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舊 2011-02-22, 12:32 PM   #101
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Every rail you slide, jump you spin, and halfpipe air you tweak will literally be 'a la Thovex'. Candide personally specified what he wanted in a freestyle ski and The Yard was the end result. This 100% twin ski has a silver birch wood core, symmetrical sandwich construction, and reinforced sidewalls to make sure your ski is keeping up with the punishment you're bound to put it through. Coreupt puts love, care, and a bit of their soul into every ski they make..you really can't go wrong with them. Pick up a pair of these and hike that jump until you land your double cork, then start working on those triples.
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舊 2011-02-22, 12:36 PM   #102
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Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Tri-axial Fiberglass: A weave of fiberglass with three directional orientation provides excellent strength to weight ratio and better torsional stiffness as compared to bi-axial weaves.

Reinforced Binding Area: The mid-section of this ski has a reinforcing layer to help prevent binding screws from tearing out under extreme force. This allows for a lighter ski without loosing the strength underfoot.

Extra Durable ABS Sidewalls: This sidewall material transfers energy to the edge extremely well, which results with better edge grip and control. It also helps the ski have a lively feel.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.

Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Tri-axial Fiberglass: A weave of fiberglass with three directional orientation provides excellent strength to weight ratio and better torsional stiffness as compared to bi-axial weaves.

Reinforced Binding Area: The mid-section of this ski has a reinforcing layer to help prevent binding screws from tearing out under extreme force. This allows for a lighter ski without loosing the strength underfoot.

Extra Durable ABS Sidewalls: This sidewall material transfers energy to the edge extremely well, which results with better edge grip and control. It also helps the ski have a lively feel.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.

Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Tri-axial Fiberglass: A weave of fiberglass with three directional orientation provides excellent strength to weight ratio and better torsional stiffness as compared to bi-axial weaves.

Reinforced Binding Area: The mid-section of this ski has a reinforcing layer to help prevent binding screws from tearing out under extreme force. This allows for a lighter ski without loosing the strength underfoot.

Extra Durable ABS Sidewalls: This sidewall material transfers energy to the edge extremely well, which results with better edge grip and control. It also helps the ski have a lively feel.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.
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舊 2011-02-22, 12:39 PM   #103
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[quote=CrazyBoy;11065]太極猴猴,果然是老師教的。

Ideal Target Skier: Progressing Intermediate: This skier is pushing the limits of the intermediate badge, and getting off trail and figuring out how to get comfortable at higher speeds through variable terrain.

Speed: Moderate: The speed most intermediate skiers travel at, Moderate means they like to ski faster than beginners, but are never the fastest skiers on a run.

Offset Graphics: The graphics may not be exactly centered on this ski. This does not change its performance or warranty coverage. It just means that the skiers that need perfect graphics might want to find a different pair.

Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

We are NOT recommending this ski for hard-core park riding. This is a great all mountain ski for intermediate skiers. If you are looking for a ski you can destroy the park with, check out our Mojo Skis.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.
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舊 2011-02-22, 12:43 PM   #104
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[quote=CrazyBoy;11062]病的不輕了

Ideal Target Skier: Casual Cruiser: Sticking mainly to the groomed runs and always keeping speed in check, a Casual Cruiser doesn't even bother with the off trail snow, moguls, jumps, etc.

Skier Ability: Lower Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: Skiing all sorts of blue runs, starting to get off trail and into advanced (black diamond) territory, but at controlled speeds.

Speed: Moderate: The speed most intermediate skiers travel at, Moderate means they like to ski faster than beginners, but are never the fastest skiers on a run.

Synthetic Core: A lightweight flexible ski core designed to help skiers master turning and stay out of harms way by making the ski nimble. Juniors rarely need or want a wood core ski, though if they are racing or performing serious tricks in the park they may.

Fiber Jacket: A solid topsheet that provides a good blend of stability and performance without extra weight.

Cap Construction: The topsheet of this ski drapes over the edge to form a clean and rounded finish to the side of the ski. This style of construction adds some torsional rigidity, and helps reduce topsheet chipping when the skis hit each other.

Textured Surface: Ideal for repelling wear and tear on the skis surface. Textured ski surfaces (aka snakeskin topsheet) are rough surfaces to the ski that hide or repel scratches keep your skis look new long after they are not. Originally designed for rental skis for obvious reasons, this surface is now available on a wide variety of retail skis as well since everyone likes their skis to look nice.

