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Best Snowboards For 2020-2021 | Our Pick Of This Year’s Top Snowboards

We've rounded up our favourite all-mountain, freestyle, freeride and splitboard snowboards for the 2020/21 season

What is the best snowboard? It’s a question we get asked on a daily basis and a question that has ruined many a Whitelines staff night out. Truth be told, the best snowboard isn’t determined by the product itself; it’s determined by the rider. Finding the right deck is an entirely subjective decision, based on your ability level, budget and, crucially, where you like to spend your time on the mountain. Are you lapping the park, pistes or powder? Are you getting your kicks in resort or out of bounds?

“Truth be told, the best snowboard isn’t determined by the product itself; it’s determined by the rider”

Regardless of what you’re in the market for, there’s an abundance of choice. Frankly, the sheer quantity of options can be one of the most challenging aspects to overcome when picking out your next snowboard. Luckily, there’s no such thing as a bad board, per se – at least not in our Buyer’s Guide – but having trust in your equipment and confidence in your decision making process is essential.

If you’re wanting proper freeride lines, you’ll want a proper freeride deck. (Rider: Henry Shackelton / Pic: Ed Blomfield)

Below a hand-picked selection of our favourite snowboards for this year. This contains the best freeride snowboards, park and freestyle snowboards, all-mountain snowboards and some of our favourite splitboard and kids snowboard highlights. You’ll find everything from weird and wonderful vilume-shifted powder twins to hard-charging park destroyers.

If you’re shopping for the first time or are still confused by some of the technical jargon then we’ve also put together some handy video explainers. Take a look at the links below for some useful advice.

Bring freestyle into the sidecoutnry with an all-mountain snowboard (Rider: Fin Bremner / Pic: Ed Blomfield)

As always, we’ve reached out to our extensive test team of ex-pros, retail staff, park crews, coaches, instructors and dedicated shred-heads for their tester verdicts. Given the nature of this season, not every product includes a verdict, but after weeks of trade shows, catching up with brands and pro riders, and scrutinising every product’s innovation, sustainability, originality and functionality, we believe we’ve compiled a list of this season’s best products.

“Let’s hope winter 20/21 is a turn up for the books”

Take a scroll through the list below. If any product catches your eye, click on the links below each description to access the full in-depth review, pics and first-hand rider’s verdicts. The same goes for this season’s lists of the best snowboard bindings, best snowboard boots, and best snowboard goggles.

It’s been a funny old year, hasn’t it? It’s fair to say we’re all looking forward to seeing the back of 2020 and starting to look ahead to brighter times ahead – hopefully in the mountains, riding with our crew. Let’s hope winter 20/21 is a turn up for the books.
Happy shopping, folks. We’ll see you on the mountain!

Best Snowboards 2020-2021


Salomon Dancehaul (Unisex) Snowboard 2020-2021

Whitelines Choice Winner: Best All-Mountain Snowboard
PRICE: £400 / $450

Riders looking for something weird and wonderful look no further, this gold breasted disco diva is set to blow your knickers off. Brand spanking new for 2020/21 the Dancehaul is Salomon’s foray into the world of short fatties, and you know what they say… once you go fat, you never go back. This is your new all-terrain cruiser built for blasting on piste, charging through chop and chunder, slashing your way through pristine pockets of powder and even throwing down in the park.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Salomon Dancehaul here

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    K2 Alchemist Snowboard 2020-2021

    Whitelines Choice Winner: Best Men’s Freeride Snowboard
    PRICE: $700

    The Dictionary defines alchemy as: “A seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination”, and we can’t disagree with its usage here. The K2 Alchemist is a no holds barred, no expense spared piece of kit. Let’s face it, this isn’t just a snowboard, this is a goddam’ feat of engineering. Built for deep days in the backcountry, narrow chutes, and deadly spines, this is where precision meets power, wrapped in the most premium package in their line.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 K2 Alchemist here

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    Gnu Barrett Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Whitelines Choice Winner: Best Women’s Freeride Snowboard
    PRICE: £500 / €560 / $560

