Having a well-stacked quiver is the dream, but the vast majority of snowboarders still make do with one deck at a time. If that includes you, then we highly recommend the ones you’ll find on this list.
“There’s still plenty of variety here, but what they all have in common is that they won’t box you into one particular discipline”
The following snowboards are true all-terrain vehicles, which our Test Team identified as being perfect for the rider looking for one board to do it all. They’ve got their differences, of course – profiles vary drastically, and there are a few true twins in amongst the more directional shapes – but all of them have a real go-anywhere feel to them.
Which one you prefer will depend on your riding style; if you love the park but want something you can take to pow when it dumps, you’ll be looking for something different to the piste-cruiser who likes to dabble in a bit of freestyle or freeride from time to time.
So there’s still plenty of variety here, but what they all have in common is that they won’t box you into one particular discipline. If you want to keep your options open, these are the boards to consider.
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