Welcome to NZSHRED ... New Zealand's 1st Snowboard Shop

Our store is centrally located in the main retail precinct of Queenstown; at 19 Shotover Street, City Centre. We are also online, at www.nzshred.co.nz and socially, on Facebook and Instagram at NZ Shred.

We are New Zealand's 1st snowboard store and to this day, we are still Independent and Locally Owned. Both ourselves, as owners (who also work the shop floor) and our staff, ride the product we sell - giving us, as a group, an in-depth knowledge of product construction, strengths and performance.

From the early days, we have grown into an overall Snow Sports store, catering for all facets of your winter sports requirements, while still staying true to our boarding roots. Click Here, if you would like to know more about the History of NZSHRED.

More recently, through our own interest, as well as customer requests, we have developed a substantial Watersports component to our business ... becoming the predominant watersports supplier for the region. Catering for all water-based activities, from active (such as, wakeboarding & surfing) through to the more passive (Stand-Up Paddleboarding and tubing), we have provided Queenstown with the opportunity to shop locally for quality watersports product and sound advice.

From the Blog

Speakerboards - Skate to Sounds

Bluetooth Speakers integrated into skateboards are now here courtesy of Globe. Cruise the streets to your favourite tunes.
Posted 21 January 2017

Signal ETT - Iran recycled board project

Watch the latest ETT episode. There are a lot of skateboarders in the world, and even more skateboard decks. When the decks have been thoroughly skated on, and lose their life, most are just tossed in the trash. Well some people use them for art projects, or wall art, or something of the sort, but the majority are just goners. In Signal Snowboard’s season-debut of Every Third Thursday, they build a beautiful mosaic of chopped up skateboard decks and turn it into a snowboard! The guys head up to Bear Mountain, hand off the board to local shredder Keoni Kaimuloa and watch him rip, with maybe a bit more skate-style than usual.
Posted 16 January 2017
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