    A re-brand and re-build for the longest-running women’s pro-model snowboard, the Gnu Barrett (formerly B-Pro) beefs up the construction and gives it a more freeride focused shape for this winter. Not only does Barrett Christy have over 25 years of experience snowboarding as well as countless medals in everything from slopestyle to banked slaloms but she is also head of design for Gnu’s women’s snowboards. So, as you would imagine, the board that bears her name aims for the same high standards she did as a rider.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Gnu Barrett here

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    Rome Artifact Snowboard 2020-2021

    Whitelines Choice Winner: Best Men’s Freestyle Snowboard
    PRICE: £350 / $400

    Rome have completely redesigned and rebuilt their boards, boots and bindings collection from the ground up for 2021. A pretty bold move, for sure (we’re picturing some late nights and Pepe Silvia moments), but it looks to have massively paid off. This season’s snowboard lineup is stacked with newcomers, as well as some reimagined classics. The Artifact maybe encapsulates this best of all. Their original park board gets a complete facelift and stomps right in to claim the Whitelines Choice top spot as the best freestyle snowboard of the year. Pure. Park. Perfection.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Rome Artifact here

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    Ride Back Talk Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Whitelines Choice Winner: Best Women’s Freestyle Snowboard
    PRICE: $470

    Coming in hot after receiving critical acclaim its inaugural season the Ride Back Talk is an aggressive freestyle snowboard built for discerning lady shredders. If you’re a hard charging, fierce ripping, balls to the wall kind of girl then the Back Talk is a board that’s gonna keep you on your toes and always have your back. Strap in and let your riding do the talking.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Ride Back Talk here

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    Lobster Cream Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Best Men’s Newcomer Snowboard
    PRICE: €450

    Here’s the thing with freestyle and freeride categories, they’re a bit like butt cheeks. You can pull them apart all you like, but they’ll always find a way back together. The brand spanking new Lobster Cream snowboard takes a pinch of powder design, with a big slap of freestyle construction and delivers an absolute peach of an all-mountain deck.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Lobster Cream here

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    Salomon No Drama Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Best Women’s Newcomer Snowboard
    PRICE: £400 / $450

    Brand new for this season the Salomon No Drama is set to take women’s freestyle riding up a notch. Taking inspiration from Salomon’s award-winning Huck Knife, the No Drama is a dynamic and lively snowboard that packs one hell of a punch. In the music industry, Madonna is known ubiquitously as the Queen of Pop, in the snowboard industry, the No Drama is garnering that very name for itself, too. One has won the Whitelines Choice award for ‘Best Newcomer’, and the other has been excommunicated from the Catholic Church. Stay tuned to find out which is which…

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Salomon No Drama here

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    Jones Solution Splitboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Best Men’s Splitboard
    PRICE: £785 / €900 / $900

    Well, Jeremy and the gang have only gone and bloody done it. The completely reworked 2021 Jones Solution splitboard marks a major checkpoint in splitboarding’s ever-evolving construction standards. This time last year we were raving about their split collection but highlighted that the one drawback compared to their solid counterparts in the lack of the 3D Contour Base. Naively, we assumed that “the logistics of ‘spooning’ the nose and tail in a splitboard is probably beyond even the brains of the backcountry boffins at Jones”. How wrong we were.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Jones Solution Splitboard here

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    Weston Riva Women’s Splitboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Best Women’s Splitboard
    PRICE: $900

    You could pretty much count the snowboard brands producing the same number of men’s and women’s products on one glove – and we’d save the biggest finger for Weston. The Colorado-based backcountry powderhounds have an extensive line of both solid and splitboards where the lads and ladies have an equal number of unisex and gender-specific options to choose from.

    Because of this, there’s an abundance of strength in depth for every ability and style of backcountry enthusiast out there. The Riva splitboard is revamped for 2021 and is the most performance focussed splitboard for ladies lining up at the trail and ready for whatever conditions mother nature throws at them.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Weston Riva Splitboard here

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    Bataleon Stuntwood Kid’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Best Kid’s Snowboard
    PRICE: €290 / $300

    o, your kid is already better than you at snowboarding. Chin up, it could be worse, they could be a skier… There’s a strange no man’s land between kiddy snowboards and full-size adult decks, and when your grom has outgrown the former but the latter is still a bit cumbersome and unwieldy they’re often left a bit shortchanged. Enter the brand new Bataleon Stuntwood, the all-mountain freestyle ripper built specifically for the young guns. Drawing much of its DNA from the multi-award-winning Bataleon Evil Twin, the Stuntwood is the ultimate pint-sized party wagon for your prepubescent park rat.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Bataleon Stuntwood here

