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How To Snowboard Youre standing at the edge of the slope You look down at the endless road of snow and a sense of concern overwhelms you Freezing and fearful you wish you had taken a lesson It is essential to learn the basics of snowboarding before attempting to master the sport First you must decide of the time of day An early start is recommended since it gets very crowded Most lifts open at nine oclock Also consider the weather condition Check weather forecasts before arrival Wear many removable layers of clothing and always be sure the outermost layer is 100 waterproof Also always wear goggles Visibility and eye protection is very important Second before hopping on the lift you should become familiar with the parts of the snowboard Always wear the right size boots and make sure they support on your ankles Wearing boots that are too tight can leave you with sore ankles or chin splints After choosing the perfect boot consider your choice of binding The bindings are what clip your boots to the board There are two different types of bindings The clipping binding has a calf support in the back and has two clips that snap around your boot This type of binding is the safest The other type of binding the step-in is made to just step directly on the board This one has no safely clip or back support It is less of a hassle but most people do not feel as safe in them I suggest the clipping binding because I feel the extra support on my calves gives me more control Once you have decided on the binding choose your board Snowboards are made customized They vary in length and weight depending on the size and height of the rider The snowboard is measured in inches Children ride between a 38-43 Women usually ride between 45-53 For men the sizes can run
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