just use some old shoelass
'You're from Ontario, and you're an idiot, meaning that your opinion can pretty much automatically be dismissed worthless. Yes, I can back that up, I used to live there. Moving to BC really opened up my eyes to what skiing is really about. HINT: Skiing isn't about tiny verticals, shit talking, and private clubs galore. Get the fuck out of Glen Eden and Craigleith or Caledon, and get real.'-what jib this thinks of me
use powder leashes, they are flourescent ornage things that hook on to your brakes. U just tuck it into your pants then when u fall it is easy to find your skis. I always have to use them at Castle Mountain. If you're really poor just tie orange survevers tape abput 10 feet long to your skis... that basically whayt the leahes are anyeways.
i would only use the tape if it's a super powder day and you don't wanta go looking for your skis after you fall for 20 mins! so it's a good idea for big powder days.
yup, thats the downside of a leash. but if they dont kill you, then they do make it easier to find your skis. i remember looking for a friends PE in 3 feet of pow for over an hour. fuck i was pissed at him for falling, missed a good 4 runs of pow or so
My skis have tyrolias and their brakes suck so they break off when you ride swich so the other day the kid i was riding w/had to chase down teh mnt to get my ski. It would have been nice to have a leash then.
dude, leashes on skis are bad ideas, there's a reason why they release, you don't want your ski comin around and smackin you cause it's tied to you're boot, they have those flourescent powder thingys to find your skis in deep stuff