Mono ski

Started by Olly123456789 in Ski Technique - 20 Replies

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reply to 'Mono ski'
posted Jan-2012

How it should be done...

Monoskiing shares the lateral forces.

reply to 'Mono ski'
posted Jan-2012

For some serious mono-stoke you need to check out these two films with Pif Brun... Second one is a descent of the Eugster on the North face of the Midi...



reply to 'Mono ski'
posted Jan-2012

Trencher wrote:Although you can now carve a monoski, to me it is still looks very inefficient. As I said before, all the disadvantages of both skiing and snowboarding. As far as knees go on a single board you need both bindings to release simultaneously or not at all. That why there's never been a releasable binding for snowboards (that was safe anyway). That said, whatever it takes to have fun meets the "justifiable" standard, and it's a bit better than some other niche snow sports

Hahahahahahaahaha! That video is amazing. I will be sharing it.

reply to 'Mono ski'
posted Jul-2017


Edited 1 time. Last update at 16-Jul-2017

reply to 'Mono ski'
posted Jul-2017

Can only see two real uses:

1) Breakable crust - probably still worth a miss
2) Separation (body-legs) - drills

Nice video, I just seem to be missing the helicopter to reach that powder. Guess will be sticking to a conventional touring setup.

Topic last updated on 24-July-2017 at 12:03

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