Old 12-04-09, 06:18 PM   #1
 
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Need some help,please

Hello!

i am new to the forum and hoping to get some help with getting new gear.
I am 48,155lb and 5"5".I learned to ski when i was 40.I haven't done much skiing in the past 8 years - maybe 8-10 times each season.We live near Sierra Summit in CA .Now my kids are bigger and LOVE to ski and snowboard,My husband is an amazing Skier and good Snowboarder.It looks like we are going to go way more and also travel to places like Tahoe and Veil and maybe Chili.
Right now i own a pair of K2 Sweet Luv (160cm),which my husband bought for me in 1999.
I do blue runs,but don't gain much speed and feel a little unstable sometimes.My boots are Rossignols Soft Lite.
I'd like to buy new skis and new boots and hopefully improve with skiing more.
Any suggestions,please?
thank you all in advance,
Lana
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Old 15-04-09, 05:54 AM   #2
 
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you can try these types of boots
Atomic B-Tech

Atomic then offers their B-Tech models ((buy direct)) at 104mm width. The B-Tech 110 is a good skiing, wide fitting boot. The B 90 and B 90W will be good wide boots and the B 80 and B 80W are big and wide but still soft flexing down to a B 50 and B 50W for the intermediate or beginner.

Lange Ski Boots

Fischer has made headway in the ski boot world. The company makes all of its boots with their Soma-Tec stance - basically working with the anatomical opinion of people being duck-footed and possibly helping us ski more comfortably. The number following the Fischer model name refers to the flex resistance when bending the ankle, on average 150-120 is stiff, 110-90 is average and 80-50 is soft.

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Old 16-04-09, 07:30 PM   #3
 
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Thank you!

thanks for your reply - i will try those!
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Old 22-04-09, 02:57 PM   #4
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I recommend lange, they are pretty comfortable shoes..
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