I updated the Hagan Ski Mountaineering Website! It's really a whole new website, not just an update. It's not complete yet. (It never is.) But it is close. Mostly functional. I hope you like it. Please tell me about any errors you encounter or suggestions you have.
The next big project is to add "bundles" of products – so you can save on packages of skis and bindings, skis and climbing skins, etc.
Please let me know if you find anything annoying. For instance, I think a newsletter signup popup that was on the old website is still showing up – so there are multiple newsletter signup popups. I'll try to fix that!
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Tips for getting the best performance from Hagan hybrid climbing skins:
Tip 3. If it is quite cold and you have snow crystals on the skins, wipe them across your thigh a time or two to brush off the snow/ice. Because they aren't traditional glue, that quite effectively removes the snow (without sticking to your pants.)
With these tips, you will really enjoy the handling advantages and not needing to store them with plastic foils - ever!
Skintrack recently posted a brief review of the Hagan Ultra 82.
And... "good impressions 🙂"
"It shines in variable conditions, hard pack, crust and wind affected snowpack - basically, any time when conditions get less than ideal."
Very interesting, if somewhat obvious, research showing the disadvantage of overly wide skis.
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