You don’t need to leave Toronto to find kids snowboards.
BOARDSPORTS is Toronto’s premiere shop when it comes to all things, well… board sports! Originally a core windsurfing business, it evolved from Wind Promotions and became BOARDSPORTS to reflect the stores broadening focus on all board sports. Conveniently located at 105 Vanderhoof Ave in Leaside, their store is always stocked with awesome kids snow gear. The staff at Boardsports are always excited to get people out riding, and want to make sure you’re safe and comfortable doing it.
Not to worry if you can’t make it to the shop! You can also conveniently shop for kids snow gear online on BOARDSPORTS’ website. They ship items Canada-wide, and within the continental United States. They also offer Free Canada Post Expedited Shipping on orders over $99.99 within Canada! In their snow section, you can find kids gear underneath the gender category, labeled as “youth”.
There are SO many awesome deals going on right now at BOARDSPORTS, head on over to their website to check it all out!
BOARDSPORTS’ price guarantee.
BOARDSPORTS guarantees the best price in Canada on items for 15 days from the date of purchase.
If you find a lower advertised price from an Authorized Canadian Dealer, or if BOARDSPORTS advertises the product for a lower price, they will provide you a store credit for the difference.
CLICK HERE to learn about the terms and conditions that apply.
Snow Camps 2020 is just around the corner!
Now is the perfect time to head on over to BOARDSPORTS with snow camps just a few short months away!
Not registered for Snow Camps 2020 yet? No worries! There are still a few spots left. CLICK HERE to claim yours now.
Finding the perfect snowboard or skis for your kids can seem like an impossible task at first. But really it’s all about knowing where to look and finding the right people to ask. We want to help point you in the right direction!
Corbetts Ski & Snowboard is an incredible Oakville storefront and online retailer offering a remarkable selection of kids skis & snowboards, and so much more. If you live in the GTA, Corbetts is just south of the QEW East of Dorval street in Oakville (120 Speers Rd, Oakville, ON L6K 2E7). Head on over and say hello to their lovely staff, and they’ll be happy to help fit your kids with the right equipment. Otherwise, as long as you have access to the internet, Corbetts can ship to you! Their website is user-friendly, organized and clean, which makes online shopping with them super convenient.
CLICK HERE to check out their awesome kids ski collection, and CLICK HERE to check out the kids snowboard selection. Corbetts carries trusted brands such as Armada, Lib Tech, Vans, Volcom and Oakley. The term “jr” (short for junior) is used quite often in athletic contexts when referring to kids gear. Corbetts has all the junior-sized gear you need for SNOW CAMPS 2020this year! To name a few things:
Not only does Corbetts have a selection that makes shopping for your snow camper quick and convenient, but they offer prices that won’t break the bank. Check out the GIANT Corbetts Ski + Snowboard Annual Warehouse Sale at The International Centre (Hall #3) this weekend – October 17-20 2019.
The event offers 30,000 sq ft. of deals with prices up to 80% off. They have thousands of famous brand ski and snowboard equipment and outerwear liquidations at unbelievable prices.
Corbetts Ski + Snowboard produces this event exclusively, so the costs are all as low as possible. CLICK HERE to learn more about Corbetts annual warehouse sale, and save today!
The much anticipated event to kick off the competition season came and went. The Dew Tour had many epic moments throughout this past weekend. Here’s a recap on a few of those moments.
Snowboard Men’s Team Challenge – Team Burton Winning Run
Mark McMorris and Darcy Sharpe took home first place in the first ever Dew Tour Team Challenge.
Women’s Ski Slopestyle Highlights
Kelly Sildaru came in 1st with a record breaking run! Maggie Voisin earned herself 2nd and Kaya Turski secured 3rd.
Jamie Anderson’s Top Run from Slopestyle Jib Finals
Jamie Anderson grabbing a well deserved 1st place!
Men’s Ski Slopestyle Highlights
Henrik Harlaut unveiled a new double cork bio 1260 with a true tail grab (grabbing the very end of his ski) which earned himself 1st place. James Woods came in 2nd, while Evan McEachran finished in 3rd.
These clips are getting us STOKED to be back in the Junkyark and the Outback at Mount St Louis Moonstone in January. Check out our freestyle programs for ski and snowboarding.
As the first stop on Dew Tour in Breckenridge approaches, the hype is growing larger and larger. People are excited to see the reimagined competition and winter festival.
Here are some big updates from the past few days.
A men’s and women’s adaptive snowboarding competition is added to the competition lineup. It’s going to take place on Thursday, December 8. The women’s adaptive snowboard final will start at 11:30 am MDT followed by the men’s final at 12:45 pm MDT. Adaptive Action Sports, Toyota and Dew Tour have partnered together to work on this.
Breckenridge was hit with a heavy winter storm last week and the snow guns were firing away to add snow to the base. With the Dew tour being 3 weeks away, this is great news!
More pro’s have been recently invited to participate, including Bobby Brown, Gus Kenworthy, Aaron Blunck, Broby Leeds, Jossi Wells and Chas Guldemond to name a few.
A ‘By The Numbers Course Preview Presented By Moto Z Droid’ has been posted, giving you a detailed look inside the reimagined course.
Adding to the Dew Tour hype is the news of the first Major Snowfall to hit many parts of North America that has many very excited for the shredding season. Us at Evolve Camps are stoked because many ski resorts in Ontario are starting to make snow, including our friends at Mount St. Louis Moonstone.
No, not in his video game ‘Infinite Air’, in real life this time! Mark McMorris made his competition return at the World Cup snowboarding Big Air competition in Milan, Italy this past Saturday. It was his first appearance since breaking his femur during a ‘freak accident’ at the Air and Style event in Los Angeles on February 21st. He finished the competition earning himself a bronze medal. Not a bad spot to be in for someone who’s been out of the game for a few months.
We’re looking forward to watch Mark continue to kill this season! He’s currently on his way to Beijing for Air & Style, which is the test event in Korea for the Olympics Big Air contest. Then he’ll be competition in the Dew Tour in Breckenridge.
Here’s an interview he recently gave about his recovery, video game and future competitions.
Watching Mark’s comeback is making us stoked to get back on the slopes at Mount St. Louis Moonstone in January. If you haven’t registered yet, no worries, there is still time to do so! Head to our register page and fill out a form to sign up today! If you have any questions give us a call at 416.619.4521.