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post #31 of 39

Try this:  http://skishield.webs.com/  

 

I guarantee you'll be a happy camper/skier.  yahoo.gif

post #32 of 39
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Try this:  http://skishield.webs.com/  

 

Where is the product?  There's a not very good photo but there doesn't seem to be anything else?  Or do you have to sign up for the newsletter in order to find out about the product?

 

Welcome to EpicSki.

post #33 of 39
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Try this:  http://skishield.webs.com/  

 

I guarantee you'll be a happy camper/skier.  yahoo.gif

Way to go, spamming on your first post rolleyes.gif

post #34 of 39
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Try this:  http://skishield.webs.com/  

 

I guarantee you'll be a happy camper/skier.  yahoo.gif


Wow really????  That website blows.

post #35 of 39

Sorry.....as the website says, I'm NOT a huge corporation that can afford a slick website.

 

I could have spent the money on the website, but I chose to keep the quality of the product up and the price affordable.  

 

But for $12.95, shipping included, the bubble wrap bag is very useful, functional, durable and inexpensive.  

 

I apologize for the spartan website, and I'll do my best to improve it.  

 

If I could generate enough sales, I'd like to do a snowboard version, then hopefully I could afford to invest in the website.  

 

Thanks for your understanding.  

post #36 of 39

hmmmm....spamming??  This thread IS about travelling with skis.

I happen to have invented/produced a product that is very helpful in that situation.  What have you done to help??  

Not forcing anybody to buy it.  

If you could get beyond kneejerk criticism, you might actually find a useful product. 

post #37 of 39

I just received a set of skis shipped with Athlon's "molded" ski bag...fairly impressive fiberglass-like hardshell caps at both ends and binding sections....seemed better than any soft bag I have used, although the wheel attachment on one half of the clamshell came loose during shipping....really nice suspension straps inside to hold each pair (2 pair capacity) from sloshing around.  Worth a look:

 

http://www.ebags.com/product/athalon/molded-wheeling-double-ski-bag-165cm/206814?productid=10116284

 

Molded Wheeling Double Ski Bag - 165cm Platinum

post #38 of 39
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I just received a set of skis shipped with Athlon's "molded" ski bag...fairly impressive fiberglass-like hardshell caps at both ends and binding sections....seemed better than any soft bag I have used, although the wheel attachment on one half of the clamshell came loose during shipping....really nice suspension straps inside to hold each pair (2 pair capacity) from sloshing around.  Worth a look:

 

http://www.ebags.com/product/athalon/molded-wheeling-double-ski-bag-165cm/206814?productid=10116284

 

Molded Wheeling Double Ski Bag - 165cm Platinum

 

 

Oooh, I saw a version of that once that had a CF-like finish, I'm happy Athalon is still making semi-hardshells.

post #39 of 39

I also use the athalon double hard bag.  so far, it's held up well; and it's not TOO heavy.  comes with wheels and a tow handle.

on sierra trading post, with their weekly discounts (sundays), i've seen it under $150

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