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    BEST OF THE REST – THE WHITELINES 100 SNOWBOARD WINNERS 2020/21

    Amplid Surf Shuttle Splitboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Rugged, durable construction in a surf inspired shape
    PRICE: €850

    The Surf Shuttle is one of Amplid’s new splitboards for the 2020/21 season. It’s built for endless repeat journeys into the backcountry. Combining the powder-primed shape of the Millisurf with the bombproof construction of the Tour Operator, it’s highly adept at holding its nerve in low tide, but truly comes to life when the waves are pumping.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Amplid Surf Shuttle here

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    Amplid Ticket Twin Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: A price point freestyle snowboard from the masters of premium tech
    PRICE: €390

    Amplid have, for most of their 15-year history, catered to those with more refined tastes. To those who value the finer things in life. To those who don’t simply equate good value to low-cost. They are, to an extent, the connoisseur’s choice of snowboards. But who says you need to be a world-class sommelier to get completely shit faced off a bottle of Chateau Lafite? Based on their best-selling Stereo snowboard, the all-new Ticket Twin ushers in a new era for Amplid – one that combines award-winning construction at a price point to rival the most affordable snowboards on the market.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Amplid Ticket Twin here

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    Bataleon Evil Twin Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Riders who want a legendary park snowboard that performs everywhere on the mountain
    PRICE: £420 / $500

    Well, would you look at that, the Evil Twin is back in the 100. Is this the Holy Grail of freestyle snowboards? That was certainly the intention from Bataleon, and this one’s been on their roster since day one. On paper, it’s an impressive sounding park board. On snow, it’s Bataleon’s magnum opus. This is the deck that redefined the all-mountain freestyle category and remains one of the best selling snowboards ever.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Bataleon Evil Twin here

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    Bataleon Party Wave + Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Volume shifted powdery good times
    PRICE: £480 / $560

    It’s no secret that we love the Bataleon Party Wave snowboard. It claimed a spot in our 100 when it debuted back in 2018 thanks to its insanely fun shape and surprising versatility. But the new Party Wave + is a different beast altogether. Though it’s still all about those freewheelin’ good times with your riding crew, this one comes with the muscle to hustle and break ahead of the lineup when the waves are really pumping.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Bataleon Party Wave + here

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    Bataleon Surfer Snowboard (Unisex) 2020-2021

    Best for: The ultimate Triple Base freeride experience, now available in women’s sizes too
    PRICE: £690 / $800

    Anybody in the market for an ultra-fun powder gun has surely bookmarked the Bataleon Surfer on their internet browser countless times. But with three additional sizes and an upgraded core for the 2021 season, there’s never been so many reasons for so many riders to add this iconic snowboard to their quiver.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Bataleon Surfer here

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    Bataleon Thunder Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Agressive freeriders who still want the fun, forgiving feel of Bataleon’s 3BT profile
    PRICE: £490 / $580

    Confident riders on the hunt for a versatile, all-mountain snowboard with a heavy leaning towards freeriding can stop the search. At a glance, the Thunder looks positively normal. There’s no taper to speak of in its outline, nor is there any of the volume shifting or eye-catching nose and tail designs we’re familiar with seeing in some of Bataleon’s other directional models. Rest assured, though, this one can still float like the best of them.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Bataleon Thunder here

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    Borealis Artefact Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: All-mountain dominance on a criminally underrated, relatively unknown snowboard
    PRICE: £483, €529, $615

    Not only is the Borealis Artefact the snowboard of choice for Freeride World Tour athlete, Clement Bochatay, this winter it became a staff favourite for us mere mortals at Whitelines, too. While we previously championed the Marauder as one of the most exciting snowboards money could buy, it was the simple, classic outline and sustainable construction of the Artefact that won our hearts this time around. Well, that and the fact that it absolutely rips.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Borealis Artefact here

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    Burton Kilroy 3D Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: A Burton classic with a modern twist
    PRICE: £430 / $470

