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Ny på splitboard? Häng med på Stranda Snowboards splitboardkurs i Ramundberget. Under tre intensiva dagar kommer du att få lära dig hantera din säkerhetsutrustning, hur du effektivt tar dig fram med stighudar, ”kickturns”, vägval upp och inte minst köra offpist.
Join us for the ultimate splitboarding experience in Swedens highest massif. As we at Stranda are passionate about what we do, we decided that we wanted to bring more value to the table than just selling products. The lines you choose as a snowboarder often differs a lot from skiers, so mixing a group may […]
New to splitboarding? Join one of Stranda Snowboards splitboard clinics in Sweden. Two fun filled days where you learn how to use your avy gear, skin up and ride out of bounds. You will be coached by Clarence Gagnon, who is a fully certified Canadian snowboard instructor. He has been in the business for 16 […]
New to splitboarding? In cooperation with UteGuiden in Stranda, Norway we’re doing 2 separate 2,5 day clinics. Dates areJanuary 22-24 and February 12-14. You will learn how to use your avy gear, skin up and ride out of bounds Mountain SafetyUphill TechniqueBackcountry Riding You can rent equipment from Uteguiden. More info at https://uteguiden.com/en/ Lavine- og […]
Choosing the perfect splitboard should be easy but the questions are many if it’s your first time buying. We made this splitboard guide in order to help you make those important first decisions so you can find the best splitboard. Your first consideration choosing a splitboard is how and where you plan to ride as […]
Stranda Snowboards founder/shaper Mats Drougge explains the simple steps for safe storing of a snowboard. Before you put your board away for summer you need to cover the base in hot wax. This protects the base from drying out during summer. And from getting scratched. After waxing store it in a dry cool and place. […]
In this video Mats Drougge, founder/shaper at Stranda Snowboards explains the physics of edge hold, and why you need longboards for clean high speed carving. Effective edge and turning radius are key elements for superior edge hold. And theres some nice turns at the end of the video on a 185 Pipeliner.