"Seems like a well constructed, Canadian made product. The smaller board is better if you want a more challenging product. The wider 20" board is easier to use than the 16" product.
Good for building"... (read full reviews)
"This is the way to teach how to ski. The kid gets the feeling of what should happen - knows where the skis should be during a turn. And gets the experience of skiing. Slowly they start doing it by"... (read full reviews)
"I have done some fairly severe damage to my ankles in the past, and after my most recent bout of physiotherapy started shopping around for my own wobble board to further my rehab at home. The one I"... (read full reviews)
"These work well. I don't like the idea of having an attached leash in the back country, as your skis act like an anchor if you're in a slide.
these work well, but I instead, tuck the ribbon under my"... (read full reviews)
"Yes they do come in pairs!
For ease of use, put your boots on, then put the clips in place and step/push down on them, and they will lock into place.
The come off easier than they go on"... (read full reviews)
"I find that this strap is a bit too "sticky". The edges grab on the slot and it does not pull through very smoothly. It is more of a two handed operation because of this. The plus side of the"... (read full reviews)
"This was my first choice when I looked for ski straps for my classic skis. It looked awfully narrow so I asked one of the guys at MEC how one would use it, he tried putting it on skinny skis and it"... (read full reviews)