Wed 5 Dec, 2012 03:02 am
Snowboarding is an exhilarating and riveting sport. Whether you're a beginner or you're used to the steepest of slopes, the right clothing is an essential for safe and fun snowboarding. Since snowboarding is a winter sport, the snowboarder should prepare for layered clothing and a specific set of protective gear to keep them safe, protected and warm. There are variety of clothing options for snowboarders nowadays. The lowest layer of clothing, aside from underwear that should be worn by a snowboarder is the base layer. The middle layer can actually be split into more than one layer, but must at least consist of one layer of non-cotton fleece or wool. The outermost layer is simply a thick winter jacket and pants. These should protect the snowboarder from the snow, sleet and rain, as well as rocks and wind. Snowboarders can simply choose thick socks or specialty brands of socks made specifically for snowboarding. These socks are designed for comfort and warmth, providing a unique design that assists in balance. Protective snowboarding goggles are essential for maximum protection of the eyes against flying debris, tree branches and weather variations such as wind, snow and rain.
I rarely see the word "Riveting" to describe snowboarding. I know Im talking to the SPAM but puh-fuckin-leeze, stop trying to sound like a reportyer from the New York Times
It's a direct copy from ehow.com. What a delight!
Baggy. He didn't say baggy. It's gotta be baggy and saggy. If your gear looks
like it fits, throw it out.
Oh, yeah. Call it "riding"
Nope. You're not a real snowboarder unless you do it in the nude!