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New Spine Classic Boots – Editorial Glance

New Spine Classic Boots – Editorial Glance

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Yesterday we've published a press-release by Spine Sports regarding their new boots. First of all, the Dailyskier.com is a commercial media resource. We spend to produce editorial content and we want to offset our costs. Publishing companies' press-releases - self-written, as-is but clearly marked as such - is a standard form of any media to earn some money, we hope it is clear for everyone reading this now. ...Which does not mean we're not curious and don't want to learn more than what Spine was willing to put into their statement. We also have a broader assertion to make on the subject - but first what we managed to glean about new boots: Since time immemorial( I.e. since 2014 when they first hit the market) carbon sole boots were made…
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SPONSORED CONTENT: Spine Sports Presents Breakthrough Classic Boots

SPONSORED CONTENT: Spine Sports Presents Breakthrough Classic Boots

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PRESS-RELEASE by Spine Sports Yaroslavl, Russian Federation January 23, 2020. Spine Sports is proud to present a unique product at the ISPO-2020 exhibition that is opening in Munich next week: The Ultimate Classic Integral features an entirely new approach to the design & production of top racing boots for cross country skiing. Instead of the hitherto common " sandwich" arrangement where several elements are glued or screwed together to form a boot sole, the Ultimate Classic Integral features a breakthrough construction where a metal bar, a key element of all NNN-compatible boots, is integrated into the actual platform. The new platform is produced utilizing a brand-new technology of heat multi-component molding developed in-house by Spine Sports. Says Dmitry Vargin, Spine Sports founder & CEO: " The creation of the new…
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Cool Kids Got 100%. Now In Skiing Too

Cool Kids Got 100%. Now In Skiing Too

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Some brands are cooler than others. Before it was word-of-mouth and nonscientific. Now there is Instagram to check out who's logo is current must-have - and who's a daddy's stuff. 800k followers don't lie - these guys from San Diego, Cal. are current "it". https://www.instagram.com/p/B4X798kA1jO/?igshid=1doffrzi2mm9w "The 100% brand has always been synonymous with motocross Americana" their website says. Well, OK, buds. But it's here , on this resource because it just started to conquer the world of cross country skiing. By signing up Team Norway's Anniken Alnaes and Gjøran Tefre as well as the " world's fastest skier" currently, Lele Bechis of Italy. Which means two things,essentially: - cool brands believe in skiing's potential. - skiers of certain age when things like that matter won't be a butt of jokes…
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Justyna Kowalczyk – In Her Own Words

Justyna Kowalczyk – In Her Own Words

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Hard to overestimate the role Justyna Kowalczyk played for the sport of cross country skiing this century. Fantastic results on the tracks made it clear that talented and committed athlete even from non-skiing nation could win, repeatedly and convincigly. Justyna's openness and polite directness made her a true household name in Poland and well beyond that. With the athletes of the statute and the recognition of Ms.Kowalczyk it is common to retire with a directorship on the board of some large corporation, to land a lucrative contract on television and to sell the book rights. In other words - to exploit well-deserved fame Yet Justyna Kowalczyk is still on the ski tracks, in remote training camps, freezing by the side watching "her girls", the group she and her coach Alexander…
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Anikken Gjerde Alnaes Who Defies Conventions

Anikken Gjerde Alnaes Who Defies Conventions

Gear News, Newsfeed
The last weekend Anikken Gjerde Alnaes had her debute race at the World Cup - and finished 8th on her first try. Today she was 2d at the Norwegian Cup in Lygne in qualification - and that's nobody's secret that those Norwegian internal races often have stronger line-up than international ones. And, of course, earlier this month a 25 year old Norwegian won the Scandinavian Cup - all of that in sprint Alnaes is not exactly a household name yet and a few outside Norway and the United States where she studied & student raced until fairly recently, have heard it, The reasons behind any xcskier's progress are multiple and complex , naturally - but an aspect that caught our eye (and started a conversation with Anikken ) is this:…
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