1. Inspect your board for any damage.
Take a close look at the top and bottom of your board, paying special attention to the edges. Look for cracks, chips, or anything else that doesn't look quite right. If you find any damage, get it fixed before you ride again.
2. Sharpen your edges.
Dull edges make it harder to control your board, so it's important to keep them sharp. You can do this yourself with a filing tool or take it to a professional shop. Either way, make sure your edges are nice and sharp before you hit the slopes.
3. Wax your board.
A good coat of wax will make riding easier and help protect your board from the elements. You can do this yourself or take it to a professional shop. Be sure to use a wax that's specifically designed for snowboards and follow the directions carefully. Our favourite wax is Face Freeze 100% plant based wax, which helps you go faster while GOING GREENER!
4. Store your board properly.
When you're not using your board, store it in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. If you live in a cold climate, consider storing your board in a warm dry room.
5. Setting Your Board Up For Success
By taking the time to prepare your board for the winter season, you'll be setting yourself up for success on the slopes. So don't wait - get your board ready.