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Kids Snowboard Packages

Updated on November 8, 2015

Kids Snowboard Package

Kids Snowboarding Packages

Buy a Kids Snowboard Package

Why buy the snowboard package deal instead of the individual parts yourself and make up your own package. The main reason automatically that comes to mind is cost. For instance one of the top rated packages The Burton After School Special package comes with Boots, Bindings, The snowboard, and the bag to carry it all in for around two hundred ninety to three hundred dollars. Typically Kids Snowboards by themselves run from about one hundred sixty dollars too about two hundred fifty dollars each. Bindings are seventy to one hundred twenty dollars and boots go from forty dollars to about one hundred dollars averaging about eighty dollars a pair. So, overall the Burton Snowboard package is the better deal. Especially for kids who are just learning and this is going to get them through a couple of seasons before they move on to a longer board.

Kids Snowboarding

Snowboard Boots

Kids Snowboard Boots

One of the nice things about kids snowboard boots is that since your child's feet are growing like weeds if they are like most kids is that the size of the boots adjust out as their feet get bigger so these boots can last at least a couple of seasons where previously you had to buy a new pair every season. So when buying snowboard boots for children make sure they are adjustable.

Kids Snowboards

If you stick with the better known brands of snowboards out there you are going to get a decent board for a decent price. These companies know that these kids are the future of their sport and their bottom line. So the deal you give them today on the forgiving snowboard that doesn't catch edges and send them sprawling down the slope will pay off in the future in a teenager and adult who loves snow sports. So these kids packages are a good deal for manufacturers and for parents looking for cheap snowboard deals.

Ways To Save Money On Snowboard Gear.

Another way you can save money on snowboard or ski gear is when your in the children's section looking for gear either online or in the store chances are you need gear for everyone mom and dad included right. Well, if you buy kids large snowboard or ski gloves usually they are the same size as a woman's small or medium. The reason this is important is because the kids size large is usually half the price of the women's glove price. Gloves don't cost that much you say well some can be upwards of fifty to sixty dollars or more. Half price looks pretty good. Also try the same thing with ski pants usually it doesn't work out with pants. Good luck have a good trip


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