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There is a lot of content around snowboarding out there, some are good, some aren’t. I’ll share with you a list of the best snowboarding YouTube channels for inspiration, education, improvement, entertainment, and fun.
Individual bloggers invest their own time and resources, and I admire that because it takes a lot of time and effort. Usually, it is one person who rides, films, edits, and produces the video. Individual snowboarders share their own experiences and thoughts with the audience and are more relatable to the viewers.
Ryan Knapton is a well-known snowboarding YouTuber and has been around on the platform for a long time. He’s famous for his carving and butter skills.
He makes snowboard buttering videos, tutorials, and product reviews, along with some humorous snowboarding vids. As well as interviews and collaborations with other YouTubers.
Ryan Knapton’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rknapton3
The SnowboardProCamp channel is run by a snowboarder named Kevin Pearce. Not to be confused with the former professional snowboarder Kevin Pearce.
Kevin started by producing snowboarding video tutorials to help riders to learn and progress. But since has grew audience and expanded his channel beyond that. Now you can find tutorials, tips, reviews, travel videos, collaborations, and more.
This is one of the most popular snowboarding YouTube channels out there with almost 500k subscribers.
SnowboardProCamp’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SnowboardProCamp
The BoardArchive is a snowboard review channel. They’re associated with the SnowboardProCamp to deliver the best snowboarding reviews.
This channel was created in 2015 and since has produced not only review videos but also tips, travel vlogs, and even MTB videos.
BoardArchive’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BoardArchive/
Casey Willax is a board sports rider. He does skateboarding, surfing, and snowboarding.
Casey documents all of his adventures on camera and shares them on YouTube. He does a great job of sorting and structuring videos into playlists so it’s easy to navigate.
You can find how-to videos, travel vlogs, snowboarding edits, lifestyle videos, and more.
Casey Willax’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CaseyWillax
David Jones is a snowboarding blogger all the way from New Zealand. He’s interested in all kinds of board sports as well as in fingerboarding.
He’s been around on YouTube since 2012 and since has made a ton of videos and built an impressive audience, more than 370k subscribers.
David makes a lot of fingerboard videos, as well as snowboarding edits, rants, travel vlogs, and lifestyle videos.
David Jones’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/davidsjones/
Angry Snowboarder was founded by Avran LeFeber as a snowboard gear review website. But since 2013 it moved over to YouTube to bring quality video content.
Angry Snowboarder has a lot of interesting content to every taste from product reviews to challenges, interviews, skits, top 5 lists, and podcast segments
Angry Snowboarder’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngrySnowboarder/
Snowboard Robot is a small channel started by a snowboarder named Lachlan.
What I find special in this channel is the review videos are made in a quite unique way. Unlike other reviews where a person stands and shows you the board, Lachan actually films how he personally rides this board. And then he makes a thorough and detailed review. So you get two in one, a nice snowboard edit, and a review.
Snowboard Robot’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/SnowboardRobot/
Johnathan Buckhouse calls himself a Daily Snowboarding Vlogger. And that’s what you’ll find on his snowboarding YouTube channel.
Johnathan has been posting videos way since 2011. His videos feature how-tos, daily vlogs, snowboarding edits, challenges, and entertainment.
Johnathan Buckhouse’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnathanBuckhouse/
Xavier De Le Rue
Freeride snowboarding legend Xavier De Le Rue has his own YouTube channel where he’s sharing his 20 years of experience with you.
He started his channel in 2017, so it’s relatively young, but he has some quality How to type videos on a variety of topics from gear to safety.
Xavier De Le Rue’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/HOWTOXV/
IAMJS is a small YouTube channel hosted by a snowboarder/skateboarder from South Korea. The rider has some great snowboarding skills so I decided to feature him on this list.
The channel started back in 2011 and since has published quite a lot of snowboarding videos. Mostly it features some really cool edits and how-to videos.
Xavier De Le Rue’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/IAMJK/
Malcolm Moore is a BASI level 4 snowboard instructor. With over 10 years of experience working as an instructor, Malcolm has a lot to share.
His channel features instructional videos, gear reviews, POV footage, and some other great stuff.
Malcolm Moore’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/@malcolmmoore
Companies/organizations often have a whole team of professionals behind their YouTube channel (riders, film). That is understandable as they use the platform to promote their products and services. The professional team produces good quality content and videos.
Snowboard Addiction is a well-known company in the snowboarding community for its video tutorials.
Besides the snowboard training board products they made, they post high-quality snowboard tutorial videos. Amongst all of the snowboarding YouTube channels in my opinion this is a must-have subscription for any snowboarder.