SymPro binding plates premounted: - These Skis come with a premounted plate, but we can replace them with Railflex binding plates.

SP 120 bindings included
These skis come with SP 120 Adjustable bindings included. They are not designed for kids boots with mondo size less than 23.0.
They are designed for a full range of skiers but you can upgrade your choice with the binding dropdown list.
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舊 2011-02-22, 12:46 PM   #105
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預設 回覆: CSIA系統中的變態L3超級高手的併腿示範表演

[quote=CrazyBoy;11056]怎麼這麼厲害,太厲害了,太超級了,原來L3就是要有這麼的水準呀,厲害!厲害!

Update: At 2:30 PM we are continuing to receive a beautiful refreshing blanket of fresh soft light snow - a perfect finish to the Ski Runs - looks like a great night session this evening - don't forget our 4 PM and 7 PM rates are a great value and we will have fresh snow waiting!

"Smurf Day" - that's right - as part of our 1 year Olympic Anniversary Celebration - wear your Blue Olympic Volunteer Jacket to the ticket office and get 20% of your Lift Ticket today only!

Another great day in the sun yesterday and the snow conditions were amazing! Today we have nice Skiing and Riding temps coming in with a forecasted mix of Sun and Snow Showers - a great day for a Big Mountain Experience - more Lifts, more Terrain, more Vertical and just flat out more Excitement!!

Big Mountain, Big Savings… with our BIGGEST Season Pass SALE EVER! 2011/12 Season Passes are ON SALE NOW. We are excited to offer the best season pass rates and perks EVER. Plus as a bonus, if you buy a GOLD, SILVER or CROSS COUNTRY Pass during our Spring Sale you get to SKI FREE March 28, 2011 to Season End. Get 5 friends or family members together and SAVE EVEN MORE with our new “big5” special offer! Click the link to the left for full details - Limited Quantities of "big 5" and Silver Passes so you will need to Buy Early!!

Our Super Snowmaking Crew have been busy digging out the Guns over the past week from the huge natural snowfall buto they were able to get the Tower Guns blasting last night for that incredible Double M (man made) powder on the upper Eagle Express Terrain - check this stuff out!

Our Great Grooming Crew have of course been working their usual magic - cord abounds this morning - we heard nothing but good things yesterday about the conditions of the Snow on the groomed runs! They are picking "Crazy Raven" to "Lower Coyote 7" as a great bet today - should be a great view from the top entrance off Sharon's Corner on Panorama - follow the corduroy ribbon and point 'er downhill - a great Blue Run Combo with great rollers down to the bottom of Raven Ridge Quad!

Don't forget that Helmets are a great idea to help make your Skiing and Riding day safe - they are very warm, provide protection and they look good - visit Big Bear Sports on Level 1 of the Cypress Crfeek Lodge and see our selection! Look for other Olympic Anniversary Specials also in our great Sports store!

Cypress Nordic - Canada's Most Popular Cross Country Ski Area has fantastic snow conditions for classic or skate skiing, snowshoeing and tubing - huge snow coverage and trackset trails!

Hollyburn Lodge will be hosting a Brunch Special on Weekends from 9 to 11 AM - come early and have a Mountain Meal to start your day of skiing or trekking - $10.00 including tax!!

The Tube Park is open for sliding - check this website for hours of operation - it's great excitement and fun for the entire family.
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Cypress Mountain is open today from 9am-10pm for another EXCELLENT DAY of skiing and riding!

Make sure to check out all the festivities that are happening daily at Cypress, in celebration of the 1 year Anniversary of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games!!

Please click on the link below for the Full Mountain Report.

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Oxen, as many as 7 pairs, were the choice of transporation for the logging operation of the Hollyburn area in the 1860s.


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舊 2011-02-22, 12:53 PM   #106
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預設 回覆: 論壇管理員弱智大師

[quote=CrazyBoy;11055]我 發病不輕,亂認人了。

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The Head Peak 88 is at the pinnacle of the 'all-mountain ski' category, combining its history as the Monster 88 with new technology to make it even better than before. The waist width is pretty much ideal for skiers that enjoy skiing powder, but still need something that can handle solid ice when required. The classic sandwich style construction is now coupled with Flow Ride technology in the tip to give a solid feel at high speeds, but easy turn initiation at slow speeds (that means its easy to turn when skiing slow with a novice business partner). The Head Peak 88 is one of the best one ski quivers available.

