The Edge Tuner Tool combines convenience with practicality, for easy tuning anywhere. The large surface area easily rests against your base, positioning the file at just the right angle for the perfect edge. With two angle settings to choose from—0 degrees for soft or normal snow, and 2 degrees for more hold in hard, icy conditions. The two-sided file lets you choose an aggressive double-cut pattern to remove lots of material quickly, or a traditional single-cut pattern for fine-tuning. We throw in an extra file, too, to keep your edges mint even longer.
Does Twelve Board Store price match? It's a question we get all the time is do you price match? Of course we do. We always do our best to make sure we have the best products for you but the best price as well. We will match almost any price, from any Australia retailer. The product must be the exact same as far as model, manufacturing year, size, color and you must provide proof of quoted price and/or a website screen shot. Some conditions apply and may not apply to all products.
At the end of the day we want you to buy your stuff from us and as a retailer our job is to make sure you get not only the perfect product for what your doing but the best deal. Price is the easy part, let's get a new board!
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Choosing the right snowboard size can be difficult, especially if it's your first board. The length of your snowboard will vary depending on your body weight and the type of riding you plan to do.
The above size guide is a general guide based on weight. Weight is the first factor you should consider when buying a snowboard (the board will never know how tall you are).
The next factor to consider is your riding style. If you are unsure of this or plan to do a bit of everything, we suggest basing your board purchase solely off the guide above.
If you are going to be mostly freeriding consider getting a slightly longer board for more stability and speed, unless you’re looking at a volume shifted board.
If you are are going to be mostly hitting rails and jumps in the park, consider getting a slightly shorter board that is easier to throw around.
If you're chasing powder or traveling overseas consider a slightly longer or volume shifted board, as this will help keep you floating above the snow.
If you need help finding the right size, we are happy to help. Give us a ring on (03) 9421 2293.