Chad Boulter – Tips for Getting the Right Size Snowboard

Chad Boulter is professional snowboarder and skateboarder who is currently training in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado for the upcoming snowboarding season. He is dedicated to his career in the world of professional snowboarding and has been making a name for himself for the last five years. Although he grew up in Jupiter, Florida where it never snows, his career as a skateboarder helped prepare him for his career on the mountain. He has won a number of professional competitions and hopes to one day compete for the gold medal at the Olympics. He understands that getting the right size snowboard is important and he has a number of tips for sizing yourself up.

Chad Boulter

Chad Boulter

Getting the right size snowboard is all about getting the right size boots. When the boots fit right, they will not only determine what size bindings you need for your board, but it will also tell you if you need a wider than normal board. If your foot size is an 11 or above, this typically means you need to widen your board to avoid toe drag while carving on your inside edge. Three things determine the length of the board: your height, your weight, and your riding style. If you weigh more than 170 or 175 pounds, you probably need a board length within the 160 to 165 centimeter mark. However, if you typically ride in the backcountry and in powder, you can lengthen your board size a little more to accommodate. If you like to ride in the park and do tricks, you probably want a boarder on the shorter end of the spectrum.

Chad Boulter always takes the time to size up his boards to accommodate his weight, height, and riding style. He has multiple sized boards for several different styles.

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About Chad Boulter

Chad Boulter rose through the amateur ranks as a skateboarder when he was only eighteen years old. Chad Boulter beat out many professional skaters in some of his first competitions. When he turned 21, he turned to snowboarding, and earned his first sponsorship. Today, he boards professionally and has entered competitions all over the world. Chad Boulter says his dream is to win Olympic Gold.
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