A snowboarding tool is one of the most important pieces of gear that you should always have with you when you’re out snowboarding. Unfortunately, many people don’t bring one with them. How many times have you cased a jump and felt that your bindings have become loose. Or something just wasn’t feeling quite right in the morning, and it ended up ruining an all-time pow day. Well if you snag one of these five tools, you might just be able to solve your problems.

1. Bakoda Zackly Driver


Bakoda Zackly Driver

The Bakoda Zackly driver is quick and easy to set up the exact bit that you need at that exact time. Small and compact, it fits perfectly in your pocket so you won’t even know it’s there.

2. One Ball Jay Pocket Screwdriver

One Ball Jay Pocket Screwdriver

One Ball Jay Pocket Screwdriver

This T shape tool is a classic. It features all the different screwdriver bits you could possibly need. You know what they say, “if it aint broke, don’t fix it.”

3. Burton Zip Tool

Burton Zip Tool

Burton Zip Tool

The saying” good things come in small packages” is quite fitting for this tool. It’s tiny, and it has everything that you need. It has two Philips bits, a 10mm wrench, a flat head bit, and a goggle squeeze. And the best part is, you won’t even know it’s in your pocket, that is until you need to use.

4. Dakine Nano Tool


Dakine Nano Tool

This tool is small, it has a smooth ratchet, and it has every piece you could think of to fix your snowboard on the fly. Well except for wood, or P-text. That would be awesome if this tool had that. But then it wouldn’t be this tiny, and you wouldn’t want to carry it.

5. Volcom V-Co T Driver

Volcom V-Co T-driver

Volcom V-Co T-driver

This tool might not be the smallest, or have the most parts, but it does make for the best weapon out of all the tools. This one would be perfect to tighten your hardware if it became loose, or if someone was messing with you, you could gouge their eyes out. Don’t mess with the stone.