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you are being a ignorrant loser! thats not the point im trying to say advancements need to be made in the protection of skiers!
Its not about who dies or lives. Its the fact that we could possibly be saving MORE lives if we updated our ways of protection for our athletets and skiers on the slopes!!
I agree with you jdilla. I just feel these ski engineers have and should be updating new ski technology to help save lives. Bottom line here is either way people will get hurt or die but the thing is reducing it is possible and should be done. we just want our friends, family, and idols safe and having fun with what they love to do!
This. What's with nobody wearing helmets during urban?
Do people think you're more likely to hit your head skiing powder than doing a 270 onto a sketchy urban rail over a sement stair case with hardly any snow?
This seems to be the general consensus considering you never see Sage Cattabriga-Alosa skiing without a helmet, but none of the urban skiers seem to wear them.
I understand nobody big has died in urban yet (I don't think), but I feel like it's soon to happen. Especially considering how big they go now.