Snowboarding was invented in Northern Europe in the early 20th century and used to increase the speed of skiers while skiing. Due to the continuous advancement of technology, snowboarding has been divided into many different types.
When choosing the length of the snowboard, the longest should be no more than the height of the wrist raised on my arm, and the shortest should not be shorter than the crotch. Choose a long embossed snowboard, which is fast to use and has good stability. A short snowboard is slow, trembling, and has poor stability.
When choosing a single board, the hardness is also a key choice. Generally speaking, the harder the board is, the more stable it is at high speed, which is suitable for maintaining speed. The softer the board is, the easier it is to perform fancy movements during FREESTYLE. You should choose different hardness according to your favorite sliding method. Body weight also plays a big role in choosing different types of hardness.
Generally speaking, the longer the board is, the more stable it is, suitable for high-speed taxiing, and the shorter the board is, the more flexible it is for parks and props. But in which range is the length appropriate? Stand the board up, don't cross your nose at the highest, and don't lower your shoulders at the shortest. Strictly speaking, for general beginners, it is recommended to subtract 20cm from your height. According to your weight and preferred gameplay, it can float up and down by 3cm. Those with a large weight who prefer to slide can choose to float upwards. People can choose to float down.