Please choose your binding from the dropdown list on this page, other bindings may not be compatible
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Size/Color:
Please Select Size -->164cm - $599.00169cm - $599.00175cm - $749.00186cm - $599.00

Ski Bindings:
No Bindings $0.00Head Mojo 12 MBlk + $129.00Head Mojo 11 MBlk + $89.00Early Tram AT Large + $259.00Early Tram AT Medium + $259.00Tyrolia RFD 14 Black/Chr + $139.00Head RFD 14 Blk-Orn + $139.00Tyrolia Fflex 18 + $169.00Head RFD 14 Sil/Blk + $139.00Head RFD 14 MBlk + $149.00Head FFlex 14 Wht/Grn + $134.00Look 2010 PX R 18 XXL + $249.00Look 2011 Pivot P18 + $325.00Head FF 11 Red + $89.00

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Description Images Reviews Videos Extra Info Canada Ideal Target Skier: Weekend Warrior/Charger: These skiers were once upon a time ski bums, or very proficient skiers in college, then landed an internship that led to a 70 hour work week and a wife and 2.5 kids. They are still great skiers, and ski hard every chance they get on steeps, moguls, powder... whatever they can get their hands on.

Skier Ability: Advanced to Expert: Skipping the blue runs to get to the black runs, but sometimes a little cautious when it gets very steep, or some hesitation when your buddy says, ''You just have to clear those rocks or else you're toast.''

Speed: Very Fast: Skiing at this speed means keeping up with the best skiers on the mountain, while still maintaining control.

Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Flow Ride Technology: A small section of the core at the tip of the ski is milled out, and reinforced with an elastomer material. This softens the tip for easier turning at slower speeds and in powder snow, but is still stable at higher speeds because the effective edge length has not changed.

UHM C Base: The most durable, quickest base material on the market. It requires very little maintenance and allows your skis to do what they are made to do until you decide you've hit so many rocks that it needs a tune.

Head's Intelligence technology: is essentially an array of fibers inside of the ski that absorb the mechanical energy that your muscles are putting into the ski, and convert them to electrical energy. The more energy the fibers absorb, the stiffer the ski becomes. So the faster you go the more stable this ski is. We were the first one to say that this was just some gimmick jargon, but the stuff actually works.

ABS Sidewall: ABS provides better edge hold than other materials and construction types. It will also withstand impacts with rocks and terrain features (rails, boxes, your friend) more effectively when compared to cap style construction.
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舊 2011-02-22, 12:57 PM   #107
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預設 回覆: 精神分裂智障2號對弱智大師

[quote=CrazyBoy;11032]一個人自言自語好玩嗎?ajiaada2

弱智大師跟太極猴猴咬著大便?jiaada17

Ideal Target Skier: Big Mountain Charger: Top speed, all the time, regardless of terrain, obstacles or children in the way, these skiers need stability on par with professional downhill racers. They are usually looking for long skis that are wide and heavy.

Skier Ability: Expert: Skiing comfortably anywhere on the mountain, and at any speed, jumping off cliffs and overall craziness.

Speed: Very Fast: Skiing at this speed means keeping up with the best skiers on the mountain, while still maintaining control.

Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Highly Transparent UHM Base: A nifty looking and lightning quick base.

Extra Durable ABS Sidewalls: This sidewall material transfers energy to the edge extremely well, which results with better edge grip and control. It also helps the ski have a lively feel.


Ideal Target Skier: Big Mountain Charger: Top speed, all the time, regardless of terrain, obstacles or children in the way, these skiers need stability on par with professional downhill racers. They are usually looking for long skis that are wide and heavy.

Skier Ability: Advanced to Expert: Skipping the blue runs to get to the black runs, but sometimes a little cautious when it gets very steep, or some hesitation when your buddy says, ''You just have to clear those rocks or else you're toast.''

Speed: Very Fast: Skiing at this speed means keeping up with the best skiers on the mountain, while still maintaining control.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

PA 12 Topsheet: This topsheet is durable and sports silk-screened graphics. The colors won't bleed over time, so the graphics will look fresh even years down the road.

Sintered Base: The material used for the base is harder, and therefore more durable than other options (Extruded). This material should be waxed regularly for best performance.

45-90 Degree Sidewall: The sidewall is custom routed to a 45 and 90 degree angle to provide strength for impacts, solid edging power, and helps reduce chipping at the topsheet.

