Tricks are for kids, right? When you’re wanting to charge hard and fast, rip roosters and bounce through fields of pillows you can pidgeonhole yourself in the freeride category.
Click on for the kind of gear you should be keeping an eye out for:[splitpost intro="true"]
[part title='Board Buying Tips']
If it’s riding fast on hardpack look for the extra stability of a stiffer board, but if it’s more out of bounds terrain you ride then boards with a softer, oversized nose and a stiffer, tapered tail - maybe even swallowtailed - will help the nose lift for improved performance in pow.
[part title='Boot Buying Tips']
[part title='Bindings Buying Tips']
[part title='Outerwear Buying Tips']
[part title='Freeride Snowboarding - Other Buying Tips']