16 tester favorites for the 2023 season

We can’t guarantee you’ll ride just like Barrett Christy, but this snowboard might get you a little bit closer

Rock’n’roll-ready boots, bindings, and more

After record- and internet-breaking lift lines plagued resorts nationwide last winter, the splitboard has never looked sexier

From freestyle to freeride, these snowboards put fun first

Enjoy riding frozen waves more than ever with these items

How do we decide which snowboards earn coveted slots in our Winter Buyer’s Guide? Take a virtual tram lap with a few of our Utah testers.

Noteworthy rigs for everything from pow to hardpack

Speed demons, air addicts, and powder hounds, meet your matches

Tree-topped designs that look as good as they ride

Versatility reigns as decks with inventive shapes push performance to the edge

We just wrapped up reviewing a batch of the best upcoming models at Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado. Here's how it went down.

Make your way down, across, and, yes, even up the mountain with these premium planks

Five decks that bring surf style to the slopes

Inconceivably rad gloves and mittens from the Land of the Rising Sun

Size matters. For speed, go big. Wanna goof around? Stubby is best.

Seven boards that put fun first.

Stifle that laughter. These aren’t merely kids’ pj’s anymore.

The Skyliner ($400) is fully reversible, with a diamond-quilted cotton/nylon shell on one side, and Pendleton's striped wool on the other.

Snowboard boots to match your baseball glove

Presenting our favorites from the annual test in Crested Butte, Colorado

The best new boards for all kinds of riders

Best-in-class picks to match your style. (Amplid) Amplid LoveLife Best For: Aggressive Riders Amplid got the memo that not all women crave soft flex and graphics that look like Disney-princess wallpaper. Despite the unfortunate name, expert testers endorsed the LoveLife for its tip-to-tail stiffness, created by a low-density poplar core and a…