Salomon Snowblade

Brand: Salomon

What do you think about Salomon Snowblade?
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20/03/2002
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Snowblades are extremely easy to learn to go on, a great way to learn how to go skiing. The sad thing is that neither speed nor proper ice grip can be achieved. Cool toy, a day or a half maybe ...

Model year: 2000
jesper_kallstrom
13/03/2002
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They are easy to learn to go on. But flattering a lot and feeling a bit childish.
Yes, they may be fun to go on, but I think you should stick to regular skiing.

Model year: 2001
POMPE
08/01/2002
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The snowblades are so lovely. Lite light skating but at high speed it will be fun. Very easily controlled on the pistachio but on the off-piste it becomes easy to stop. You have to almost jump down for an uphill hill. In the case of big jumps, you get easy back weight! / Pompe

Model year: 2001
LSDinliner
13/12/2001
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I think they are quite fun. But they look so damn childish. I'll buy a pair of real skis when I can afford (Salomon 1080).

Model year: 2001
Ade
22/10/2001
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Sure, blades are fun.

Many complain about blades and find it trashy, I claim that blades are one of the best ways to learn how to get a sharp turn. In addition, they work well in the air, easy to handle, please try Blades, but do not completely convert. Blades are a wonderful addition to the usual ride.

Model year: 1998
12/08/2001
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I think it's a shame that many bad skiers choose snowblades because they are the only layers they can go on. But I have chosen snowblades because they are easy to have. Our family has a cabin upstairs at Årefjället and it makes it much easier to jump in your own jump and so on with snowblades, than to do with long skis and rods.
Then there is a big difference between, for example, Salomon Buzz 90 and Salomon SB 10. Anyway, snowblades get a ... FEMMA !!!

Model year: 2000
28/01/2000
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fun to go on..but a little afraid that I'll get tired of them a little too fast ... it's quite easy to learn them .. after a while you've got what it's all about ... but it seems though as snowblades are dirty ... have looked a bit grand and it seems that Grooves is one of the better brands..I will go to Bad Hofgastein in Austria on the sports license and wonder if anyone knows if you have the opportunity to buy skiboards (type Grooves ) there ??? grateful for answers!

Model year: 1999
20/12/1999
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I have Snowblades and the funniest thing is to ride in new pistades or in a lovely Offpist when you're all alone, have the whole forest for yourself and just slide around and then make a good jump at the end of the hill ... there's nothing more fun than snowblades! ;)

Model year: 1999
freeride_nu
03/12/1999
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Snowblades do not belong in the piste, they are fun there for up to 1 hour late, and jumping with them is really messy, it looks ridiculous (and they are impossible to land with, zero balnas). But outside the piste they are very huge, you can go in the densest forests in the steepest slopes, even in really deep pillows if it's quite steep. Because that's the only problem, there must be some slope. But it's only that snowblades are superior skis, at least for those who do not really play in a dense green forest.

Then skip snowblades in the piste but drive with them in the woods, there they are guudalika

They were a bit unpredictable in the piste and difficult to cope with the landing, but in the woods they were badly fun, especially in deep snow
/ Carl

Model year: 1999
freeride_nu
30/11/1999
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Snowblades should NOT be taken in the piste. Snowblades are to be driven where it is as brilliant, most rocks and most trees!

In the piste there is nothing to pick up if you compare with skis. It's the offpiste that applies, you can go where skiers can only dream about going. However, avoid drowsiness. :)

I myself have snowblades or the equivalent for 12 years. As a complement to the skis.

Model year: 1999