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Whether you are racing at speed, turning yourself upside down, back to front and inside out in the Funpark,or just seeking serious back country challenges there is good reason to ensure you protect those bits of you that can be protected without trussing yourself up so much your body can't "flow" and as a result you can't enjoy your skiing.
With the stunning range of snowsports helmets currently available and body armour made from new materials like D3O that flow with your body you should be able to find the set up that suits your skiing or snowboarding style.
Racing leg guards and pole guards, avalanche shovels and snow probes, as well as avalanche transceivers and exploding rucksacks, we have them all to make your fun on the snow as safe as you can.
No amount of protection can eliminate all the risks, but in a way they are what attract us to the mountains in the first place and what we really want is simply to reduce these risks to an acceptable level; skiing and snowboarding are after all Extreme Sports!
What’s going on now it’s “Summertime”.
Well it can’t have escaped your attention that Spring is turning out to be the coldest for years. In fact it’s been so cold that the North Atlantic hasn’t warmed up as usual and as a result the migrating Humpback Whales that normally drop in to keep us amused off the western coasts of the UK haven’t bothered to turn up, no plankton blooms, no lunch!
Then we’ve had snow causing delays on the Giro Italian cycle tour where they had to get the snowploughs out again. There has also been snow several times and in several places in the UK in mid-May, another foot of snow the last week of May in several higher resorts in the Alps; so several glaciers in Europe and further afield are still in great condition. Yes there’s evidence of climate change, but, maybe in a good way for us skiers and snowboarders.