Ski and Snowboard Show 2013

Some of the Ski Demon team went to the recent Ski and Snowboard Show in Earls Court. For those of you who have never been then shame on you – you’re missing out!

Whether you are looking for some free ski or snowboard lessons, ice skating, tubing and curling, or want to sample some alpine goodies and see what’s new on the snow scene, there is something here for everyone. We also made sure we didn’t miss Le Rac Shack – melted raclette cheese on bread, who could ask for more.

We perused the stands and thought we’d share with you some things that inspired us…

Top 5 Ski and Snowboard Show goodies

Fluid Car
Fluid Car are brand new on the scene and their premise is very simple – they have redesigned the transfer experience so you can save time and money on your upcoming holiday. Read our full article here.

Ski More, Ski Mojo
Lost your ski mojo? Had an injury or are a bit unfit? Then get your Ski Mojo back today. A simple to use, discreet, easy to wear piece of kit that will enable you to ski for longer, harder and faster all day. Read our full write up here.

Retro Rentals
Looking to have a bit of fun on the slopes and are wanting to stand out from the crowd? Then why not wear some vintage or retro ski wear? Look no further than Retro Rentals – epic 80s ski wear. Read more about them here.

Snow Improver Holidays
Becoming ever more popular, snow improver holidays will push your skiing or snowboarding abilities on by leaps and bounds. Far better than standard lessons, improver training will give you the confidence you need and the technique you are aspiring for. Read our full article here.

Glacius Travel
For something a bit different why not take a look at Glacius Travel. Born out of organising Corporate Holiday, Glacius are an independent ski travel specialist who provide bespoke winter breaks to individuals, groups and corporates. Read our full write up here.

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