Mark McMorris at the Blackcomb Park, Whistler, BC. Photo: Scott Serfas / © Red Bull Media House
Got a burning question about snowboarding you’ve always been afraid to ask? Every day someone over on SnowboardingForum.com
asks what you’re thinking and its incredible community of shred experts chimes in with answers. Here’s a roundup of knowledge that got dropped today on SBF.
SBF Senior Member dave785
asks, “So I’m curious what you guys usually do during bad conditions. Is there a point when it’s too icy, too slushy, too moguled out, etc…?”
And our forum answered. Check out three pages of advice here
SBF Junior Member wahlberg
asks: “Hi guys! Hope you can help me out because picking up a board feels like doing a huge NASA project. The last season I was riding was my first park season (3-4 years ago), and I did a good amount of jumping (30ft kickers at most). Hoping to do some bigger jumps next season, and I want an appropriate board for that.”
SBF Junior Member Fiddsy asks: “Been boarding in my gore-tex shell jacket and pants wearing undies and a simple cotton t shirt and jumper (light or heavy depending on conditions) tho im finding after a full day boarding its damp with sweat and usually wet around the hood and hand cuffs due to the elements. But i mainly need advice on upper body layering.. T shirt and jumpers just dont feel like they are cutting it. Advice – am i on the right track? Question – how do you all layer for warm/cold days?”
What do you think when it comes to layering? Have your say over here where our experts offer up two pages of advice.