About Us

Has it ever happened that you wanted some trustworthy information about snowboarding but couldn’t find any? Or, maybe you got confused after reading a lot of advice, both good and bad.

Or even worse, you somehow followed somebody’s instructions only to learn that this was not at all the right one as per your situation? Well, we all have done so at some point in time, and that is why we got the idea for Snowboarding Help.

The job over here is simple: ​to create the most detailed, trust-able, and wonderful resource for some practical advice that will greatly benefit your snowboarding dreams.


SnowboardingHelp.com consists of a group of people who were frustrated with the generic information available on the internet for funnels and other related aspects.

Problems in our own snowboarding journey and our search for solutions led us to several resources that seemed good at first, but our perceptions changed later. Unfortunately, upon applying those ‘expert tips’, we found that many of them simply did not work.

The advice seemed to work in an idealistic world rather than the practical one that we live in. Thus, we felt the need for giving out information on an ‘as is’ basis. No fluff, unfiltered, and based on our experiences. We are no experts and don’t claim to be so.

What worked for us might not work for you, but at least you would know that this information shouldn’t be treated as the snowboarding bible. And we don’t mean to say that this worked for 2-3 people or the website owners only. We only include information that has worked for around a solid 45-50 people at least.

This data helps us uncover patterns and gaps in the world of snowboarding. If our information resonates with you, please go ahead and apply it to your own life. If it doesn’t, please look for alternatives, suggest them to us, and let us try them out. Never would we make the mistake of assuming that what we say is the absolute authority.

However, we would only be able to update the current information with a counter point of view if and only if it beats our current benchmark of 45-50 people. We are open and happy to update our content if it seems to work for people in general.

SnowboardingHelp.com is committed to providing you with the most in-depth, comprehensive, and unbiased practical advice for your snowboarding needs.


Alas, nothing in the world is free and this website has incurred a lot of cost for creation, updates, and maintenance. Snowboarding Help is purely supported by readers like you.

When you click on the product links to buy recommended products, we may earn just enough money (as affiliate commissions) to continue bringing in awesome content for you. Anything you buy through our link, you pay nothing extra for that.

But the vendors pay us a small amount as a commission for bringing them a sale. Since you can choose to buy whatever you like, rest assured that we are not being biased when we recommend a particular product. It is indeed one of the top-notch stuff in the market.

Also, our ad partners like Google Adsense, Ezoic, etc. pay us for displaying ads on our website.