8.5mm ABS Sidewall: Super thick sidewall material to give greater strength for slamming against rails or rocks.

45 HRC Steel Edges: These edges are hard without being brittle to give increased strength to the edge when landing on rails and rocks.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.

These are versatile skis that can be used for a variety of terrain. If you are buying a binding from us and we are mounting them, you have the option to choose for which riding style you would like us to mount them.
The default is Freeride mount which is recommended for using these sticks for All Mountain skiing. Park mount is for terrain park skiing and will be forward of the all mountain mount. You can also choose for us to not mount the bindings.
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舊 2011-02-22, 01:00 PM   #108
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預設 回覆: 猴猴的烏咀臭名遠播

作者: CrazyBoy 我想嚐一口大便

Ideal Target Skier: Casual Cruiser: Sticking mainly to the groomed runs and always keeping speed in check, a Casual Cruiser doesn't even bother with the off trail snow, moguls, jumps, etc.

Skier Ability: Lower Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: Skiing all sorts of blue runs, starting to get off trail and into advanced (black diamond) territory, but at controlled speeds.

Speed: Moderate: The speed most intermediate skiers travel at, Moderate means they like to ski faster than beginners, but are never the fastest skiers on a run.

Fiber Jacket: A solid topsheet that provides a good blend of stability and performance without extra weight.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Liquid Metal Technology: The state of the art highest performance ski layer you can buy. Resting below the ski surface, the Liquid Metal layer provides the highest level of rebound with the lowest level of breakdown. English? Skis with liquid metal provide great pop from turn to turn for lively skiing and the layer does not go limp over time so after 40 days on the hill your ski still performs fresh. There's a lot of techno mumbo jumbo we could put in here, all you really need to know is this ski will offer higher race like performance for a long time.

X-Frame Core: Head's tried and true core technology the crosses the fibers for added strength and stability with minimal weight. Head's top of the line skis have moved on to other core technologies, but X-Frame is rock solid and is why Head's intermediate skis have speed stability more like advanced skis of other brands. We have yet to find one Head ski that does not provide enough stability for even lower advanced skiers and the X-Frame core is the main reason.

Intelligence Technology: Allows for a transfer of energy throughout the ski to provide stabilization at higher speeds. When the ski begins to shake in front of the binding electricity is transmitted forward through the ski to stiffen it up, thus anticipating the vibration (chatter) and reducing it.

Textured Surface: Ideal for repelling wear and tear on the skis surface. Textured ski surfaces (aka snakeskin topsheet) are rough surfaces to the ski that hide or repel scratches keep your skis look new long after they are not. Originally designed for rental skis for obvious reasons, this surface is now available on a wide variety of retail skis as well since everyone likes their skis to look nice.

Integrated Railflex Plate: Railflex bindings are the optimal choice for most any skier. This ski comes with a Railflex plate integrated into the ski at the factory so you don't have a choice. If you have a tested Railflex binding from any of the past 5 years you can simply slide it on to the plate, otherwise you are best off choosing one from the drop-down list above. You know that you won't find a better price. Please note that you cannot use a Railflex Lite binding on this ski.

UHM Base: A maintenance free durable base. You may want to wax it up for springtime slush, other than that you can concentrate on other things.
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舊 2011-02-22, 01:06 PM   #109
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預設 回覆: 屎上最白痴的7人PK大亂賽

作者: CrazyBoy
我 腦袋塞大便嗎?jiaada17

我 精神分裂智障?ajiaada2

即然講完就閉上嘴,我智障腦袋裝大便?

Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Tri-axial Fiberglass: A weave of fiberglass with three directional orientation provides excellent strength to weight ratio and better torsional stiffness as compared to bi-axial weaves.

Reinforced Binding Area: The mid-section of this ski has a reinforcing layer to help prevent binding screws from tearing out under extreme force. This allows for a lighter ski without loosing the strength underfoot.

Extra Durable ABS Sidewalls: This sidewall material transfers energy to the edge extremely well, which results with better edge grip and control. It also helps the ski have a lively feel.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.

Ideal Target Skier: Casual Cruiser: Sticking mainly to the groomed runs and always keeping speed in check, a Casual Cruiser doesn't even bother with the off trail snow, moguls, jumps, etc.

