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AMEN MY BROTHER!

I had my epiphany on a rainy day in January at Smug's about 4 years ago... Realized that the single plank was indeed my calling after being on skis my whole life.

I still ski once in a while, including a great day at Whistler on demo skis.  However, once you have experienced powder on a board- there is no turning back...

Keeping the boot topic, I am still boarding on a hand-me-down pair of Burton Airs from the early nineties.. They are very comfy, and the very duct-taped to keep the snow out :)

Will Galway


-----Original Message-----
From: Bruno deBiasi [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 11:04 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] Soft Boots


I too was an intermediate skier. Then on the last day of a ski trip at Mammoth 8 years ago I tried snowboarding and have never skied since. All I board in are soft notruB boots. HTH.

- Bruno


"Greg J. Joiner" wrote:
>
> Anyone on the list have experience with soft boots?  I am an
> intermediate skier that needs new boots.  I want something comfortable
> but don't want to negatively impact the performance I get  from my
> Atomic 9.18 Device system.  Any advice?  Also, any suggestions on
> where to buy soft boots or otherwise?
>

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