold Brew is a directional all-mountain freeride board that floats in pow, rips on groomers and is comfortable taking it to the air. Super stable and ready to charge.
Simply put: Everything. This board does it all and essentially serves as a "jack of all trades" mentality. Whether you're looking to step up your game in terms of picking up speed, turning through treelines, or carving on intermediate groomers, this board is made to ensure you're going to fun days all around.
Great for all mountain riding. This full camber option has nice pop and edge hold with Arbor's grip tech along the edges. It has uprise fenders at the corners so it makes it nice and forgiving when you want to do presses and butters. Its 5/10 flex makes it a nice all around option that will do well in the park, cruising groomers, and carving. It has some playfulness to it that makes it really fun for the freestyle-oriented rider, and will really shine in the jump line.
A solid all-mountain board with rocker/camber blend for effortless turning and maneuverability.
Super lightweight stiffer directional twin. The One LF will shred it all fast and hard. Has mellow Magne-Traction, super lightweight and poppy core and is just fun as hell. The stiffness will keep you feeling secure at any speed! The wide stance of the board will help keep larger feet from toe dragging as well.
This board is a freaking bomber. This is the board if you like to straight line it. In 2020, their edits made it a softer flex, meaning it's more nimble in the trees and better on jumps than the previous model, they kept these changed for 2021. 7/10 stiffness.
It's directional rocker-camber-rocker gives great edge hold and float, and a slightly set back stance provides great float in powder while not sacrificing switch riding too much. A really versatile all-mountain board to ride trees, pow, groomers, and steeps if you want. It will be a little more responsive and capable in variable conditions.
The dreamcatcher is a high-performance all-mountain board with a friendly flex. It's the perfect everyday, any day board as it charges in pow and on piste, yet is is soft enough to be playful on any terrain.