Over the last few years, the level of snowboarding has progressed very rapidly. You can do snow features, rails, jumps and shred sessions.
Amazing feelings and adrenaline are guaranteed but if you want to improve without taking risks, make sure you ride wearing protective gear.
Not only you will improve your confidence, but you will also avoid missing the season because of a fracture...
There are all kinds of protection on the market and you will be able to protect all the parts of your body that are prone to get knocked about when you ride. In this article you will find all the information about snowboarding protection models that exist on the market.
The most important things to protect are the head and the neck. For that you can choose a ski and snowboard helmet. You'll see that helmets have become the norm on the slopes and in the snowpark. In some countries like Canada, for example, it is even mandatory in parks.
We also recommend protecting the rest of the body depending on your riding style, such as the back, wrists, knees, hips and tailbone. Here are the areas to protect when snowboarding:
8. Lower back