A Skateboard for the snow!
A Skateboard meets a Snowboard - now you can experience skateboarding without wheels and snowboarding without bindings!
"Riding is the first thing you want to learn as it will lead you to performing tricks with your snowskate. The positioning on your snowskate will vary with the trick you want to perform. If you are just riding, you don't need to have your back foot on the tail, just have a wide enough stance so you are comfortable and have balance. Carving can be done by applying pressure on your toes or heels as you turn your board in the direction you are willing to go. The best way to stop your snowskate can be done by applying pressure on your heels and turning your board in order to face the direction you are going (it also helps to lean a bit behind)." - Alex , Ambition Snowskate Apparel
We are currently in the works of partnering with a few key resorts and Rye Airfield, the largest indoor Skateboard Park in North America. Rye Airfield is significant in our expansion movement, as it is the first skateboard park to ever open a Premier Snowskate Park.
If you're a novice or die-hard, we have skates for you... and there are plenty of open fields, parks, benches, and backyards for exploration.