On Snowblades Skaters Rule the Slopes!
I’m a life long skater. I first strapped on a pair of skates when I was 4 and have loved skating ever since. My parents met skating, I met my wife skating, my son’s both skate — you get the idea.
Along came snowblades! I first tried snowblades in early 1996 along with a fellow skater. I was a skier for 22 years but never really felt any similarity between skates and skis. One run, wow, that’s all it took. Both of us knew immediately that we had found our winter sport. It felt like skating on snow, turning spinning, backwards, anywhere I wanted to go. I chucked my skis that very day.
I couldn’t help but tell people in my skate club. It wasn’t soon after that fellow club members were remarking similarly exhilarating experiences. Snowblades are fast to learn (even faster for skaters), outrageous fun, right from the start and will awaken those feelings of pure freedom and joy usually only known by expert snow riders, and all this within a matter of days, not years!
Here is the deal with snowblades. If you skate or have ever skated, you have absolutely got to try snowblades as soon as possible. These are remarkably similar to skates in the way they handle. So much so, that even someone who has never been on the ski slopes will be able to snowblade within 3 runs or less and quickly move to advanced runs in just days. This is unheard of in the world of snow riding.
Snowblades redefine what is possible on the slopes. As a skater, all your skills translate directly to the snow. It’s just like skating on snow, forwards, backwards, in the air, spinning, and going anywhere you choose, all the while with a huge and ever growing grin on your face. Just talk with skaters who snowblade and they will tell you.
Don’t let the looks of snowblades fool you. Though short, ranging from 75cm to 125cm, snowblades will easily blast through powder, hold an edge on ice, and take you to new heights on the mountain, including those elusive (until now) glade runs, a best kept secret by those snowbladers who really know. Snowblades handle more like a combination of skates and snowboards. Imagine being instantly great on the slopes – cause that is what it is like for skaters. Instantly great!
Back in 1996, I decided to post a small website to spread the word. I called them ‘powderskates’ because riding snowblades felt exactly like skating through powder. Nothing compares to floating through fresh powder! The response to my small website was overwhelming, literally! This name soon evolved into snowblades. While started from a computer at home, the business quickly expanded outside the house and has been growing ever since.
It’s not just me who can’t help but share my passion for snowblading. Our customers too can’t help but tell their friends and family and of course, the many who are curious at the mountain! Snowblading continues to grow by word of mouth, based on the direct experience of those who have tried snowblades. Once is all it takes. Just check out the testimonials section and read for yourself.
My recommendation – look into this, try them or buy them — you have very little to lose. And if I am right, you may well find that snowblading has become a major passion in your life and will bring back a renewed enthusiasm for the slopes, one that you can’t wait to get back to, even if you just went yesterday. Nothing compares to the thrill of snowblading. This is the winter sport for those who want to celebrate a day on the mountain, rather than wasting their life in lessons learning how to use cumbersome equipment.
Join me, and skiboarders all over the world who are experiencing the incredible freedom that only snowblades can provide.