Skier Ability: Lower Intermediate to Upper Intermediate: Skiing all sorts of blue runs, starting to get off trail and into advanced (black diamond) territory, but at controlled speeds.

Speed: Moderate: The speed most intermediate skiers travel at, Moderate means they like to ski faster than beginners, but are never the fastest skiers on a run.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

X-Frame Core: Head's tried and true core technology the crosses the fibers for added strength and stability with minimal weight. Head's top of the line skis have moved on to other core technologies, but X-Frame is rock solid and is why Head's intermediate skis have speed stability more like advanced skis of other brands. We have yet to find one Head ski that does not provide enough stability for even lower advanced skiers and the X-Frame core is the main reason.

Textured Surface: Ideal for repelling wear and tear on the skis surface. Textured ski surfaces (aka snakeskin topsheet) are rough surfaces to the ski that hide or repel scratches keep your skis look new long after they are not. Originally designed for rental skis for obvious reasons, this surface is now available on a wide variety of retail skis as well since everyone likes their skis to look nice.
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YouTube - 又是一個CSIA系統的超強饅頭可能幹掉老爸的功夫高手


Ideal Target Skier: Weekend Warrior/Charger: These skiers were once upon a time ski bums, or very proficient skiers in college, then landed an internship that led to a 70 hour work week and a wife and 2.5 kids. They are still great skiers, and ski hard every chance they get on steeps, moguls, powder... whatever they can get their hands on.

Skier Ability: Upper Intermediate to Advanced: Skiing most black diamond runs, but cautiously or at moderate speeds.

Speed: Fast: At this speed, these skiers are passing most of the others on blue square runs, and keeping up with most skiers on black diamond runs.

Features:
Wide platform for floatation on powder
Springblade technology- solid on firm snow, springy for airs
Full twin tip- for skiing backwards or shooting up rooster tails
Cap and 90 degree Sandwich construction- cap over tip and tail for durability and light weight, sandwich underfoot for improved edge hold
All natural wood core maintains ski shape

This ski is no joke. It has a race ski feel on the hardpack snow when carving, but the springblade technology makes the tips and tails soft for hard landings and just goofing around. It isn't the best ski for the park because of its girth, but it will do ok if needed. It is really at home in powder and chopped up snow. The softer tip allows some flex to get the ski up and planing at slower speeds in powder, but will handle high speed turning with minimal instability on steeper terrain. This ski is a perfect match for skiing the west no matter the snow condition, and is a great powder ski for the east coast skier

Roxy is unquestionably the leader in making quality gear by, for, and about Women. If you don't already know that then ask any of the cool girls.. they know.
Of course at Level Nine, we don't really care about being cool, we do care about providing a great product at a great price.
As for the product yes it's cool, but it's also top quality. The skis are pressed by Dynastar, the bindings by Look, and the boots by Lange so there is no question about the product itself.
You can see by the price that we have managed to acquire this sweet sweet gear at a price that we could still make you happy with. You can shop around if you want, but you know it, we know it, and they know it: our prices are the best period.


Ideal Target Skier: Powder Hound: If you use your sick days only when it snows 12'' or more overnight and not when you're actually sick, this ski is probably for you. Powder Hounds are on the search for deep and untouched powder, and fat skis to ski it with.

Skier Ability: Advanced to Expert: Skipping the blue runs to get to the black runs, but sometimes a little cautious when it gets very steep, or some hesitation when your buddy says, ''You just have to clear those rocks or else you're toast.''

Speed: Fast: At this speed, these skiers are passing most of the others on blue square runs, and keeping up with most skiers on black diamond runs.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Cap Construction: The topsheet of this ski drapes over the edge to form a clean and rounded finish to the side of the ski. This style of construction adds some torsional rigidity, and helps reduce topsheet chipping when the skis hit each other.

Die Cut Graphic: The base has a die cut graphic, which is made up of at least two different colors of base material, cut to different shapes to create a design or graphic. This base is popular because the graphics don't fade over time and just looks cool, even though there is no performance benefit to a die cut base.

VHMW base: Very High Molecular Weight base. This translates to a very dense, hard base. This type of base is used for race skis and high performance skis. However, this base material doesn't hold wax as well as the lesser expensive and more porous types, so waxing needs to be done a little more frequently.

Tip Rocker: This refers to the early rising of the tip to get the ski on top of the soft snow, rather than pushing through it. When the skis are held with the bases together, it will look like the tips are bent, and spread away from eachother. Tip rocker also helps skiers pivot the skis, making tight trees remarkably easy, and gives the ski a surf-like feel.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.

