_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4/21/08 - I just found your site by googling wooden skis and saw that you also have a Wooden Ski Rendezvous! However, I still think I would take the Influence 105 over the Supernatural 100 for arcing turns on roughed up groomers, as the 100s subtle tail rocker does make them slightly more prone to washing out. Sincerely, Karen Haug Osen - Minneapolis, MN USA _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4/10/05 - Hi Greg, I bought by Madshus skis in the 1970s when cross country skiing was first being written about in Minnesota, and they are still. I also looked at the link you had to skis made in Sweden and I may buy a pair but they are definitely spendy. I'm hoping for a fun winter. I'm hoping you will be able to steer me in the right direction. During the off season, skis may take considerably longer, as I only run the machinery for 10 pairs of more. Includes a round cutting blade.
It was an interesting article and talked about the economic history of pine tar as well as its chemical composition and use. Troll was a startup company by Lief Loseth, ex production manager for Madshus. Firm Chop / Crud, in firm, choppy snow down runs like Altas Stone Crusher and High Rustler, the Supernatural 100 again excelled at quick, snappy turns at moderate speeds. Photo by Jay Richards. Skis are prepared using a three-stage process: the skis are flattened, clas ohlson molde storsenter using a working structure. Keep up the good work. I got your address out of the latest newsweek. Model Year: 2016, Product ID: 59216, Model Number: T74110, gtin.