Wow , wiredsport you guys are great!
I am currently teaching snowboarding to my international students ( most of them comes from China and some of them from Middle East). As you know, snowboarding is so underrated in that area and some of them barely seen snow before coming to school here in colorado. On a weekly basis, I take on 2-3 people in my car and teach them at copper. They are using my gears now and although I strive to deliver the best teaching quality, seeing my NS and GNU and expensive bindings banging around isn't a fun thing to complement. In addition, the size discrepancy and board differences are causing a nuance for my teaching skills abilities.
If I ever deserve the boards, I can just take on more students and teach them more efficiently. Thanks for reading