This video,, can also be seen at To Set Up A Snowboard If your new to snowboarding, setting up your board and bindings can feel like a daunting task with an endless list of width, angles and direction combinations to choose from.How to Put on Your Snowboard Boots and Bindings You’ve seen the professionals ripping powder and you’re excited to get on your snowboard and give it a try. Before you can start carving turns, you’ll need to learn the basics: how to put on your boots and how to strap into your bindings.Put the snowboard across the slope (horizontal) with your front toes facing uphill. Then, use your free foot on the uphill side of your board to step forward. Using the toe edge to gain a footing on the slope, lift the snowboard uphill. BODY STANCE. A relaxed, balanced body stance is necessary for snowboarding.The first time you put on skis. Once your instructor has shown you how to carry your skis they will take you to the most suitable area for your beginners skiing lesson. All ski resorts have specially designed areas for beginners which are flat or very slightly angled with plenty of room to make mistakes.Each competitor had two runs to put down their best trick. She is looking to claim her first gold medal at a FIS Snowboard.Learn how Guf (@matt_guf) sets up his snowboard bindings. Try many stance configurations to find what stance works best for you. 1. Adjust the Bindings to fit the Boots 2. Pick your stance width.put simply, the stance angles are the angles at which your bindings are mounted in relation to your snowboard. An angle of 0 degrees means that the binding is mounted pointing directly across the snowboard with no forward or backward tilt. A binding angle with plus degrees (+) means the binding is set pointing towards the nose of the snowboard.How to Snowboard: This is an instructable for anyone who is interested in learning how to snowboard. I am an avid snowboarder, and i feel this should help you out a lot, plus I am going to put some work into this so I hope you enjoy! Make sure you get a board tha.