Plan Your Next Snow Sport Adventure
If you're lucky enough to be visiting our neck of the woods and want to hit the slopes then Sled Shed is your best option for snowboard rentals! We've got a great selection of snowboards and boots all tuned up and ready to help make your day in the mountains the best experience possible!
Our snowboard rentals include the best insider information on local terrain that you'll find anywhere. We also have some awesome helmets to help protect your brain! Sliding on snow is always fun, but wearing a helmet is never a bad idea!
Reserve Your Snow Equipment
Our typical snowboard package rental price is $40/day. That's $30/day for the board and bindings, and $10/day for the boots. A la carte options are available during the booking process. While we do accept walk-ins, booking online is the best way to ensure that we have the gear you need ready for you in the correct size and style as soon as you arrive at our shop. During the booking process, please know that a 1-day rental equates to 24 hours, so please select the correct pickup time. Rental items that will be used on a Saturday should be booked for Friday night at 5pm unless you're actually going to pickup gear on Saturday morning after 10am. Due to travel distance from our store to the local resorts it is acceptable for items rented on Friday night and used during the day on Saturday to be returned on Monday morning.
Unsure on Size?
Knowing which size of snowboard to use can be tricky, but there are a few general guidelines that can help you decide. The old-school method was to choose a board that was roughly chin height, measured in centimeters. While this method is no longer as accurate as it once was it still gives you a good estimate. Most modern snowboards are now sized based on rider weight, please see the chart below for reference. Riding style can come into play, with beginners, or riders who prioritize agility sizing down, while more advanced riders or those who prioritize high-speed stability and/or floatation in powder will size up.
It's common to wear the same size snowboard boots as your typical shoe size, although that's not always the case. When in doubt it's probably safest to move up half a size, and if necessary a second pair of socks can take up space while adding some warmth. Finding the right size can be a balance between comfort and performance, with a tighter fit providing higher performance and a looser fit often providing more comfort or warmth, so try to plan accordingly.
Snowboard Sizing Chart
For Kids and Youth
Did You Fall in Love?
If you rent a snowboard and decide that it's a match made in heaven, we offer rent-to-own payment plans or special orders for the board dreams are made of.