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Snowboard Size Chart

 


SNOWBOARD LENGTH SIZE CHART

 

It’s important to keep your preferred riding style in mind when choosing the length of your board. Freestyle-focused riders, for example, will gravitate towards shorter board lengths to cut down on weight and make it easier to pull off tricks. They also don’t need extra edge hold or stability since they’ll mostly be riding at moderate speeds and on intermediate resort runs. On the flip side, many freeride-focused riders will want a longer board to provide more edge hold, float, and stability in steeper terrain and a variety of snow conditions.

If you’re just starting out and are looking for a more All-Mountain board for all-around riding, check out the size chart below to help choose the snowboard length range that’s right for you.

 

Rider Weight  All Mountain Length (CM) Freestyle Length (CM)

Up To 80 lbs
(36 kg)

137

132

80-120 lbs
(45-59 kg)

140

135

100-130 lbs
(45-59kg)

143

138

110-140 lbs
(50-64 kg)

147

142

125-155 lbs
(57-70 kg)

150

145

135-165 lbs
(61-75 kg)

153

148

145-170 lbs
(66-77 kg)

156

151

160-190 lbs
(73-86 kg)

160

155

175-205 lbs
(79-93 kg)

163

158

185-215+ lbs
(84-98 kg)

165

160

 

 


SNOWBOARD WIDTH SIZE CHART

 

Snowboard width is an underappreciated but very important consideration. Riders with a boot size of 11+ should strongly consider looking at a wide snowboard. These boards have a wider waist width and are designed to help keep the toes and heels of big-footed shredders out of the snow when the snowboard is on edge. They can also offer better float in powder due to their larger surface area. On the flip side, picking a board that is too wide for the rider’s boot size reduces the rider’s leverage over the toe and heelside edges resulting in slower, less responsive transitions from edge to edge.

Reference the chart below to make sure your boards' width and boot size complement each other. Having a board that fits your boot size is key for functionality and board control on the mountain. A board that is properly sized to fit your boot size will allow you to maximize the leverage and control you have over your board when maneuvering edge to edge. A board that is too wide will result in less control, while a board that is too narrow for your boot size will enable heel and toe drag causing a loss of edge control when turning.

 

Waist width (CM) 17.9 - 22.1  22.2 - 23.1 23.2 - 23.9 24 - 24.4 24.5 - 24.9 25 - 25.4 25.5 - 25.9 26 - 26.9  27 - 27.5 +
Men's Boot Size (US) 5.5 & under 6 - 6.5  7 - 7.5 8 - 8.5 9 - 9.5 10 - 11  11 - 11.5 12 -14 15 - 16 
Women's boot size (US) 6.5 & under 7 - 7.5 8 - 8.5 9 - 9.5 10 - 10.5 11+ 11+ 11+ 11+
kids boot size (US) 5.5 & Under 6 - 6.5 7 - 7.5 8 - 8.5          

 


SNOWBOARD SIZE CHARTS BY BRAND

 

Looking at a specific board brand? Not sure what size you will need? Reference the brand size charts below to ensure you find the size and model that is perfect for you and your ride style needs. 

 


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