Universally, I can say that if you see a pair of ON3P's
riding around somewhere, the guy riding them would be more than happy
to answer your questions, let you flex em, and maybe, if your boot
fits, let you ride a run on them.
However, for the vast
majority of you, that might not happen. Thus, for all those interested,
we're going to do a few demo days this season. Dates are TBA, but
probable locations look to be:
Mt Hood, OR
Crystal Mt, WA
Stevens Pass, WA
Mt Baker, WA
realize this is pretty northwest specific, but its the land these skis
were crafted in and made for. But, a few of us have been kicking around
the idea of doing some ON3P trips this year. Thus, if you want us to
come to your mountain, and we like what we see, we'll stop by. But you
have to tell us where to go! If you would like to demo our skis, put
your mountain's name below. We'll tally as this list and the plans to
travel get more developed and decide.
^ still put where you ride and what you're interested in. we do have people scattered around (but mostly in the pacific northwest). if someone has a similar BSL as you and is in the area, we'll try out best to get you a couple runs in.
beat drops like a bomb but i'm feelin real calm, smokin dank in the woods that shit goes on and on
if you think you can front on me, you must be delirious, i'll put you in the hospital with a wound thats real serious,
its natural to be curious but my hyphiness is at a peak, i ride with a bandana on my face so i got mystique.
I know this will probably never happen, but if you guys ever make it to Alaska, give me a heads up. Love what you're doing and super stoked/curious about it. I think World Cup (local shop) does demos at some point in the season, but not really sure. Anyway, keep up the good work!
Midwest would be nice, somewhere around the Tyrol area...
When are you planning on getting them out to sell iggy?
me: "you should just say you're 17"
mikey:: "But wouldn't she know when she like (mutters off) downstairs"
me: "You have a small penis, don't you"
miley: "well not very small, but..."