In January, the British snowboarding brand Snowboard and Snowboarding UK, opened a shop in London’s fashionable Belgravia neighbourhood.
The shop is owned by the famous Snowboarder family, who have been running the business for more than 60 years.
The shop, named ‘Donate’ for the charity it sells to, uses the same model as other Snowboarders UK shops, offering a wide selection of handmade, handmade and handmade-inspired women’s snowboards and boards.
“Donate is an international charity that helps families across the globe, and is part of the Snowboarding Foundation’s vision of being an international centre of excellence,” the Snowboard Foundation’s UK director of fundraising and fundraising, John Beattie, said in a statement.
“This shop is a testament to the impact Donate has on people across the world.”
The shop also has a range of handmade snowboards, including a custom snowboard and a snowboard that can be purchased for less than £500.
The Snowboard, Snowboard Clothing and Snowboarding Store in London is open daily from 11am-6pm and on Sunday from 11:00am-5:00pm.
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