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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-06-2012, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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How to manage sluff slides

Great video instruction here: Griffin Post - GoPro TGR Athlete Video Series Season 2 Episode 6 | Video | Teton Gravity Research

Note that I've been ripped off my board by a sluff slide. Sent tomahawking like a rag doll. It was like getting hit by a bus.


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Sluffs are a pita. Had tons of sluffing in the backcountry on Stevens Pass. Something I generally don't see a lot of in Colorado. They can certainly knock you on your ass and even worse, carry you into trees, over cliffs, into holes...
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