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How to Buy a Snowboard & Snowboarding Equipment : How to Choose Snowboarding Boots for Women

How to Buy a Snowboard & Snowboarding Equipment : How to Choose Snowboarding Boots for Women


In this segment I am going to be giving you
a run through on a girl’s snowboarding boot. As you will notice I already have the boot
unlaced. This allows for me to show you the inner liner which usually instead of having
the lace on the inside, just so it is not super bulky they will have a pull tie to tighten
it up which you will want to do and you need to lower this section all the way down and
make it tight. Don’t make it too tight so that it is cutting it tight enough so that
your foot is not moving around a lot. Once you do this you will want to tuck all this
excess in here and then you are going to want to go ahead and lace up your boot. Go through
these eyelets right here and lace them up. You want your boots tight so your foot is
not lifting in the back but you don’t want them too tight so it is crunching the front
toes. So when you lace your boot up you definitely want to make sure that your heel is not lifting
forward when you put forward pressure on it because if that is happening it is going to
make it so that the control with your snowboard, instead of you putting pressure on your toes
and leaning forward you just want to be lifting up and there is going to be a leeway and your
shins get super sore and it will make it so that you don’t really have proper control
over your snowboard. Like I said you want to make sure that the boots fit properly,
not too big and not too small. You also want to make sure that you try on a few different
brands because different brands make different widths and different brands make them differently
allowing them to fit different for each foot. Because we have different size feet you want
to try on a few different brands to make sure that your boots fit you comfortably because
you’re not going to be able to have a fun time if you are not comfortable. You will
be worrying about your equipment the whole time and you just want to go have fun and
worry about performance as opposed to worrying about the stuff that you are using when you
are snowboarding. That’s pretty much a run through on a women?s’ snowboarding boot.

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