It's not easy to find your way through this jungle of sizes, programs, widths, shapes... but don't worry, we'll help you out!
For snowboards and splitboards it's usually pretty straightforward: the bigger your frame, the bigger the board you'll be advised to ride. However, some boards like the Barrel line defy logic with exceptional shapes that will match a wider range of sizes. In any case at Stone there is something for everyone and to make sure you don't get confused each board has its own size chart.
This chart contains some info that matters for the best riding experience! It talks about weights and sizes, radius, stance, set back, pin tail and it details the dimensions precisely.
These dimensions prove especially useful for larger sizes because the bigger your shoe size, the wider your board will need to be.
This chart is located below the board photos in computer view and below the reviews and "description" field in mobile view.
If in doubt and need personalized advice contact us via the contact form we will respond or call you back promptly.