Stop hiding from your true self!
Did you start snowboarding because that is what the young and cool people were doing? Because the fashion was banging? Because you were handed down boots and a Gnu from your older brother? Because it was just expected?
But did you never really feel it? Like, on the hill would you gaze longingly at the skiers schussing or bumping the mogs and know, deep in your heart, that you were one of them?
But did you think, “I could never come out and ski. I’ve got snowboard boots.”
Well, my closeted friend, we live in a brave new future where gender is no longer binary and where the stiffness of your boots doesn’t define what you slide!
A husband and wife team are kickstarting a brand new technology named MadJacks. Let’s read about them!
Today, MadJacks, the simple snowboard boot adaption system designed to make skiing more comfortable, is officially announcing its arrival to the public. This patent pending system, launched last week on Kickstarter with a goal of raising $85,000, is a revolutionary system looking to bring the ease and comfort of snowboard boots to skiers across the globe.
Developed by husband and wife team Kristin and Eric Mehiel over the course of the last three years, MadJacks was born out of their desire to make it easier for their entire family to ski more comfortably.
“We spend so many of our weekends with our kids on the slopes, and were constantly complaining about the discomfort we felt in our ski boots,” said Eric. “Since I’m an engineer and Kristin is an entrepreneur and sales veteran, we came up with the MadJacks concept to give skiers the comfort they want without losing any agility while on skis.”
Oh what a wonderful world we live in where anything is possible! Absolutely anything!