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Discussion: Try classic!

in: bl; bl > 2017-12-10

Dec 11, 2017 1:29 PM # 
4 '' of snow is perfect for classic skiing - making your own tracks on trails/grass where there are no rocks. I use my waxless in warm changing conditions - waxables only in cold fresh snow conditions. Good and pleasurable strengthening exercise and likely not to aggravate your legs too much.
Dec 11, 2017 10:47 PM # 
I'll get there. In hindsight, I should have grabbed the waxless but usually look for opportunity to make skate skiing second glide at a time. Skate has worked on as little as 2" on grass but colder I guess and with some universal glide wax. And, as you well know, skate on crust is heaven.

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