    Since their release, the Burton Kilroy collection has gone through more line-up changes than Black Sabbath. Each year the bods at Burton sit down to tweak and poke at the formula, with the nips and tucks producing a pioneering group of snowboards, and if we do say so, never more so than this year. The Kilroy 3D is an innovative all-mountain freestyle deck, that takes features from its Twin sibling and morphs them into a more versatile all-terrain package.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Burton Kilroy 3D here

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    Burton Family Tree Straight Chuter Snowboard (Unisex) 2020-2021

    Best for: The biggest freeride days of the season, when you need a seriously reliable steed
    PRICE: £630 / $750

    Clapping eyes on the Straight Chuter you can immediately see where it yearns to be ridden – high stakes fall lines, narrow chutes, and steep couloirs. The fully directional shape with an elongated diamond nose is made to float with aplomb regardless of how deep a day it is. New to Burton’s Family Tree line for 2020/21, the Straight Chuter is a world-class freeride snowboard.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Burton Family Tree Straight Chuter here

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    Burton Talent Scout Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Confident freestyle female shredders
    PRICE: £450 / $500

    The weapon of choice for Anna Gasser, the Burton Talent Scout can take you from your first front board all the way up to stomping triple corks. Everything about the Talent Scout has been specifically thought out to make it a premium park destroyer- twin shape, poppy camber profile and tough as old boots. This is for the certified rippers, for whom freestyle isn’t just a hobby, it’s a way of life.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Burton Talent Scout here

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    CAPiTA The Black Snowboard of Death Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: A versatile all-mountain shape, with a profile and construction made for face-melting fast descents
    PRICE: £575 / $630

    It’s had a complete overhaul for its 20th anniversary, but two things remain unchanged – the name and the colour. The BSOD sits in CAPiTA’s Alpine Assault Force collection of snowboards. It’s designed with powder and pistes in mind, but riders should be confident in bringing elements of freestyle to these environments, too. It’s less about the style of riding than the intensity you bring to it.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 CAPiTA BSOD here

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    CAPiTA Paradise Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: A great value, great all rounder
    PRICE: €420
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    The CAPiTA Paradise is a jill of all trades, a great partner in crime for the rider who doesn’t want to label themselves. Your one stop shop for all-mountain idealism. Cheap as chips and just as tasty, who needs a whole quiver when you’ve got an arrow that’ll smash through anything?

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 CAPiTA Paradise here

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    Endeavor BOD Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Riders who value design aesthetic as much the technical innovation
    PRICE: £485

    Producing a stand-out all-mountain snowboard in today’s crowded one-quiver-solution market place is no easy task. Rather than quietly follow along with the masses, Endeavor’s B.O.D. has moved away from the routine traditions of directional twin shapes and camrock profiles to, instead, come up with their unique take on that elusive ‘box ticker’ of a snowboard that blends float, pop, grip and a double-barrel dose of fun.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Endeavor BOD here

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    Gnu RC C3 Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Fans of the the Gnu Riders Choice and fans of full length cambers
    PRICE: £520 / $600

    Gnu have taken their all-mountain freestyle snowboard, the Riders Choice, and turned it up to 11 by giving it their aggressive C3 camber profile. The result is the RCC3, a high-performance freestyle board that isn’t for the faint-hearted.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Gnu RC C3 here

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    Jones Dream Catcher Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Riding every day of the season. Capitalise on powder days and cruise on bluebird days
    PRICE: £420, $480

    Whether it’s navigating narrow chutes, bonking pristine pillows or charging through chop and chunder, the Dream Catcher will be your willing partner in crime. Jones Snowboards are legendary freerider Jeremy Jones’ gift to the world, decades of experience and know-how are packed into all of their offerings. With the Dream Catcher, you get all the same tech that’s packed into their most premium products, sitting in an easier going and more user-friendly shell.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Jones Dream Catcher here

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    Jones Mountain Twin Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Sustainability and all-mountain shredability in a fully redesigned shape
    PRICE: £440 / $500

    A stalwart in the Jones line, the Mountain Twin has gone under the knife this season to reinvent itself as a bona fide quiver killer with all the flair and panache you’d expect from the finale of Cirque du Soleil. After a few choice nips and tucks, the crew at Jones have taken their modern-day classic all-mountain snowboard and turned it into one of the most versatile daily drivers on the market.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Jones Mountain Twin here

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    Jones Stratos Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Riding every day of the season and hunting out powder stashes weeks after the last snowfall
    PRICE: £500 / $580