Snowboard Addiction’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/snowboardaddictioncompany
Shredbots is an independent snowboard video channel started by Torstein Horgmo.
They post mostly snowboarding edits of different riders and various resorts and parks around the world. But also they produce some quality snowboarding movies. This is a good channel for inspiration and entertainment.
Shredbots’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ShredbotsOFFICIAL
Korua Shapes is a snowboard manufacturing company based in Austria.
They have a Youtube channel where they post short snowboarding edits using their snowboards. Of course, they use it to promote their brand, but I find the quality of the videos and the riding skills just amazing.
Korua Shapes’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KORUAShapes
Nidecker Snowboard is another snowboarding company from Europe, this time Switzerland.
They have a relatively young YouTube channel with snowboard reviews, advice, video edits, and even yoga for snowboarding.
Nidecker Snowboards’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/NideckerSnowboards/
ThirtyTwo is a well-known snowboarding boots company. They have some of the most creative and stylish snowboarders on the team.
Besides review videos, their channel have awesome snowboard edits and movies.
ThirtyTwo’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThirtyTwovideo
High Cascade Summer Camp is a snowboarding camp located on Mount Hood in the state of Oregon.
Their channel contains some of the best summer snowboarding edits.
High Cascade’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/highcascade
Bear Mountain Resort
Bear Mountain Resort is a ski and snowboard resort located in California.
They post Sunday In The Park snowboard series each season.
Bear Mountain Resort’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BearMountainResort
Absinthe Films is a snowboarding film company, that’s been on the market for a very long time. And you can tell, their YouTube channel has been created way back in 2006.
While their main focus is full-length snowboarding films, on YouTube they share film teasers and video parts from their movies.
Absinthe Films’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/absinthefilms/
Isenseven is a small European team of riders who produces snowboard movies. Their channel features movie trailers and parts.
Isenseven’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/isensevenMOVIES
Snowboard Magazine is one of the big players on the snowboarding media scene.
Their channel has the best snowboarding videos, movies, full parts, gear reviews, and more.
Signal Snowboards is a snowboard manufacturing company.
They have a very creative team and are famous for posting videos of custom snowboards they’ve made out of different materials.
Signal Snowboards’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SignalSnowboard
Freeride World Tour
Freeride World Tour is a series of freeride events for snowboarders held around the world.
On their YouTube channel, they post videos from competitions and stream events.
Freeride World Tour’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/FreerideWorldTourTV
World Snowboard Tour
World Snowboard Tour is a series of global snowboarding events and a rider’s rank table.
The World Snowboard Tour Channel brings you the latest event news, sick snowboarding action, rider interviews, and behind-the-scenes videos.
World Snowboard Tour’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/worldsnowboardtour
Burton Snowboards is probably the most recognizable snowboard brand in the world.
Their channel has it all snowboarding edits and videos from the world’s top snowboarders, reviews, how-tos, events, and more.
Burton Snowboards’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Burtonsnowboards
MethodTV comes from the makers of Method Magazine, Europe’s #1 Snowboard Mag. Their channel has been on YouTube since 2007.
Check out MethodTV’s channel for original snowboarding content, videos, news, and more from all over the world.
MethodTV’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MethodTV
Funky Snowboard is an Italian snowboard brand. Their channel has been on YouTube since 2014.
On their YouTube channel, they post company insights videos, snowboard edits, movies, and more.
Funky Snowboards’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj7a7DokEyQgiJ8gOEXDoOg/
Snowboard Dojo Wiz
Snowboard Dojo Wiz is a snowboard coaching company based in Whistler Canada.
Snowboard Dojo Wiz features two certified snowboard coaches in their videos. This channel is focused on tutorials and tips-type videos. The videos are available in two languages, English and Japanese.
Snowboard Dojo Wiz’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/SnowboardDojoWiz-how-to-snowboard/
A channel of creators that produce all kinds of action sports videos, including snowboarding. This channel is dedicated solely to snowboarding and has been around since 2009.
Snowboard XTreme’s channel features snowboarding trailers, web series, sessions & riders from all over the world.
Snowboard XTreme’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SnowboarderXtreme
Ed Shreds is an educational snowboarding channel started in 2017 by Christian who is a professional snowboarder. Now he wants to share his experience and knowledge with others by making videos.
The channel features videos on a variety of topics like gear reviews, trick tips, vlogs, compilations, and more.
Ed Shred’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ShredSchool1
Arbor Collective is a snowboarding and skateboarding company. They’ve been around on YouTube since 2009.
Their channel features product reviews, edits, and short films.
Arbor Collective’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/arborcollective
Did I miss something or do you know a good snowboarding YouTube channel, let me know in the comments below. Thanks!