i always been sayin it rollabladin and skiin gots to combine into one sport. so here tha deal why skiers use poles when tha rollablade ridaz don't? good qeustion i dont know tha answer dats why we need to throw poles away so dat we can have more style like rollabladin. just look at tha front cover of dis site.
well obviously skiing has poles for balance and to initiate turns etc. in rollerblading your using your arms too much for gathering speed while in skiing you use momentum. i agree that if your in the park and you do it with style u should ditch your poles but in other cases that would be rediculous.
haha im gonna rollerblade with poles come summer time... steeze son...
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are you a ffucking retard. Skiing has been around for millions of years. It statrted with dinosaurs who lived in switzerland and had to get down the mountain to get medicine for their daughters so they straped wood to their claws and went down the mountain. rollerbladin started in the 60's
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wrong, as usual. In ancient times, Cro-Magnon people in southern France (1.3 Million BC) used long, smoothened branches to manuver though deeper snow. These were the first ever "skis". Please, speek proper English, and initiate some grammer once and a while, you will be glad you did!
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remeber engrish first jks, skiing is its own sports although similar its takes a ceratin skill just like everything else...few people can come from rolarblading and kill it ...im thinking back to that ns article where the bladers were killiing it on their first ever times o skis
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it's been done.. before the twin tip skis of today were around. They were called snowblades/skiboards/"short-skis"/"lame". They were sort of like rollerblades for the snow, used without poles. Very lame compared to the present state of twin-tip skiing.
People who ride them now do not get ANY "respekt"
Get blazed and ski... It's more fun!
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