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Winter Wee Dos

We've had some great Wee Dos in store over the past couple of months.  Both these clips are about helping the preserve the mountains for winter sports.  Very apt with the recent snow fall we've had yesterday and today!

Salomon snowboards are helping to push the industry's perceptions on how we can make snowboards in a more environmentally sound way- and even pushing ideas forward, finding ways to set up technology in order to recycle our boards after we've wrecked 'em.


Respect the Mountains is an organisation helping to make tour operators and mountain resorts aware of how they can change their operations, to create sustainability in an industry which was not showing responsibility for their impacts on the environment they rely upon.  They also raise key issues for skiiers and snowboarders to consider, when travelling to or spending time in the mountains.


At some point in the near future all of the Wee Do talks will be available to watch online.

Wee Do - Salomon Snowboards


On Tuesday 1st December Salomons Andy Cain will be coming into Carnaby Street to tell us all about their G.I.F.T. Project collection.

Green Initiative for Tomorrow - Eco means a lot more different things these days. At salomon, it means lighter weight products, a signature bamboo snap, and new materials that are less harsh on the environment.

"A growing awareness of environmental issues and a demand for greener products has led to the new additons in equipment lines. Snowboarders are attached to the natural world, they are going to be more apt to buy something that he or she feels is ecologically better for the planet" - Alex Warburton, Salomon.

Salomon won a 2008 Volvo sports design award for Eco design for the construction of its Sick Stick snowboard. By using structural bamboo in the construction of the board, Salomom was able to both reduce the amount of resin in the board and make it lighter.

If you would like a free ticket to this event, please email ([email protected]) or call us on (0207 287 2345) to reserve a space.

As always we will have free Organic beers and Juices available. Doors open at 7:15pm and remember spaces are limited so get in touch quickly.

See you there!

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