ctsmith Posted October 28, 2013 Share Posted October 28, 2013 Its not rocket science and really doesnt even matter, but fun to think about as the temps drop. As always, especially after looking at Hortons survey and the fact that most everyone here has been skiing a long time, I will qualify this post by stating that I am a newbie. I skied yesterday for the first time on a new ski. I have skied at least once per week since late March. I have had no blisters this year, until yesterday on the new ski. After only 5 passes a blister developed below the callus. Same gloves, handle, etc. as all year, the only thing that changed was the ski. RFF, left hand up. The new ski is MUCH faster, for me anyway. Went from a HO CO X SL to Nano Mid. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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