Orlando Ski Resort

maxairmike

Veteran Member
Jul 18, 2012
1,366
In the thick of it
I was doing some research on "dry snow surfaces," and it seems they're actually fairly common, and even used by some national sports team training complexes. There are several different versions, including one type from none other than AstroTurf. Sounds like that kind of a surface may not be as bad as first thought.
 

Hockeyman55

Premium Member
Aug 19, 2009
5,507
Palm Beach Gardens
I was doing some research on "dry snow surfaces," and it seems they're actually fairly common, and even used by some national sports team training complexes. There are several different versions, including one type from none other than AstroTurf. Sounds like that kind of a surface may not be as bad as first thought.
Yeah but I wont be able to throw snowballs and that is half the fun :rofl: