How To Boardslide 270 Out On A Snowboard (Regular)

270’s out. Start by jumping a front 3. Land blind and ride away. Now do this. Tailslide, 270. It’s almost exactly the same with a box put in the middle. As you’re in the tailslide, keep your body winding around and once you reach a maximum wound up position that’s Continue Reading

Burton Skeleton Key – 2019 Snowboard Review

Hi I’m Rob from Snowtrax and this is the Burton Skeleton Key. Bit of a wacky looking board and often one that’s a bit overlooked just because tip and tail shape seem to be a little bit out there and you’re just like “is that the right board of me?” Continue Reading

Tramp Board Training: How To 180 With Grabs On A Snowboard

Hi, this is Nev Lapwood from Snowboard Addiction. We’re out at Bounce in Whistler and this is a Tramp Board tutorial about how to add 180s to your grabs for more style. Adding grabs to your 180s is basically a way to make your 180s way more stylish. There’s no Continue Reading

How To Ollie On A Snowboard (Regular)

Ollie: The third way to get air is an ollie. Make sure you can easily pop off a bunch of small features before learning this. With an ollie we use the boards energy to help us jump. An ollie gives you the most height with the least amount of effort Continue Reading

How To Miller Flip On A Snowboard (Regular)

Hi this is Nev Lapwood, SnowboardAddiction.com A Miller Flip is originally a skateboarding trick. It’s a frontisde handplant where you flip all the way around to fakie. In snowboarding a real miller flip is done in a quarter pipe however the trick has evolved and is now commonly known as Continue Reading

How To Ride Camber vs. Reverse Camber Snowboard’s (Regular)

Regular vs Reverse Camber What kind of board you ride has a huge impact on your buttering. Longer, stiffer boards are harder to flex making buttering more difficult. Reverse camber boards are usually softer and easy to press although I find that regular camber boards have more pop and better Continue Reading

How To Ride Powder On A Snowboard

Powder Landings: Landing in powder is actually much harder then landing on park jumps but it feels rad when you stomp and it’s pretty soft which provides a forgiving way to try new tricks. While in the air your position should be exactly the same as hitting a park jump Continue Reading

How To Boardslide 270 Out On A Snowboard (Goofy)

270’s Out Start by jumping a front 3. Land blind and ride away. Now do this. Tailslide, 270. It’s almost exactly the same with a box put in the middle. As you’re in the tailslide, keep your body winding around and once you reach a maximum wound up position that’s Continue Reading

How To Backside 360 On A Snowboard (Goofy)

Backside Find a side hit that forces you to approach on your toe edge or drop from the opposite side at the bottom of the pipe. Do a straight air first and make sure to use your legs to pop, getting at least a foot from the ground. Hike back Continue Reading

Learn To Ride (Goofy) On A Snowboard

Seeking the fall line Seeking the fall line is where we rotate our board, turning it into a downhill motion. Think of your front leg as a joystick and point it where you want to go. Move it forward towards the nose and over your toe edge. This twists the Continue Reading