We all love a bit of new kit, right? Although your wallet might not be as stoked as you are about your new set up… The cost of trips seems to be rising each year and when you’re shelling out upwards of a few hundred bucks for a ski pass, it makes sense to start trying to save a few pennies where you can. So, which is the best value snowboard? It’s hard to say, there’s a lot of factors that influence it, and a lot of personal choices involved.
“These are the snowboards that we felt performed above and beyond what you could reasonably expect from their price tag”
People get stung all too often when they buy cheaper snowboards, which turn out to be poor quality and end up breaking after a few uses. But fear not! We’ve searched long and hard over the past winter and put a helluva lot of equipment through its paces. We’ve spent time scouring trade shows and trawled on-snow demos hunting for the best value snowboards for winter 2020-2021.These aren’t all basic beginner boards either, these are the snowboards that we felt performed above and beyond what you could reasonably expect from their price tag.
These aren’t just the cheapest boards on the market, these are all high quality, well-made products with a bafflingly small price tag. Every product in this list has the Whitelines seal of approval for a banging snowboard at a banging price, and for arguments sake we’ve capped the list at £400, otherwise we could be here all day.
Best Value Snowboards 2020-2021
- Salomon Dancehaul – Best All-Mountain Snowboard
- Rome Artifact – Best Men’s Freestyle Snowboard
- Ride Back Talk– Best Women’s Freestyle Snowboard
- Salomon No Drama– Best Women’s Newcomer Snowboard
- Amplid Ticket Twin
- CAPiTA Paradise
- K2 Spellcaster
- Korua Dart
- Rome Stale Fish
- Slash Happy Place
- YES. Dicey
- YES. Hello