These are versatile skis that can be used for a variety of terrain. If you are buying a binding from us and we are mounting them, you have the option to choose for which riding style you would like us to mount them.
The default is Freeride mount which is recommended for using these sticks for All Mountain skiing. Park mount is for terrain park skiing and will be forward of the all mountain mount. You can also choose for us to not mount the bindings.
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果然發病不輕,亂認人了。

YouTube - CSIA L3超級高手的併腿滑示範動作
Ideal Target Skier: Powder Hound: If you use your sick days only when it snows 12'' or more overnight and not when you're actually sick, this ski is probably for you. Powder Hounds are on the search for deep and untouched powder, and fat skis to ski it with.

Skier Ability: Advanced to Expert: Skipping the blue runs to get to the black runs, but sometimes a little cautious when it gets very steep, or some hesitation when your buddy says, ''You just have to clear those rocks or else you're toast.''

Speed: Fast: At this speed, these skiers are passing most of the others on blue square runs, and keeping up with most skiers on black diamond runs.

Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.

Cap Construction: The topsheet of this ski drapes over the edge to form a clean and rounded finish to the side of the ski. This style of construction adds some torsional rigidity, and helps reduce topsheet chipping when the skis hit each other.

Die Cut Graphic: The base has a die cut graphic, which is made up of at least two different colors of base material, cut to different shapes to create a design or graphic. This base is popular because the graphics don't fade over time and just looks cool, even though there is no performance benefit to a die cut base.

VHMW base: Very High Molecular Weight base. This translates to a very dense, hard base. This type of base is used for race skis and high performance skis. However, this base material doesn't hold wax as well as the lesser expensive and more porous types, so waxing needs to be done a little more frequently.

Tip Rocker: This refers to the early rising of the tip to get the ski on top of the soft snow, rather than pushing through it. When the skis are held with the bases together, it will look like the tips are bent, and spread away from eachother. Tip rocker also helps skiers pivot the skis, making tight trees remarkably easy, and gives the ski a surf-like feel.

Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. These are the skis that have brought skiing back to life and kept the younger generation interested in this great sport. The turned up tail is designed for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool. You can also spray your friends with the rooster tail of snow behind you.

These are versatile skis that can be used for a variety of terrain. If you are buying a binding from us and we are mounting them, you have the option to choose for which riding style you would like us to mount them.
The default is Freeride mount which is recommended for using these sticks for All Mountain skiing. Park mount is for terrain park skiing and will be forward of the all mountain mount. You can also choose for us to not mount the bindings.
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預設 回覆: 面是人家給,架是自己丟!

[quote=CrazyBoy;11017]弱智大師跟太極猴猴腦袋塞大便嗎?.


This step-by-step skiing guide will take you through all the basics from getting down beginner ski slopes safely, to mastering the infamous black runs and their terrible moguls. We cover skiing technique in-depth from beginner to advanced with lots of handy tips throughout for skiers of all abilities


Learning to ski is a gradual process. The first techniques that you learn are the safest and, most importantly, the easiest for beginners. As your skill and experience increase through practice you move onto a new set of intermediate techniques that will allow you to navigate the ski slopes at a faster pace with more freedom, before finally dealing with more challenging ski runs and bumps in the piste called moguls. The best thing about skiing is that it is an enjoyable experience at all levels. In this Ski Technique section we will be familiarising you with all the different stages so that, when you get on the slopes, you will be well prepared for what awaits you.



Curiously enough the first thing a skier needs to know when getting started is how to stop. A beginner may well career out of control and become a risk to himself and other skiers if he cannot stop his random descent. At all levels of skiing, a rapid halt can be not just limb saving but life saving. If all else fails throw yourself on the ground. Its only snow after all and as a beginner you need practice in falling down. It will probably happen a lot and it's good to see that it doesn't really hurt if done correctly. Even really good skiers may need do this as, once they're going at pace, it is the best way to bring an end to danger closing in at speed.

