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7 Tips and Tricks to Make
Spring Skiing More Enjoyable!
1.High Fluoro Wax.
High Fluoro wax will make a huge difference in wet spring conditions. This wax is incredibly hydrophobic and virtually eliminates the extreme slowing that comes with wet spring snow. It's expensive wax, but it truly makes a big difference. The next best low-cost alternative is a product called, Zardoz Notwax. Zardoz is a wipe-on teflon product. It's very easy, just wipe it on twice-a-day. Zardoz is better than regular wax but is still not as good as High Fluoro wax.
2) The Best Spring Skiing Happens Early in the Day.
Get to the slopes early and leave early. Be on the chairlift as soon as they open and look for south facing and ...