The snowboards below represent our Powder Board Review collection. We spent time on each at Eagle Pass Heli in Revelstoke, British Columbia, rallying them through a full snow cycle of conditions to gain an understanding of how they ride. In this showcase you’ll find insight on how each deck reacts to different types of terrain and the riders it’s best suited for. These are powder-proven decks that dominate in deep snow and also perform above average in variable conditions. Some are better in tight trees, others have strong freestyle tendencies, and most will also rip the resort. To reap the most rewards after the next big dump, consider mounting up one of these seven powder boards.