(1) Put a super heavy coat of wax on it, and don't scrape it off until next season.
(2) Pull the bindings
(3) Store in cool dry place, maybe out off extended, direct sunlight.
(4) Keep board either standing up, or on the side. Some people claim that by storing the board flat (base side down), the camber can lose some of it's elasticity over time. Again, I am doubtful, but why take the chance?
(5) Take the board, and all your gear, out sometime mid-June. Look at it. Cry. Put it away again. Wait till winter.
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