Skiing equipment is designed to let you fall. Your ski-bindings (which connect your boots to you skis) should release when you fall, allowing you to crash into the snow without entangling your legs and damaging them. If ski bindings are set incorrectly, however, they will either not eject you (if too tight), which is dangerous, or frequently eject you unnecessarily, making you fall when you should not (if too loose). Ski instructors wary of being sued may be reluctant to help you out here, but lift operators often have a screw driver or pen knife on hand to lend to you. Adjust bindings by turning the screw 180 degrees at a time only. If that fails, get them looked at professionally in a ski shop.
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舊 2011-02-22, 01:31 PM   #114
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[quote=CrazyBoy;11063]我是智障團體嗎?

我連英文都看不懂

In the context of technique, we will establish the
building blocks for skill development, train your
eye to observing good technique, explain the
paradoxes within the sport, and ground you
in applied biomechanics.
READERS GUIDE
Nordic skiing technique requires practice and
under the guidance of a competent instructor,
coach... or ideally, a mentor.
The reader must also realize the challenge in
presenting something as complex as Nordic Skiing
in a complete, yet concise manner, within the
scope of a video or book.
All technical assessments made from either
video or photographic imagery need to
take into account distortions owing to the
position and angle of the camera. The
central perspective is critically effected by the
lens selection, frame rate, aperture and focallength. Serious interpretative mistakes are made
by skiers, coaches and instructors based upon
the most recent World Cup television broadcast
footage or photos placed in magazines to
illustrate points.
For this reason, we have relied on re-shooting elite
world cup skiers outside of a race environment
and on a controlled set. We are also able to
achieve a far superior quality in the footage and
a precise bio-mechanical picture.
More specifically, photography or video is
generally not geometrically accurate or
planimetric, owing to plane and angle, radial or
relief displacements. These images require
restitution before you should attempt to draw
conclusions regarding biomechanical angles or
positions of the skiers. Photography that is
plainmetrically correct is known as an
orthophotographic image.
Similarly, we have chosen our words carefully,
and have kept the explanations succinct, rather
then providing long-winded and overly-technical
rambles, which are unworkable for the skier. In our
experience, brief phrases are needed capture
the essence of the technique.
Given the inherent limitations with the language,
we have also sought to minimize any ambiguity
through extensive public consultation and
collaboration with leading authorities in the sport.
The skiers chosen to demonstrate technique
possess attributes consistent with the level of skill
being presented. That is to say, Olympic or proelite
athletes would be used to show advanced
skills whereas intermediate level skiers may be
chosen to depict learning progressions.
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This step-by-step skiing guide will take you through all the basics from getting down beginner ski slopes safely, to mastering the infamous black runs and their terrible moguls. We cover skiing technique in-depth from beginner to advanced with lots of handy tips throughout for skiers of all abilities


Learning to ski is a gradual process. The first techniques that you learn are the safest and, most importantly, the easiest for beginners. As your skill and experience increase through practice you move onto a new set of intermediate techniques that will allow you to navigate the ski slopes at a faster pace with more freedom, before finally dealing with more challenging ski runs and bumps in the piste called moguls. The best thing about skiing is that it is an enjoyable experience at all levels. In this Ski Technique section we will be familiarising you with all the different stages so that, when you get on the slopes, you will be well prepared for what awaits you.



Curiously enough the first thing a skier needs to know when getting started is how to stop. A beginner may well career out of control and become a risk to himself and other skiers if he cannot stop his random descent. At all levels of skiing, a rapid halt can be not just limb saving but life saving. If all else fails throw yourself on the ground. Its only snow after all and as a beginner you need practice in falling down. It will probably happen a lot and it's good to see that it doesn't really hurt if done correctly. Even really good skiers may need do this as, once they're going at pace, it is the best way to bring an end to danger closing in at speed.

Skiing equipment is designed to let you fall. Your ski-bindings (which connect your boots to you skis) should release when you fall, allowing you to crash into the snow without entangling your legs and damaging them. If ski bindings are set incorrectly, however, they will either not eject you (if too tight), which is dangerous, or frequently eject you unnecessarily, making you fall when you should not (if too loose). Ski instructors wary of being sued may be reluctant to help you out here, but lift operators often have a screw driver or pen knife on hand to lend to you. Adjust bindings by turning the screw 180 degrees at a time only. If that fails, get them looked at professionally in a ski shop.
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[quote=CrazyBoy;11055]我果然發病不輕。



大 家小心
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預設 回覆: CSIA系統中的變態L3超級高手的併腿示範表演

Norman在家裏英雄無用之處,要屎飯給誰看呀?jiaada17jiaada17jiaada17jiaada17
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