Matching boots i cant remember their exact name but their in the car...
The Czars themselves are not great for the park as their more big Mt and pow ski's so im saving for some suspects right now.
Now i can slide boxes ok and throw in a 180 slide to come out switch, pretty much the same with metal pipes, but im yet to try a normal rail because i feel like they must be harder, other than that i can throw straight airs nice and easily with safety's as well as 180's both ways and 360's but i just cant get enough rotation on my 3's i keep over or under rotating and end up landing back seat and dragging an arm, i also seem to only be able to do them over a spine i feel like they would be much harder of a normal kicker...is this true? Other than this i don't have access to airbags or foam pits a lot other than maybe once or twice a year, im looking to really progress my riding but being British i only have the chance to ski about twice a month at XScape
anyone got any tips for progression, things to practice over and over? I do a lot of spins on the ground before i try my 3's to get a feel for the motion. I have great balance but would like to know if theirs any other tips about that could progress my skiing in the park. Would it be beneficial to get some skates, and hit the skate park? I know spins will be a tad different due to no ski swing but it should help me get used to grinds and rotations with boots on as well as im sure foam pits are much more readily available at skate parks.
Has anyone been to the Salomon grom camps? if so are they as helpful as i've heard as im going on the 23rd
Any help, hints, tips or advice would be appreciated.