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New style skis hit the slopes
Date: 12/3/2012 Album ID: 1576162
Photos by York Dispatch
This is the time of year for skiers to decide whether to keep their old skis or move up to the newest full rocker-style skies. Rocker (also called reverse-camber) skies makes it easier to turn and quicker to learn according to Craig Miller, owner of Uller's Ski & Board Shop in York Township. In a York Dispatch video Miller gives a tutorial on the new style skies. Bil Bowden photos
As many different kinds of skis there are, there are at least that many new styles of shapes of snowboards. And, add in the art work on the board, and buying the right board is quite a chore. Assuming winter weather ever comes, skiers will have to decide whether to keep their 'old' style skis or move up to the newest full rocker style. Craig H. Miller of Uller's in York Township gives a tutorial on what's different, why and how much difference it will make. Monday, December 3, 2012.

 Bil Bowden photos
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Miller shows the new types of skis for this year, and what kind you ski on depends on where you ski, how fast, in what conditions.   Assuming winter weather ever comes, skiers will have to decide whether to keep their 'old' style skis or move up to the newest full rocker style. Craig H. Miller of Uller's in York Township gives a tutorial on what's different, why and how much difference it will make. Monday, December 3, 2012.

 Bil Bowden photos
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Assuming winter weather ever comes, skiers will have to decide whether to keep their 'old' style skis or move up to the newest full rocker style. Craig H. Miller of Uller's in York Township gives a tutorial on what's different, why and how much difference it will make. Monday, December 3, 2012.

 Bil Bowden photos
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