Is that a snowskate, or are you just happy to see me?
Share your thoughts
can i get just the ski board separate....
can i get just the ski board separate. 39inch or 43
SNOWSKATING @ SKY LOFT
SNOWSKATING @ SKY LOFT Ontario Canada
In Memory Of Hogtown Pete
In Memory Of Pete
Riding Snowskate at Lakeridge Ski
Made it about four hours riding until the ski patrol kicked me of the hill
They say it has to have bindings I remember when snowboards weren't allowed I think it's time for Ontario ski hills get with the program.
Sir Sam's is the only hill that I know will allow them on the hill
Riding my Lib Tech in Ontario
rode four hours at Ski Lakeridge until the ski Patrol kicked me off the hill
loose the bindings
I find more and more excuses to ride my snowskate. These things make you look at the mountain differently and people look at YOU differently when you go cruising past someone that's binded to their equipment. I can actually ride this thing in a halfpipe, (although I'm still not airing out)Park, just about any run, even some tree's and I can still slash the powder on the sides of the trail! It's worth the money because the process of making one of these is way more involved than even making a snowboard! Go ahead and compare side by side this snowskate to any other "snowskate" on the market and you'll see the superiority here. The "ski" even has banana technology and of course, Magnetraction!
This snowskate is amazing!
get rid of your snowboard
I just road this for the first time at a local ski area, it rocks. I might as well get rid of my snowboard.
have you ever tried this thing? well, it's really fun and so much better than those other snowskates!
OK 1 this is not a snowskate this can be called either a snowdeck or bi-level a snowskate is totally different. Second look at that price are you serious why would you pay that much for a snowdeck when you could just get a new burton junkyard for like 150 bucks on ebay or an artec from zumiez ( http://www.zumiez.com/catalog/product/view/id/112045 ) for $40