I was in the same boat as you last year, fell in love afte my first time out and bought everything before my second time. Needless to say, I don't use any of the gear that I did last season. The boots should be most important, goto a store and try them on. Mt. Snow has some good shops in the area that you may find some stuff. Without knowing how you want to ride in the future it may be difficult to buy stuff now that will keep your interest down the road. Although the Rome 390s are a good binding and will do the job. Try to go with a cheaper board that you can learn on in case you want to progress into a more advanced board. I started off with a GNU Carbon High Beam and that was a great board, semi-stiff, twin directional, great to learn on and not too expensive.
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