    At first glance, the Stratos looks like it was built for bombing hills, tearing up corduroy and point and shoot missions, which of course it is, but dig a little deeper and you’ll find a board that boasts a surprising amount of all-terrain versatility. Despite being one of the new kids on the block, the Jones Stratos has already nestled itself firmly in the upper echelons of the all-mountain freeride old boys club.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Jones Stratos here

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    K2 Spellcaster Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: All-mountain with a twist
    PRICE: $450

    The K2 Alliance is a collection of women who are committed to designing and developing the most innovative and imaginative female-specific gear in the industry. They work in conjunction with the R&D team at K2 to rigorously test and tweak every single product that hits the shelves, ensuring their suitability and shredability. ‘Shrink it and pink it’ women’s stuff that comes from the male, pale and stale brigade never really hits the mark, but with K2 you’re getting products by women, for women. New for 2020/21 the K2 Spellcaster is a freestyle powerhouse for women who demand the absolute best from their equipment.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 K2 Spellcaster here

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    KORUA Shapes Dart Snowboard (Unisex) 2020-2021

    Best for: Sinking the tail in pow and railing turns on the piste – a crazy fun pocket rocket
    PRICE: €449

    Even with the new size options to pick from, there’s still no choice with which way to point it. The Dart is about as directional as they come with a setback stance, tapered outline, progressive nose rocker and the most swallow like of tails. Who’s complaining though? That’s exactly what we love about it.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 KORUA Shapes Dart here

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    Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Short Wide Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Little board; BIG personality. The perfect pow slashing companion for deep days
    PRICE: £535 / €600 / $600

    Jamie and the bods at Lib Tech went back to the drawing board for 2020/21, and this year the Short Wide is… longer and narrower. Not by much though, it’s still the board you know and love, just with a few tweaks to bolster its versatility. This is your volume shifted powder ripper built for getting pitted 2000m above sea level.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Lib Tech Jamie Lynn Short Wide here

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    Lobster Stomper Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Riders wanting to get as loose as the Lobster crew, both in and out of the park
    PRICE: €460

    The Lobster Stomper went under the knife a bit last season and it’s had another little nip tuck for 2020/21. But rather than the Helgason bros taking a full Bogdanov approach to this season’s facelift, they’ve kept the tweaks subtle enough that the Stomper retains its original all-mountain freestyle nature, albeit with a couple of exciting new features.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Lobster Stomper here

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    Nidecker Mellow Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Bringing bottom turns and cutbacks to icy cold waves
    PRICE: £420 / €450 / $470

    The Mellow has long been Nidecker’s weapon of choice when it comes to blurring the line between ripping on the mountain and tearing up a wave. Year in year out, everything has been geared up to take its rider back to a time when snowboarding was about little more than recreating the steezy smooth moves of surfing on the snow – a time that, thanks to their five-decade industry legacy, is still very much fresh in Nidecker’s minds. But all that stoked-out nostalgia hasn’t gotten in the way of them giving their precious powder fish a stonking great facelift for 2021.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Nidecker Mellow here

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    Nidecker Sensor + Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Going bigger, faster, harder and higher than the OG Sensor
    PRICE: £420 / €450 / $470

    You’re currently thinking, “Hang on, haven’t we met before?” at the sight of this fresh-out-the-factory for 2021 all-mountain freestyle board, aren’t you. And technically, you’d be right – you’ve seen this shape and tech list in its brother, the Sensor. But get down and dirty into the molecular spec of this charger, and you’ll soon find the superior DNA strain that sets the Sensor Plus apart from its close relative and, ultimately, what cements it to our holy Whitelines 100 list.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Nidecker Sensor + here

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    Ride Warpig Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Volume shifted crispy shredding with a streaky top sheet
    PRICE: $500

    While the rest of the world obsesses over tall, dark and handsome, the last few years have seen the snowboard industry become infatuated with short fattys. Volume shifted decks are all the rage and the popularity of Ride’s Pig line is testament to that fact. The Ride Warpig is back at it, primed and ready for your all-out mountain assault. It’s an access all areas pass for intermediate riders looking for a ride that’s as playful as it is powerful. Unsheath this pork sword and get ready to go HAM.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Ride Warpig here

