How to determine where the nose snowboard
To understand how to properly ride a snowboard, to get started is to see it as follows and measured. Learn its overall length, the distance between the contact points and the distance from the center to the mortgage (holes for fasteners). These values help you determine the type of the board.
Instruction how to determine where the nose snowboard
Determine the nose (front-end snowboards) and snowboard tail can be of some characteristic features. Look carefully at the shape of the board, compare the width and length of the rounded ends.
Friraydnye boards are suitable for beginners. They are versatile, as designed for good sliding on the snow of medium thickness. These models feature a wider nose and narrower tail, and softer design of the front mounting to an extreme point of the nose. This shape allows the board to float well in powder snow and to develop good speed through a narrowed tail. However, such boards are not too common in Russia. Here the most popular boards and mixed fristaylnogo type having a symmetrical shape. Bordeaux, visually symmetrical, designed to be ridden in a given direction. In snowboarding this type of nose normally has a more elongated shape.
If visually nose and tail can not be distinguished, look at the side of snowboarding. As a rule, has a large nose upturned. This is to a higher speed. The tail is usually flatter than the curve of the nose.
Carefully measure the distance from the center to the snowboard bonds (non-through holes in the board to be installed fixtures). All-purpose and friraydnyh models holes for fasteners are shifted toward the tail on the 25-35mm. Very often it turns out to be the main feature of the nose and tail of the snowboard.
On some models, especially for technical freestyle, none of these features can not be found. This form boards Twin-tip, they have the same width, shape and rigidity of the tail and nose, and fastening arranged strictly in the center. These boards are suitable for driving in both directions and for people on both the left and right lead leg.