Snowboards Sizing Chart


Snowboard Length Sizing:

A recent survey showed 85% of pro riders revealed that on average they rode boards that are 85% - 92% of their height. The formula to live by is: Rider Height (inches) x 2.54 x 0.88 = Suggested Board Length (cm). And presto, you have the perfect board for you in all conditions. Right? Wrong!!

Keep in mind that there is no magical formula for every rider. It's more or less determined by terrain, conditions and most of all, personal preference. In general, an overall greater cm length will yield a board that can be controlled at and attain greater speeds. In addition, longer boards are better performers and float more in powder due to their increased surface area. Shorter overall lengths yield a board that is more maneuverable and offer a lower swing weight.

Snowboard Size Chart

Rider (lbs) 70- 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220
Freeride (cm) 134- 137 140 143 146 149 152 155 158 161 162 162 163 163 164 165
Freestyle (cm) 129 132 135 138 141 144 147 150 153 156 157 158 159 160 161 161

Snowboard Width Sizing:

Board width is as important, if not more important, than overall length in selecting the right board for you.
A board that is too narrow in relation to a rider's boot will cause toe and heel drag. With a board that's too wide, the rider will not be able to put adequate pressure on the toe and heel edge, thus creating an unresponsive ride.
Use the following chart to gauge the relationship between your boot size and board.

Recommended Width Based on Boot Size
Mens Boot Size
Womens Boot Size Youth Boot Size Board Width (at base)
Up to 5.5
Up to 6
Up to 6
Up to 24 cm Narrow
6 to 10
6.5 to 11

24-25.5 cm Regular
10 to 12

24.5-26.5 cm Midwide
12 or larger

26 cm+ Wide
Lamar Sizings

Lamar Binding Sizing

Size S M L
4-6 5-9 9-13

Lamar Helmet Sizing

Size S M L XL
54-56cm 56-58cm 58-60cm 60-62cm

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