Compare womens beginner snowboard packages before you buy! First, shop prices, ratings, special features and more. Then, find the best snowboard for you, using this simple side-by-side comparison chart. Plus, these bundled packages can save you money!
Top Snowboard Packages
|Package & Special Features
Women’s Symbolic Knotty
|Varies by Size
|Hybrid rocker profile makes this snowboard easy to turn in both directions. Plus, it has good edge hold on hard pack and low vibration for a more comfortable ride. Made for freestyle, all mountain riding.
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|Flat board base provides a stable, predictable ride, while the nose/tail rockers prevent catching an edge. Lightweight design, plush boots full-pad bindings make riding extra comfortable for beginners. Select Your Package Size
|Varies by Size
|Hybrid rocker profile makes this snowboard easy to turn in both directions. Plus, it has good edge hold on hard pack, low vibration and cool reclaimed wood board graphics. Designed for all mountain riding. Choose Your Size
This board is designed more for freestyle riders, with greater mobility for more versatile riding. Plus, it feels easier to control and is very forgiving if you happen to turn too quick or not fast enough. As a result, it’s easier to learn on. Choose Your Set
Women’s ROXY Dawn
|Easy-gooing forgiving board that’s ideal for beginners learning to snowboard. Plus, it has excellent edge hold, giving you more control and confidence while riding. Select Your Size.
What to Look for in Womens Beginner Snowboard Packages:
Tip #1: Boot Size You want the boots to have a snug fit, but you don’t want your toes to touch the front of the shoe. Therefore, size up if you shoe size falls in between boot sizes. Plus, most likely you will be wearing thick wool socks, and you can always double up on socks. (By the way, boots are waterproof.)
Tip #2: Bindings When you receive your snowboard package, you’ll need to attach the bindings to the board. However, this is a simple task, and all hardware needed is included in the kit.
Tip #3: Snowboard Size Snowboard size can vary by skill level. That said, you can use the sizing chart below to get a general idea of the best snowboard size for you.