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SofaKingSickNot really imo. The trampoline lacks the forward movement and the weight of your skis and the compression and take off
DirtYStylEHaving 20lbs strapped to your feet makes a big difference
SkiAddictionBeing able to flip on a trampoline in socks/shoes/barefoot gives you a good level of air awareness and it definitely a good step towards flipping on skis. This being said, you do lose the feel of having skis on your feet which add a fair amount of swing weight while rotating or spinning. To take it to the next level you can add in Trampoline skis to replicate this much more accurately before landing it on snow.
ddemille1Nice sales pitch, sadly I'm broke