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How to snow spray?

Hi, I want you to ask how to do snow spray, it's kind a funny thing to little bit annoy friends , or revenge other skiier or snowboarders for spraying , Thank you, sorry for my english.
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go really fast and then stop really hard. Just make sure you stop before the person or are able to slide off to the side. How long have you been riding? If you dont know how to do this just from riding you probably shouldn't be trying it. You're going to hit someone.
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If you dont know how to do this just from riding you probably shouldn't be trying it. You're going to hit someone.
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go really fast and then stop really hard.
Practice on large inanimate objects (Trees, Rocks, Snowcats) before moving on to people. The only pain experienced will be your own.

Spraying people you don't ride with is a dick move.
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Practice on large inanimate objects (Trees, Rocks, Snowcats) before moving on to people. The only pain experienced will be your own.

Spraying people you don't ride with is a dick move.
I don't know why you'd want to do it to friends either.
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I don't know why you'd want to do it to friends either.
With select friends it can be a "hi how are you" equivalent to a high five. Small amount of spray keeping it below the waist.
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Watch the second half of the video where I demonstrate on a groomer how to power schuss from many different angles. It's all about having enough speed to dump on a knoll or bump or better yet, a pocket of powder.
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With select friends it can be a "hi how are you" equivalent to a high five. Small amount of spray keeping it below the waist.
I don't know why you'd want to high-five a friend (or anybody) either.

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I don't know why you'd want to high-five a friend (or anybody) either.
TC is too cool for the post killer pow line high fiver.... say it ain't so.
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TC is too cool for the post killer pow line high fiver.... say it ain't so.
I thought guys were back to doing vagina-handshakes now...
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