As much as we’d all like to have a snowboard for every occasion, the majority of us haven’t got the space/cash/need to own an entire fleet. So rather than sit and lament our misfortune, we buck up and go on the hunt for an all-mountain snowboard. Your daily driver, your quiver killer, your all-terrain vehicle, as it were. A snowboard you can take anywhere on the hill. Go and get your slash on in a powder bowl in the morning, and then boost sidehits on your way to session the park in the afternoon.
“There’s no exact specification as to what an all-mountain snowboard has to be”
What exactly constitutes an all-mountain snowboard? There’s no exact specification as to what an all-mountain snowboard has to be, because like with most things in snowboarding it’s all very personal. Most boards within the category are slightly more geared towards a certain activity, but they’ll be able to handle whatever you throw their way. Some boards might be classified a particular way, but the attributes they have make them viable for other areas as well.
If you’re looking for one board to do it all, then look no further. Every snowboard in this list has our Test Team seal of approval. These are the boards that performed in every area we took them in, and their versatility made an impression on us.
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Capita The Equalizer | Bataleon Distortia | Gnu Pro Choice | Head Everything | Lib Tech No. 43 | Ride Psychocandy | Rome Lo-Fi | Salomon Gypsy | Bataleon Feelbetter | Bataleon Push Up | Bataleon Spirit | Burton Feelgood | Burton Yeasayer | Gnu Ladies Choice | Good Prima | Jones Dream Catcher | Jones Twin Sister | K2 Cold Shoulder | K2 Outline | Ride Saturday | Salomon Wonder |Slash Happy Place | Weston Rise | YES Emoticon | YES Hel