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Yooner - Who is it for ?

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dans Yooner le 08/21/2015

How does it work?

Thanks to its low centre of gravity and foot support, Yooner users instinctively find their balance and easily control their speed, even if they are beginners. All you need to do is use the edge to turn and skid to a stop, the same as when skiing. Another way of braking involves straightening one's legs while holding onto the handle. This user action makes the Yooner rear up and pushes the claw at the back into the snow, causing braking. The spring-mounted seat and Inox ski produce a comfortable descent. The Yooner's trajectory is closer to that of a skier than a surfer. Its low centre of gravity, user-friendliness and braking performance in addition to the seating position make it practical for low-risk gliding. No more punishment! In the event you do fall, it is only 10 cm. Just sit in the snow and the Yooner will come to an immediate halt.

 

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