Welcome to NZSHRED ...

New Zealand's 1st Snowboard Shop


We are prominently located at 19 Shotover Street, on the main street through the CBD of central Queenstown. With a proud history of supplying the local community, domestic and international visitors, since 1986, our experience and knowledge of the products we carry is second to none.

Being an independent store, with both owners working full-time, alongside a great group of skilled and informed staff, who are both knowledgeable and friendly, makes every day in our store a fun time to be had. We pride ourselves, not just on our ability to 'talk-the-talk' when it comes to any of our products ... however also to 'walk-the-walk', by being out there - on the hills, in the surf, on the lake or whatever it takes. We love the sports we play as much as the gear we carry. And this passion for getting out there, encourages us and fuels us, to have the best range brands and products that we can achieve.


If you know what you want, chances are we have it!

If you're unsure and need some advice, chances are one of our crew can talk you through it!

And, should you need some help choosing what to use and where, we are here to ride that path with you!

Because we don't just like sell it, we love using it!


You can contact us by emailing [email protected] or phone +64 (0)3 4426311.


Or better still, drop into the store to say Hi, have a cup of tea or a beer, and a chat. You might even just find yourself perched up in our grandpa's arm chair with a book from our little library.

See You Soon

All The Team at NZSHRED

From the Blog

POW Events in Queenstown

Wednesday July 28th - POW + NZ Shred Movie Night Come join the crew from POW NZ + our friends from NZ Shred at the Queenstown Arts Centre. We'll be showing the movie 'Shelter' featuring POW founder Jeremy Jones and a crew of other passionate snowboarders as they explore the Alps and how to reduce our impact on the environment.
Posted 23 July 2021

POW NZ - June Climate Updates Part 1

The days are short and there’s (a small amount of) snow on the mountains. Matariki is next week, we hope you all get outdoors to celebrate the solstice in some way. Wow, what a month in climate news. This edition is a big one, hang in there as there is a lot of positive news, ways to take action and learning. There's been so much happening around the country and across the world that we're splitting this months edition into two parts.
Posted 17 June 2021
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