If you have some trouble finding the right snowboard for yourself, don’t worry! We’ve gathered some great information for you and made this snowboard size chart. On this article, we’re mainly discussing the different properties of snowboard sizing and how it affects the boards performance on snow. 

It doesn’t matter if you are an experienced rider or just starting out. However, there are a few things to consider before buying a new setup. You have to take your height, weight, boot size and riding style into consideration. If you are unsure what kind of snowboard you are looking for, you might want to check out our buyer’s guide first.

You have to take your height, weight, boot size and riding style into consideration when looking for a new snowboard.

Remember that this snowboard size chart only gives a general idea of what you should look for in a board. It’s all up to the rider to find the best fit for their needs.

Snowboard size chart

Remember that this snowboard size chart only gives a general idea of what you should look for in a board. For example, heavier riders can also opt for a stiffer board instead of going up in size. This could still give you a relatively loose feel to make those jibs possible. Taller and lighter riders can also choose a longer board with a softer flex and still have enough bite even on icier conditions. It’s all up to the rider to find the best fit for their needs. The same goes for both kids and adults alike. 

Height (in) Height (cm) Weight (lbs) Weight (kg) Snowboard Length (cm)
3’ 94 35-40 16-18 < 80
3’3” 102 37-45 17-20 78-88
3’6” 109 40-47 18-21 83-93
3’8” 114 45-52 20-24 88-98
3’9” 119 50-57 23-26 93-102
4’2” 127 55-62 25-28 98-108
4’4” 135 60-80 27-36 103-117
4’6” 140 80-105 36-48 108-123
4’8” 144 100-115 45-52 122-133
4’10” 147 110-120 50-54 128-143
5’ 152 115-130 52-59 138-153
5’2” 158 125-140 57-64 137-145
5’4” 163 135-145 61-66 142-150
5’6” 168 140-155 64-70 147-155
5’8” 173 150-165 68-75 152-160
5’10” 178 160-175 73-79 157-165
6’ 183 170-185 77-84 160+
6’2” 188 180-195 82-88 160+
6’4” 193 190-205 86-93 160+

Snowboard width size chart

You know what they say about riders with big feet. They need wider boards. This means that the waist width of the snowboard is wider to help our big-boot rippers keep their heels and toes off the snow. This is especially helpful when you are carving because you can easily lose your edge hold if they hang too much over the board. It can also enhance the float of the board on deeper snow. The downside of this is that the snowboard is not as agile as ”normal” models. We suggest every rider with a boot size above US11 to get a wide snowboard. 

Boot Size (US Men’s) 5.0 – 7.5 7.0 – 9.5 8.5 – 10.5 9.5 – 11.5 11+
Boot Size (US Women’s) < 6.0 6.0 – 8.5 8.0 – 10.5 10.5+
Boot Size (EU Men’s) < 40.5 40 – 42.5 41.5 – 43.5 42.5 – 44.5 >44
Boot Size (EU Women’s) 36 – 38 37.5 – 39.5 39 – 41
Boot Size (UK Men’s) 4 – 6.5 6 – 8.5 7.5 – 9.5 8.5 – 10.5 10+
Boot Size (UK Women’s) 5.5 – 8 7.5 – 10 10+
Board Waist Width (mm) 225 – 245 245 – 255 255 – 259 260+
Snowboard Width Narrow / Women’s Regular Mid-Wide Wide

Did our snowboard size chart help you find something?

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