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post #31 of 41
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I have been vague to see what is out there and comments and also like the Kiwis covering the keel of their boat is to protect the design.

And if anyone knows this market to put it in front of someone. Manufacturing and packaging is simple for here in North America and I also have contacts in China.
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call your China contacts.
post #32 of 41
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I do not and will not wax skis, don't have that kind of time to make it down one tenth of a second faster. Snow and ice are slick enough already.
post #33 of 41
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I do not and will not wax skis, don't have that kind of time to make it down one tenth of a second faster. Snow and ice are slick enough already.
You should not be giving gear advice to anyone.
post #34 of 41
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I do not and will not wax skis, don't have that kind of time to make it down one tenth of a second faster. Snow and ice are slick enough already.
Are you $hitting me? : There's absolutely no way you could ski 20-30 days a year or whatever you said and make a statement so, god, I don't even know which word to choose... There is a traffic jam in my head right now.

Clearly though, you are all about moving as slowly as possible. Namely, walking. So much of this makes sense now...

So, you're market is helping people who don't ski, not have to ski. :

It's called the lodge. : You should build a ski lodge. It's warm and nice, and there's not even any snow at all inside. You can totally walk all over the place. It's awesome. You'll LOVE it.:

???

PS - I know that was a smart a$$ response, but I think I'm doing you a service of putting a little finer point on how completely out of touch you are with the purpose of skiing. : And the purpose isn't "not skiing". :
post #35 of 41
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Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
Market might be small beginner children - too young and uncoordinated to skate, etc as we all do once we 'learn'.
That brought up a good point: not so much for children (because it fosters bad habits) but for adaptive program.
post #36 of 41
this thread reminded me of an invention i put on hold a few years back. It's a lawn chair, for the space shuttle. So they can work on their tan while they're so close to the sun.

You think DaVinci would be proud? It straps onto the wing. I should have taken pics.
post #37 of 41
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You guys have to ask yourself....why more often. Lawn chair for the space shuttle....sounds like fun. Kind of like tying two wooden boards to your feet and going down a hill. why....it's fun.

See ya
post #38 of 41
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Originally Posted by Skiwalker View Post
You guys have to ask yourself....why more often. Lawn chair for the space shuttle....sounds like fun. Kind of like tying two wooden boards to your feet and going down a hill. why....it's fun.

See ya
why more often? Huh?

Anyway... see ya.

BTW, skiing was a transportation device before it was a sport... just so you know. The fun came after the need.
post #39 of 41
It's an interesting idea. Test it versus waxless touring skis. How does the grip/glide compare? Would you be happier with a ski crampon that could be removed for the downhill? Your cleat will need to be removable for tuning/waxing.
post #40 of 41
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I do not and will not wax skis, don't have that kind of time to make it down one tenth of a second faster. Snow and ice are slick enough already.
That explains how you were able to glue something to the bottom of the ski...
post #41 of 41
Don't feel the troll...
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