Launched back in 2006, World Snowboard Day celebrates snowboarding as a sport and culture - encouraging participation and highlighting the problems of global warming.
Whatever excuse you’ve got for not going snowboarding this week here’s 10 Instagram accounts that are guaranteed to get you up off the sofa and motivated to go riding.
The TSA team have trawled through this year’s snowboard edits to bring you 10 videos that remind us snowboarding isn’t just about Dew tour competitions and quad spins.
After decades of riding as a pro snowboarder and exploring backcountry around the world 2009 was the year Jeremy Jones decided to start up Jones snowboards
Most modern snowboard have profiles that can be placed into one of 6 different categories. Here is a breakdown what they all mean and how the right profile can improve your riding. -
Extruded or sintered snowboard base, TSA explain the differences and which one is best for you.
What's at the heart of your snowboard and how does it affect your ride? Our chief technician takes you through the different woods that define how your snowboard behaves...
To get the best performance out of your snowboard you need to be using the most appropriate wax for the conditions. There are three main types of wax – cold temp, universal, and warm temp. Here's how each affects your ride...
Freeride World Tour athlete Leon Butler gives his top 5 reasons you need to try the awesome sport of splitboarding this winter!
Our resident workshop guru Pete weighs up the pros and cons of indoor slopes and dry ski slopes in the UK!
The indoor hills vary in price throughout the year and you normally only head on for a couple of hours. One of the best ways to make the most of your limited time on the snow is to make sure your gear is correctly set up for indoor conditions.
TSA explain how to service snowboards featuring special designs such as Triple Base Technology or serrated edges.
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