Snowboards For Kids

Today, I’ll talk you through how you can find the best snowboard for kids. If you are looking for a snowboard to your son or daughter, who wants to try a snowboard for their first time, you are lucky. Kids usually don’t have much knowledge about stuff like this. They are therefore probably not expecting the fanciest and most expensive snowboard on the market.

The plastic snowboards

There are actually several plastic snowboards for kids, that work very well in the learning process. As they get older, and still have an interest for snowboarding, you might want to consider a better, and higher quality board. As of for now, a plasitc board works just fine. Another good thing about these plastic snowboards are that they are increadibly cheap. You can even get them for under $50!

The prices on these two boards below lies around $34 to $40 only! The link to the website is proveided if you are interested in buying!

Pictures of plastic snowboards. 

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Click on this link here at amazon.com for the white board.

Click on this link here at amazon.com for the red board.

The normal quality snowboards

If you son or daughter is older than the age of 10, a plastic snowboard could be a little under the expectations. These plastic boards don’t come in many different sizes either, so a bigger more solid snowboard would be the ideal choise.

These snowboards are just like any others, just that they are disigned for kids. They have better quality and are designed to last much longer. Up to 10 years actually.They also provide a better over all experience by the user. Obveously these snowboards cost more, but they are totally worth it. On the website linked below, you’ll find snowboards like the others ones for between $100 to $200. Just to mention, $100 for a board like this is a really good deal! 

Pictures of high quality kids snowboards.

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If you are interested in buying any of these quality snowboards for you kids, then you can check out some of my product reviews on kids snowboards.

Click here for the product reviews!

If you have any questions about this post, feel free to leave them below!

 

8 Comments

  1. Nakisha Harris

    Okay, I have a niece over the age of 10 who is interested in snowboarding. You’ve suggested that a purchase of a larger board maybe appropriate. But, she is a novice and this will be her first lesson. What would be your suggestion for novice snowboarders over the age of 10?

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    1. admin

      Since she is over the age of 10, I would recommend buying a high quality snowboard. This because it will be much easier for him/her to use the board cause of their size. a plastic board is harder to keep your balance on if you are this big. Him/her experience will be alot better too, on a snowboard with a higher quality! 🙂

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      1. Nakisha Harris

        Thank you for the quick response. Will be sure to look for the larger board.

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        1. admin

          No problem 🙂
          Stick around my website when buying the board though;)
          Havent gotten the links to the websites yet. Havent gotten so far in the courses yet, but the links should soon be upon the pages to other websites that sell snowboards!

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  2. Linda C.

    Hey Tore,

    I have a little one that loves the snow and sledding and I think would one day have a bunch of fun snow boarding. I don’t know a thing about it so ….I think having your experience to help with making the rights choices is a big plus.

    You didn’t say too much about safety in this post. Do you recommend one brand over another as a safer board? Seems to me it would be a disaster to have the hardware break on a board while riding it.

    I can’t wait to see some of your reviews get completed.

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    1. admin

      Thank you for liking my site! Made me very happy!

      When it comes to safety while snowboarding there are a few criterias. You obveously need a helmet. Back protection is also requested by many. I use it myself. It is kind’a like a plate, from your neck, to your spine protecting you from damage if you were to hit it. Helps alot!
      You also mentioned snowboard brands, and that some might be safer than one another. This is not really the case. As long as the board fits the user, you should be perfectly fine.
      You can check one of my other posts of how to size a snowboard. This will help you finding the perfect one for your “little one”.

      Hopefully it helped and cleared you mind a littlebit! 🙂
      PS: Snowboarding is not dangerous a sport.

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  3. Linda C.

    Hey Tore,

    I have a little one that loves the snow and sledding and I think would one day have a bunch of fun snow boarding. I don’t know a thing about it so ….I think having your experience to help with making the rights choices is a big plus.

    You didn’t say too much about safety in this post. Do you recommend one brand over another as a safer board? Seems to me it would be a disaster to have the hardware break on a board while riding it.

    I can’t wait to see some of your reviews get completed.

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  4. Terry

    Hi Tore;

    This post about plastic snowboards caught my eye for certain reason – thanks for publishing this. You see, I have enjoyed skiing, and I came to prefer the fiberglass skis over the wooden ones. I got tired of waxing the wooden ones, and I wondered if I would have to do that to snowboards?
    Not for plastic ones of course…but I see these are only for the kiddies…:(
    There is a lot of quality information here, and I like this blog, Your Perfect Snowboard:)

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