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Updated by Wild Child Sports on Feb 02, 2015
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Best Snowboard Brands of 2015

Lib Tech Snowboards
The introduction of Lib Tech’s Banana Technology marked yet another departure from orthodox snowboard design. Traditionally, snowboards are built with camber—the gentle arch formed in between the board’s contact points when placed on a flat surface
Burton Snowboards
The Burton line is split into Four types of categories. They are: Freeride, for big mountain; freestyle, for versatile ride; park, for freestyle disciplines like half-pipe and park, and Carving; for carving down the side of mountains. Each of the categories has different levels of performance and price. In 2009, Burton's line included 61 snowboards in men, women, and youth.
Ride Snowboards
Ride hit the market with only four board models and a vision - to create a snowboard company "for the people" built upon technical innovation, superior quality and "selling the dream." With a team of top pro and up-and-coming riders, a strong product line, a zealous ad campaign and quite a bit of hard work, the first few years were a success.
K2 Snowboards
K2 Snowboarding has supported riders globally for over 25 years with authentic, innovative snowboards, boots, and bindings to create epic days in the snow. K2 specializes in superior quality snowboards designed to meet the needs of young riders to experienced action sports enthusiasts to professionals.
Forum Snowboards
Forum Snowboards is one of the most respected and recognized as one brands in the snowboarding industry today.

Most companies try to be to many things for too many people, fighting to develop many different products, messages and images that only serve to contradict each other. Forum is focused. Whether it's riding an urban roof gap, a huge park jump, or a backcountry wedge, Forum has specific technologies that help riders push the boundaries of freestyle snowboarding, and that’s all they do.
GNU Snowboards
WEIRD TIMES FOR A LONG TIME. Handbuilt in the U.S.A. since 1977

When Gnu the very act of snowboarding was considered freakish. Weird open minded experimentation has always been job one. Mysterious materials, bizarre geometries, contours and board shapes, far out art and colors, odd terrain and freakish riders have allowed us to create fantastic progressive snowboards taking snowboarding to wild and magical places.
DC Snowboards
DC is most widely known as a footwear company with offerings for extreme sports like skateboarding, BMX, motocross, surfing and rally car racing. Since DC was already one of the largest players in Action Sports, they embarked on a snowboard and binding line in 2008 with great success. With a large following, DC offers well-built, tested and proven snowboards at affordable prices.