Carbon Drift Boards



All Drift boards come with our True Love Guarantee. Once you get your Drift boards, enjoy a seven day test period. If you’re not stoked, send them back for a full refund. It’s that simple. Details here. 

Drift boards combine elements of snowshoes and touring skis to create the lightest, fastest, and most affordable to way to earn your turns. Check out why more and more snowboarders are choosing Drift board for backcountry travel: 


  • Designed entirely for uphill performance. Everything you need and nothing you don't.
  • Provides the float and agility of a snowshoe with the glide of a ski. Much lighter and more agile than skis while being much more efficient than snowshoes.
  • Allows users to ride the snowboard of their choice in the backcountry, from the old rock board to the latest powder gun.
  • Ultra lightweight, carbon construction makes Drift boards all but disappear when on your feet or on your back.
  • Around a third the cost of a typical splitboard setup. 
  • Transition faster than skis or split boards. You'll always be done first and ready to do another lap.
  • Minimal binding is light, quick, and lays flat on your back for the descent.
  • Fits perfectly in a skin track. 
  • Works with any type of snowboard boot, including pow surf boots and Burton Step-ons.
  • Double heel risers with the tallest option in the industry for tackling steep terrain.
  • Compatible with our crampon for firm or icy conditions.
  • Compatible with splitboard and AT bindings options. 
  • Ultra-lightweight carbon fiber construction (5 lbs per pair)
  • Polyurethane sidewall 
  • Permanent climbing skins in nylon (Blue and black logo) or 100% mohair (Green and black). Nylon for more grip, mohair for more glide. 
  • Minimalist composite bindings 
  • Webbing straps with cam lock and folding heel cup 
  • Stainless steel hardware 
  • Dimensions 6.75" W x 35" L  (171mm W X 89cm L) 222 in^2 Per Board
  • U.S. Pat. No. 10,272,318 Canada Pat. No. 3,033,865


Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews
Tried and true

Had drift boards for a few years now. Love the current boards. Love the improvements they've made from their earlier boards. The sidewall edge is more durable than their earliest version which was almost like a thin carbon edge. Love the lightweight bindings, especially with their updated strap buckles. The teeth on the buckles keep the straps tight and stiff the whole tour. Tricky kick turns are a thing of the past. The grip is great. Don't let the short length fool you. Personally prefer nylon over mohair for the grip. These things don't weigh anything. Obviously have the weight on your back, but better than on each foot. Great for trying out different solid decks in the Backcountry. So much easier and cheaper than a quiver of splits. Also, no better set up with a pow surf than drift boards. Pairs perfectly. I've put these things through the ringer and they're great. I'm a fan.

An all around great piece of gear

I love my drift boards. They're great for everything from snowshoe laps with the fam, quick backcountry day trips for side-country pow-surfing trips, to anything that I want to bring a specific board on. The fact that I can run my spark bindings or the standard strap bindings makes them that much more versatile.

Love at first try ⛷️🏔️

As a newbie to the back country world these were super fun, practical and easy to use

Andrew S.
Slack Country Must Have!

Explore more of the hill with your solid! These things are so light weight and easy to use. Great for quick tours where a full split is not needed. Extra weight on your back but so much faster than my split counterparts. Only con is side-hilling can get a bit tough.....overall must have for anyone doing quick tours or accessing backcountry gates.

Jan Prasil
Very happy with Drift boards

I have Union Rovers and Driftboards and eventually I do use mostly the Driftboards because of overall lightweight and very compact binding.
Only missing is steel edge. It would be a perfect product if it has steel edge.