Snowfeet – New Booming Winter Sport
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Problems on the Slopes
Twenty years ago, ski resorts were filled only with skiers, and snowboarders had to persuade the ski resorts to let them use their slopes. It was the fear of unknown. Nowadays we Snowfeet enthusiasts feel a bit like snowboarders, because sometimes we have to persuade the ski resort staff to let us go on slopes. It seems as if they thought there is something evil about Snowfeet.
One time in Italy, a policemen let us use the slopes only after I assured them nicely, that it is really safe and few years later there will be much more people like me. I told them to make a decision after they see me going down the hill. They agreed and so I run down the slope and did my best. They all smiled and agreed that it really is safe and we can use their Italian ski resorts.
So far, we always succeeded, but it's always better to be prepared with good arguments.
Future Olympic Sport
As you probably know, one of our goals is to make Snowfeet a regular Olympic Sport. So how to achieve it? We have no idea! It' one of those tasks you have no idea how to achieve, so you have to learn everything. That's what I love about it. First, we wanted to start communicating with the people from Olympic Games. Where to find them? Who are they? After a bit of a google search, we found an International Olympic Committee, which is a supreme Olympic organization located in Lousanne, Switzerland. So maybe they are the right ones. I don't know. We will see. We sent the letter to their address and the rest is in the stars.
Here's the letter:
Dear International Olympic Committee,
I’m writing you with a request for inclusion of a new sport into the Winter Olympic Games. The sport is calledSnowfeet. We assume that the community of Snowfeet owners will be growing fast during next ten years and it will be big enough to become an Olympic sport in the year 2026. The discipline will be similar to Slalom or Freestyle Skiing.
You can find more information about Snowfeet on the website: www.snowfeetstore.com. Please, contact us about your attitude towards this request and give us any important information about the process of becoming an Olympic sport. Either by mail or email.
Step towards equality
Football is probably the most popular team sport in the world because the only thing you need to have is the ball.
Skiing and snowboarding equipment is expensive, which makes these winter sports more available for upper middle class and rich ones and so you don't often see sportsmen of poor background at Winter Olympic games. Big ski resorts are usually full of upper middle class and rich people.
Snowfeet equipment consists only of a pair of Snowfeet. That is why it is the cheapest of all winter sports and thus creates an opportunity of going to ski resorts regularly for a much larger group of people regardless of their social status.
Rumour has it that there was a man who went for skiing. However, he had so bad memory, that he left his skis at home. But since he was a very funny guy, he tried skiing down the hill wearing only his slippers. To his surprise it worked pretty well and he enjoyed it even more than skiing. That‘s when he came up with an idea of Snowfeet.
You don't need to carry any heavy skis, snowboards, ski poles or special ski boots. Snowfeets are very light and fit to any small bag.
Moreover, Snowfeet allows you to go to places, where it is difficult to get with skis or snowboard. You can climb the mountain only with a pair of Snowfeet in your hands and then go down the hill through the forrests and be the part of a winter nature. Places like small forrest paths, where everything is covered by snow, will make you feel that real beauty of
More About Snowfeet
Snowfeet can be used both on and off the slopes. It is extremely light and small, so it fits into any bag. The size is universal. The recommended shoe sizes are between US 7 - 12. Snowfeet is made of highly durable plastic material with straps and buckles. What is more, Snowfeet can take you to places, like small forest paths, where you wouldn't get with skis or snowboard. And compared to skis, it is so inexpensive!
Snowfeet is manufactured in the heart of Europe, in the Czech Republic, where the original invention comes from.
Snowfeet is a new booming winter sport. It is basically the shortest mini skis on the market. Someone could also call it snowskates or ski skates, because it is something between skiing and skating.Thousands of people already tried it and regularly go skiing with Snowfeet every winter. Some experts assume it’s going to become an Olympic sport in the year 2026. Snowfeet originates in a small hilly country in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic, and is still very little known in the world.
Snowfeet was established by 2 young friends from Czech republic in 2016. Our goal is to spread our new winter sport all over the world.
Jurinka 18 , Valasske Mezirici, Czech republic, 75701
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