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Demo Days 2017 - Whitetail, Massanutten, . . .
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4 months ago

Just realized there is a Demo Day thread yet for 2016-17.

Whitetail will have it’s usual Demo Day on Friday, 1/6/17.  Being sponsored by The Ski Shoppe.  That’s where the Brians landed after the Ski Center in DC closed up in 2016.  This demo day has multiple brand rep tents.

Massanutten demo weekend by Freestyle of Charlottesville will be Jan. 7-8, 2017.  This is a single tent demo, with a few models/sizes brought by Freestyle.  The selection has been pretty good in recent years, even for petite women like me or tall women like my friend who end up demo’ing unisex/men’s skis.

4 months ago

Anyone going to Whitetail on Friday?  I know JimK is going to be in WV instead.

Apparently can get a voucher for a $35 lift ticket if you find the Ski Shoppe table before going to the ticket window.

4 months ago
Clearly, JimK is an appreciated customer of Sun & Ski.
4 months ago

I’ll probably be out to Whitetail tomorrow around noon. Orange pants and grey coat

3 months ago

I’m heading to the SIA show this weekend and then the mother of all demos for next years gear, next monday and tues. at Copper — all manufacturers will be there , I’m checking out as many small companies as I can aside from the big guys… any suggestions?

3 months ago

Kemperski — what have you seen at SIA?  Tell us about what you demo this week and what you like/dislike.  

 

MarzNC — Thanks for posting about Whitetail’s Demo day earlier this month.  I assumed there wouldn’t be one this year since Ski Center closed, so was very happy to read your post that Ski Shoppe would do it.  

 

3 months ago

kemperski wrote:

I’m heading to the SIA show this weekend and then the mother of all demos for next years gear, next monday and tues. at Copper — all manufacturers will be there , I’m checking out as many small companies as I can aside from the big guys… any suggestions?

Renoun.

 

3 months ago

But don’t ski them if you care about price. You’ll love the skis but won’t want to pay what it costs to buy them.

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