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After longboarding every single day (some exceptions) up until the first snowfall of the year, I've been interested into picking up on snowboarding. Keep in mind, I have roughly 5% of knowledge on this sport, and of that 5% includes that longboarding and snowboarding are quite similar. I have a ton to learn, and I figured this would be a great place to start. I'm looking online and everything is so expensive, which is making me even more lost. Help would be much appreciated! Thank you(:
sweet I'm not the only one that joined from longboarding @EmilySalzsieder
same I'm gonna use my Longboard skis that I just got but there is not enough snow yet to try them
Awesome! I'll definitely look into renting and trying it out. Thank you so much for the tips!
That being said, any board sport experience will definitely help you to learn to snowboard quickly. In my opinion snowboarding is one of the most exhilarating of all board sports. If you get a chance you should rent a board and get lessons for a week, that will help you to know if you really want to get into it!
@EmilySalzsieder I'd be more worried about the snow/moisture starting breaking down the glue and cause the plies of wood to start to delaminate.
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