Looking around, reading reviews and already being a fan of Thule, I came across their RoundTrip Ski Roller Bag. I knew it would be well made. I knew its features would be well thought through. The bag could accommodate two pairs of skis and a fair bit of kit quite easily. So, that’s what we bought.
After record breaking snowfall in our part of Austria and the magnificent job of the piste-teams to make the mountains safe, those off-piste activities can now begin. With shovel, probe, extra clothes, food, drink, camera and other essential back-country skiing kit packed, we ventured out. He’s the Thule Upslope Review update.
We opted for a Thule roof rack with Snowpack L ski carrier (L = Long = 75cm). We opted for the long version as we have quite fat skis and occasionally have friends join us so need to carry more than two pairs of skis.
As we venture further and further away from the piste, we have acquired a Thule 25l Upslope ski rucksack. We’ve not had this pack very long and it hasn’t really been tested ‘in the field’ yet. We’ve been skiing at the Hintertux and Snowshoeing at Penken, so thought we’d share our initial impressions with you.
The pair of new ski socks Andrew has bought are something else! The packaging lists fibres I’ve never heard of; what is ‘Robur’?
My first impressions of the Shock Absorber Active Zipped Plunge Sports Bra
So the results are in. I’ve had 96 responses to my survey asking how and why people hold their ski poles in order to avoid thumb injury.
Popped over to Castleford to put few new ski options through ski testing. Ellis Brigham had got several ski reps to bring lots of skis.