*Describe the pro's pro ski as well guys*
"PULVO Ski Supply"
Riley Leboe- Biggest pro on team, and his pro ski is the "LEBOETIME" which is a slightly directional fat pow ski, pretty fat underfoot and super light as well, so easy to carry and tour with, the topsheet is a map of British Columbia with all the peaks like Whistler and Retallack circled like they have been drawn on in red ink and the base graphics are a campfire when pressed together
Shea Flynn- Second biggest pro, has a slightly fatter park ski than usual, about 101 underfoot, called the "Orient Bear" with the left ski top sheet being Fenway park looking out to the scoreboard during a sunny day and the top sheet of the right ski is the Denver skyline at sunset looking out to the mountains and the base graphic is PULVO on black in white at opposite ends
Ian Compton- Third biggest pro on team, and his pro ski is the "Horseplay" which is a pretty slim park ski with rocker at the nose and tail and camber underfoot and really strong nose and tail for buttering and pressing, top sheets are a list of Ian's favourite urban spots in his handwriting and the base graphics are Vermont's forests at night with PULVO in grey written on the tails
Paddy Graham- Last pro on team, his pro ski is the "Dropser" and is a big mountain ski with rocker underfoot and at the nose and camber at tail, 115 across, topsheet is a cliff and base graphic is snow with PULVO written in black
Alex Hall - Slays Park, Dubs at 14
Laurent De Martin - Way too styley and slays everything
Zach Mousseau- Too good at pretzling hand drags
Kieran Mcveigh- Buttery
The above guys get a park ski called the "Armstrong" with rocker in the nose and tail, flat underfoot and pretty slim but wide enough to do pow with, and the topsheet of this are a shuttle taking off when put together and the base graphic is Wallace and Gromit on the moon
"cuz b dog and dollo did it.
and mac miller did"