All '07 stuff:
Technica Attiva Ultrafit with custom footbeds for me -- the boots were adjusted for cuff pressure as well and I think they're gonna be great for all conditions. Super comfortable but definately a high performance boot. The fact that the footbeds are made to align my foot, ankle, and knee was pretty cool. I expect to improve a lot this season with such a good boot and footbed.
Nordica Supercharger junior boots for my step-daughter who will be 14 this season with a pre-made footbed. She's still a beginner and this will help her move to the next level. She lives in the midwest so she only gets about 6 or so days a season.
Solomon junior boots with a pre-made footbed for my soon to be 11 year old daughter who is ready to fly this season with her first pass to our local hill and a new pair of '08 K-2 Missy twin tips.
Then we went to Burlington on Thursday and spent some time at Burton, where I got my daughter who will be 14 this season a new snowboarding jacket and my soon to be 11 year old daughter a jacket and pants as she grew out of her old stuff at the end of last season.
And my husband bought new snowboarding boots and went to Benny yesterday for custom footbeds.
This left my stepson (who rides) feeling a little left out (he didn't need anything new this season) so he got a Burton hat.
Our oldest (age 20) doesn't ski or ride but her new boyfriend rides so she bought him a Burton t-shirt. I'm hoping that relationship works out so she can join us in our obsession!
And all in all, a great trip to Vermont and all shopping was ski or snowboard related! Can't wait for December for ESA Stowe. That mountain looks beautiful and driving by it all week whet my appetite for skiing.... I scoped out the Stoweflake and it looks pretty nice as well... Tried to stop by the ski museum today on the way home, but it was not yet open.