How to choose the right snowboard size for You?
Choosing the right snowboard size can be difficult. Often opinions vary on how long or how short to go. Here at Winter-Warehouse we have come up with a simple solution to finding your perfect board size. The first 3 things you always want to consider is your: Height , Weight, and Where You Spend your Time Riding.
What is the formula for snowboard board size?
The formula is as follows: Your Height (in inches) X 2.54 X 0.88 = Your Recommended Board Length. While this formula may seem like the absolute answer because it involves numbers, math and a bit of homework, it doesn’t mean you’re stuck with the number you get as a result.
What’s the average size of a snowboard boot?
As the average snowboard boot size for a male is between 8.5 and 11.0 US Men’s (remember snow board boot size can differ to normal shoe sizes – they’re usually the same but can fit 1/2 size smaller or 1/2 size larger (or even up to a whole sizes in some cases).
What do you need to know about snowboarding?
The first thing we need for snowboarding is, of course, a snowboard — more specifically, the best snowboard that fits you. Because your snowboard is probably your most important partner while you are out there at the big white mountain.
How to contact the nanospikes footwear company?
Depending on your shoe style and foot size, it could also be as simple as going up a size in the NANOspikes®. Either way, we’d love to speak with you about the issue and help resolve the situation however possible. Please feel free to reach us directly at (866) 330-8030.
What kind of shoes do I wear with nanospikes?
I generally wear a size 7.5 women’s shoe, which is right on the border between XS and S in the NANOspikes. I have an XS to go with my “barefoot” style of Merrell Trail Gloves and just bought an S to go with my hiking boots and larger athletic shoes.
How are nanospikes traction spikes held in place?
Each spike is held in place with a lightweight aluminum anchor and is surrounded by a TPU cleat for added traction and shock absorption. A soft outer compound provides wear-resistance and flexibility, and aids in snow release, while a hard inner compound near the spikes disperses force against the outsole of footwear.