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I started the month of March out in easily my favourite place to ski, Laax. At the beginning of the month, some more GB snowsports athletes came out with Coach Jamie Matthew to ski. This was so sick because there was now a little crew of us skiing together! We worked on both the jumps and rails. For rails we shredded the infamous P60 rail lap, this lap has a very long chairlift which can get freezing but it’s worth it for the 20 rail hits a run that you get. On a couple of the days we got sled...

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JTT is a sponsored athlete through the Ski Exchange This blog has been written by Justin Taylor-Tipton and all about what he's been up to this season. He talks about his trips to the Tamworth Snowdome, hitting the slopes in LAAX Switzerland and getting personal with an insight into his home life and other hobbies. Take it away Justin!  Justin's blog This January was a bit of a strange one for me because I ended up staying at home for it for some personal reasons. I spent most of my time around the people at home close to me. However,...

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Touring -

Ten years ago, we could enjoy the mountain by either skiing Downhill/Alpine, Cross Country, or Touring. Now the market place has changed thanks a lot to "Marketing departments" but also the improvements and evolution of ski equipment. Recently we've noticed customers have been getting confused by all the information out there. Some assuming they need to take the plunge and purchase two of every item to cover them on any given trip if they enjoy skiing the whole mountain.  In truth having a lightweight ski, binding and boot combination, will make ascending a mountain easier, but what about skiing down?...

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We've often been asked "how do you service skis and snowboards?" So whilst we have some time on our hands, Simon has made a short blog on the tuning and repair of a Burton Process snowboard. As he is working alone he was unable to produce video of the tuning but the images and descriptions will give everyone a good idea. Hi everyone,  This Burton Process board came in for an extensive service and a major edge delamination repair.  My first job was to give the base a clean with wax remover and dig out any remaining rock and debris....

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