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post #5 of (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 11:47 AM
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Pretty much agree with what everyone else said, the boots are obviously the most important part of your setup and you should spend the most time shopping around for those as you can. Id recommend getting some BOA boots if you can as they are way easier to suit up with IMO and you can easily change how tight you want them to be. As for the board definitely try to find a good deal on last years model if possible but id suggest any board with a mid flex rating really as itll give you enough stiffness to shred the mountain but at the same time be more forgiving as your trying to learn.

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