When it comes to setting up your solid snowboard, it’s usually a case of two disks, eight screws, and a little bit of adjustment in the strap lengths. Splitboarding, on the other hand, takes a little more finesse to dial in the correct stance.
That being said, with just a screwdriver, a measuring tape, and the splitboard binding interface (like the one shown here from Spark R&D), you’ll be good to go in no time.
In this video, UIAGM Backcountry Snowboard Guide and Jones Ambassador, Neil McNab, talks us through how he sets up his splitboard, and how you can dial in your perfect fit, too.
*Disclaimer* Unless you and your group have significant mountain safety and avalanche awareness experience, always travel through the backcountry with a guide.