Skiing shock absorbers tested: Brace yourself for the snow.The ski~mojo featured in the Telegraph Nov 09 -
SKI CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN - SKI & BOARD MAGAZINE
The ski~mojo was trialed by The Ski Club of Great Britain. Read the article for their opinion.
THE SUNDAY TIMES & IGLUSKI.COM
THE FINANCIAL TIMES - "HOW TO SPEND IT"
ski~mojo is featured in the Financial Times' 'How to spend it' January 2009 supplement
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Read how the MkI ski~mojo helped Alastair Drew decide to buy a second home in the Alps
ski~mojo featured in the latest GQ
ski~mojo sponsors Warren Miller's Children of Winter cinema tour (Nov08 - Jan09)
"It may look ridiculous, but having given it a limited test on man-made snow, I have to say - it seems to work."
DAILY MAIL SKI & SNOWBOARD MAGAZINE
You immediately feel the support given to your bum and each leg. It pushes you naturally into a good position and takes substantial pressure off legs and knees as you ski, acting like a pair of shock absorbers. It made cruising groomed runs effortless, and eliminated some knee twinges I normally get.
Daily Mail Ski and Snowboard Magazine
improved ski~mojo available from the end of October 2008
After winning the Brand New Winter Hardware Award, sponsored by DuPont, we are now aware of even better high grade technical plastics to use in the manufacture of the ski~mojo.
We have taken the opportunity to make some design changes too, based on your consumer feedback. The initial set up and fitting is now simpler, as is putting it on / taking it off for an even better skiing experience. As some of the changes have been based on your consumer feedback we believe that our existing customers (as well as new customers) should benefit from the improvements.
The ski~mojo wins ispo brand new award
Winner of the Winter Hardware Category at Winter ISPO in Munich, the world's leading trade show for sports hardware and accessories.
Crystal Ski Holidays offer free ski~mojos for all group leaders
Graham Bell tests the MkI ski~mojo at Manchester
Graham spoke to us from Queenstown, New Zealand, where he's currently filming. "I did a couple of minutes with it on the Skier's Edge and felt a definite performance benefit. I also did a couple of minutes tucking, which it was great for, no leg burn at all."