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Our boards are designed with wood from sustainable forests, it is for us a major issue. All Stone boards are made from unique, original molds, and benefit from a careful design.
Our boards are made with the utmost care in Europe, and if we offer a price almost twice as low as our competitors, it's because we've cut out all the middle men! When you buy a Stone Snowboards board, you go direct, your contact is us! And at Stone, we have boards for all tastes:
Freestyle All mountain
Here you will find a range of boards designed for freestyle but also ultra versatile; you can go from the snowpark to off-piste without concession, your board will follow you everywhere!
Freeride All mountain & Freeride
Boards designed for powder, for off-piste, but also versatile boards for mountain lovers who want to have fun on all types of terrain.
A splitboard at this price? It's possible, once again because we are manufacturer and seller, there is no middleman. Our splitboards are equipped with the best clips & the best construction possible. There is something for everyone: from pure freeride splitboards to versatile splitboards.
Second hand :
To enjoy an even cheaper price than cheap, used boards are checked in our workshops! Our second hand boards are often boards that have slipped for an hour during a test mag, or test week end resort.
What's the difference between a snowboard and a splitboard?
Snowboards and splitboards are similar in their basic form and function: hurtling down snow-covered peaks. But splitboards differ in their design and their ability to be used as ski touring boards to access the peaks. Unlike snowboards, splitboards can be split in two to form touring skis. Their use therefore requires specific bindings to adapt to the board's versatility. Splitboards are very popular with off-piste snowboarders.
Snowboard or splitboard, which should I choose?
The choice between a snowboard and a splitboard depends on your riding style, especially as each board (snowboard or splitboard) has a different tip, tail and core. To help you make the right choice, we advise you to select a board according to your riding style. For example, if you want to freestyle, we recommend a snowboard with a snowboard park label. If you have a preference for freeride, snowboards and splitboards bearing the helicopter sticker will offer you maximum sensation and comfort. However, we recommend splitboards if you prefer off-piste skiing. Their versatility between snowboarding and ski touring will make you rediscover the pleasure of climbing and descending snow-covered peaks. If you don't have a preference for a particular style (all-mountain), we advise you to choose a snowboard with a mountain label. These boards offer a comfortable ride on all types of terrain. These boards are ideal for beginners. You can also opt for a splitboard, which will make life easier if you're going off-piste.