Refer to our snowboard size chart here.
For Standard Shaped Snowboards, the Nexus, Aero, Kin and Pass Splitboard
To determine the correct size of a snowboard, you should consider your body weight, foot size, height, and preferred riding style.
As a general rule, the length of your snowboard should be based on your body weight, with heavier individuals typically needing longer boards and lighter individuals needing shorter boards. However, your height and riding style can also come into play.
If you're a beginner, a shorter board may be more manageable and easier to control. If you're an intermediate or advanced rider, a longer board may offer better stability and performance. Additionally, the type of riding you prefer can influence your board size. For example, a shorter board may be better for park riding, while a longer board may be better for freeriding.
Sizing Considerations for the swallowtail Forma Snowboard which is a "volume shift" shape.
When it comes to volume shift or swallow tail snowboards such as the Forma, selecting the right size is a little different from traditional snowboards. In addition to considering your weight, height, foot size and riding style, you'll also need to take into account the unique feature of the stance being setback and the absence of a tail and presence of the swallowtail.
You'll want to choose a size based on your weight and the board's waist width. Generally, you'll want a waist width that's in line with the size of your boots, and you'll want to choose a length that's appropriate for your weight. Additionally, you'll want to consider the type of riding you'll be doing. If you're planning on riding in deep powder or steep terrain, a longer swallow tail board may be more appropriate.
If you still have questions determining the right size, you can contact us here.