to tilt the board on its edge and ride it that way. Used to control the direction of travel. To go upwind, a rider must edge hard. Skiers and snowboarders also use this type of edging to slow down or to turn.
The hard metal strip embedded in the bottom corners of an athlete's ski.
Narrow strips of steel on the sides of the snowboard. Aids controlling the board, especially on firm snow surfaces.
the metal surface on the snowboard that aids in snow holding.
(as with skis or a snowboard) the under edges of the board which keep the thing pointing where you want to go.