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Fifty Sense: Common Sense Ideas for Thriving after 50
Fifty Sense: Common Sense Ideas for Thriving after 50

Burton Snowboards

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Feather Snowboard

Whether this is your first season on a board or your tenth, this is the perfect setup for a Boomer who wants to ride with enhanced enjoyment. The tapered shaping of the Feather board equals effortless turning and floating on fresh snow while the twin flex means it’s good to go, forwards or back! A little softer means that it is a little more forgiving giving you more room to grow and improve! I was immediately impressed with how easy it was to control this board, whether on slightly icy conditions or fresh laid snow. Nothing is more important to me while riding than the feeling of control, it definitely increases my level of enjoyment! The ease of control translates to easy on the leg muscles as well. You can maneuver the mountain without spending your energy on one run. I was impressed at how long I was able to ride!

Citizen bindings

The Citizen bindings have a women-specific fit and a lightweight design that is extra soft, which if more forgiving on your legs as well. They also feature the softest, most padded straps around. The straps are easy to buckle in and adjust, even with gloves on. I found I was even able to get myself strapped in standing up- which is a lot easier on the legs than sitting and trying to get back up every run!

Coco boots

The Coco Boots are comfortable right out of the box. I put them on for the first time and was able to ride all day and they still felt great. You’ll settle for nothing less than the custom fit of a heat-moldable liner, cloud-like cushioning, and women’s-specific design. You want the flex to be soft for flying, yet supportive for landing. This boot will grow with you are you progress.


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