The snowboard shop at The House Outdoor Gear helps you find the snowboard gear you need. We carry the top brands including Burton, Rome SDS, Salomon, Capita, K2 and many more. Our snowboard shop has the best selection of boards that cover a wide variety of versatile snowboard designs.
Whether you’re slapping steel through your local parks or blasting through trails, our snowboard shop has exactly what you need to experience the best time possible. We’ve got men's snowboarding gear, snowboarding jackets, snowpants, snowboard boots, bindings, snowskates, accessories, bags, and much more! Take a look at our snowboard shop and find what you need to take on the winter season with full force. Stay safe from the elements with a snowboard helmet and goggles.
Choosing the Right Snowboarding Gear
The snow is soft and you won't fall going at high speeds when you first start out. The great news is that once you fall, you can get right back up and try again! Trust us, EVERYONE falls at the beginning. Snowboarding is worth the effort, though. Learning is part of the fun and you'll feel like a rockstar when you make it down the hill (or half the hill) without falling for the first time.
Dress for Snowboarding
Wear a water resistant snowboard jacket and snow pants.
Don't forget goggles to protect your eyes and for maximum visibility.
A helmet is a must. Almost everyone wears a helmet these days, so don't feel like you'll look like a newbie! It should fit snug, but not too tight.
Cotton gym socks won't cut it. Snowboard specific socks are cushioned in just the right places, add ankle support and won't get soaked if you sweat.
Yup, you'll need some snowboard gloves or mittens, too. Ski and snowboard gloves are insulated and weatherproof to keep your digits warm and dry.
The-House.com has been the premier online snowboard shop for over 30 years, supporting those that love snowboarding by offering the best in selection and service with simple online source for snowboards and snowboarding gear.
New to the sport? Check out our tips and trips for buying your first snowboard. If you have another trip to the slopes lined up soon, be sure to check out our pro packing guide.