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Quality, not quantity

Who doesn’t like watching skiers descend while they ascend comfortably perched up in a chairlift seat. Because of my interest in ski technique, I can’t help but notice a few of the most common faults made by the general skiing public. One of the most obvious has to do with edging. Carving is the big … More »

Style File

Everything is A-OK Is parallel leg position and equal edge angle really necessary for modern skis? Maybe not. Something caught my eye as I scanned a series of photos from the last World Cup season. The majority of racers had most of their weight on the downhill ski and there were very few parallel shins. … More »

Quality, not quantity

Who doesn’t like watching skiers descend while they ascend comfortably perched up in a chairlift seat. Because of my interest in ski technique, I can’t help but notice a few of the most common faults made by the general skiing public. One of the most obvious has to do with edging. Carving is the big … More »

Style File

Everything is A-OK Is parallel leg position and equal edge angle really necessary for modern skis? Maybe not. Something caught my eye as I scanned a series of photos from the last World Cup season. The majority of racers had most of their weight on the downhill ski and there were very few parallel shins. … More »

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