I'm posting this clip for MA. It seems the faster I ski, the more sore I get when I have to stop. Can anyone help me figure out whats wrong?
Problem? I think it's the solution. What if we put some ridges on the helmet to make it brake better?
This may be the best technique discussion, and the best helmet discussion, yet. Slippery skis and braking helmets could be the next technological breakthrough in our sport, although we'll need very fat helmets for effective braking in soft snow and powder.
Now that's funny right there, I don't care who you are!
Your getting old! Face it. Hard skiing makes the neck sore.
Also you are not skiing fast unless you smell the graphite from your skis when you stop. Maybe this guy is testing the smell factor. I smell it standing up all the way though. Then again, I'm only 5'8".
I can't stop watching this! This is priceless!
Not too big of a stretch to get from that to this:
For some reason, I've always had to buy my helmets in size FAT. I don't unnerstand...