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    Rome Ravine Select Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Recreating the super versatile experience of the Ravine with a major increase in power
    PRICE: £540 / $630

    Hold onto your hats, fellas. This is the juiced-up, next-gen iteration of an all-mountain freeride powerhouse. As part of Rome’s completely overhauled product line, the Ravine Select enters the fray and flattens the competition to stand atop as the most powerful, responsive and downright deadliest snowboard in this season’s collection.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Rome Ravine Select here

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    Rome Stale Crewzer 2020-2021

    Best for: Riders wanting Stale’s most versatile snowboard from his three-strong signature series
    PRICE: £430 / $500

    Having your own pro model tends to rubber-stamp your status as a true legend in the game, but when you get three snowboards and a set of bindings bearing your name, you’ve truly become a God amongst men. The Stale Crewzer is Sandbech’s most versatile, all-mountain deck in his signature quiver, fired up for park laps and pow lines alike. Whether your looking to drop into the jump line, or drop into a backcountry chute, this one’s well worth dipping into your pockets for.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Rome Stale Crewzer here

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    Rome Stale Fish Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Bringing Stale-style creativity to the backcountry
    PRICE: £390 / $450

    When Stale Sandbech turns up for the 2021 season with three new signature snowboards and a set of bindings, you pay attention. When one of them is a volume shifted, powder hungry party wagon, you pay three hundred and ninety of your hard-earned British pounds in exchange for the best decision you’ll make this winter. The Stale Fish is a cruiser on pistes, a crusher in powder and a knockout winner in our Whitelines 100 shortlist. Keep your two-metre distance and form an orderly queue, boys. This one ain’t hanging around.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Rome Stale Fish here

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    Slash Happy Place Snowboard (Unisex) 2020-2021

    Best for: Premium tech at an outrageously good value price
    PRICE: €400

    The term ‘bang for your buck’ gets thrown around a lot but when you encounter a snowboard like the Slash Happy Place, nothing else quite hits the mark. You’re getting seasoned vet performance and top shelf tech with a baffling entry-level price tag; do yourself a favour and pick one up before Gigi hikes the price. This playful all-mountain freestyle cruiser is primed and ready to take flight.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Slash Happy Place here

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    Weston Hatchet (Pow Slayer) Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Volume-shifted backcountry freetyle
    PRICE: £649 / $649

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    Weston have been making waves in North America’s backcountry for quite some time now, but they’ve remained relatively unknown in Europe. No more, we say. This season’s new Pow Slayer Series is the Colorado crew’s foray into the weird and wonderful world of volume shifted powder. With the new series comprised of three solids and one splitboard, it’d be fair to say they’ve come out the gates swinging in 2021. The Hatchet is the flagship model.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 Weston Hatchet (Pow Slayer) here

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    YES. Dicey Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Any and all aspiring freestyle riders looking to to double their trick back before doubling their corks
    PRICE: £379 / $430

    When you use the term dicey you’re generally referring to something that’s risky or unpredictable, but the YES. Dicey is absolutely anything but. New for 2020/21, the Dicey is your friendly neighbourhood freestyle snowboard that’ll take you from zero to 360 hero in no time. Those who are looking to dip their toes into the daunting waters of park riding would do well to check out this playful little party stick.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 YES. Dicey here

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    YES. Greats Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: One of the original, and still the best Asym Twin snowboord
    PRICE: £540 / $630

    Back once again, the YES. Greats comes charging in to reclaim its throne as the mac daddy of the YES. freestyle line. It’s aimed squarely at experienced riders looking to strap into something a little different. If you’re aiming to dominate, both in the park and out on the mountain, then get ready to go full send because the Greats will tick boxes that you didn’t even know you had.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 YES. Greats here

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    YES. Hello Women’s Snowboard 2020-2021

    Best for: Bang for your buck and a banging all mountain shredstick
    PRICE: $450

    What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “Hello”? You might have visions of a moustachioed man crooning sweet nothings in your ear, but Lionel Richie eat your heart out, this is the Hello giving us special tingles now. Brand spanking new for 2021 and already making waves in the industry, the Yes Hello is a playful all-mountain maverick serving piles of steaming hot fun on a platter and bringing a helluva lot of bang for your buck.

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  • Selected for the Whitelines 100 – take a closer look at the 2020-2021 YES. Hello here

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