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Slalom Course Supplies

ESPNSkierESPNSkier Posts: 124 Baller
Where do most people get slalom course supplies? I normally order from Skier-to-Skier here in Florida but their site seems to be down?

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  • gmutgmut Posts: 198 Baller
    Wallyskier.com
    Than_Bogan
  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 6,041 Mega Baller
    Wallyskier stuff is VERY high quality. Costs more in the short term but less in the long term. And saves maintenance work.
    Nathaniel Bogan -- GUT Padawan
  • EdbrazilEdbrazil Posts: 1,368 Historical Baller
    edited May 2016
    I checked the website, and skier to skier is up and working:
    http://www.skiertoskier.com/
    I get stuff from them and also Wallyskier. Than is right about the cost and quality.
    Any course project, you will need line. I have been getting bulk line from Masterline.
    They have a product called Poly-E, or something like that, that has a reasonable price,
    and is also good to work with, as in doing fidding.
    Nice to keep the $$ in the sport, and shop from people who are skiers themselves.
    DragoToddL
  • ESPNSkierESPNSkier Posts: 124 Baller
    Thanks, will look at both. I have always found skier-to-skier to be quick and the products are good. Have never tried Wallyskier.
  • AndreAndre Posts: 986 Crazy Baller
    EZ slalom gets my money and is also a Baller...
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