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身着滑雪服，手持雪杖，脚踏滑雪板，一切就绪后，向着白茫茫的一片驰骋而下。雪花飞溅，耳旁寒风呼啸，但急速的下降让整个人热血沸腾。The first widely marketed device that most closely resembled the modern snowboard was called the Snurfer. Introduced in 1966 by inventor Sherman Poppen, the Snurfer included a rope at the front of the board so the rider could hold on and steer. By the late ‘70s, the Winterstick was used by a few athletes, and it was the device’s surfboard-like design that captured the interest of avid surfers, skateboarders, and skiers, who all relished the feeling of “surfing” through deep powder. When steel edges were added to snowboards in the early 1980s, suddenly snowboarders could carve turns on hard, groomed ski runs as well. Shortly thereafter, no doubt, skiers and snowboarders began debating who really owns the slopes.