Sunkid Snow V - Snow braking assistant
For over 20 years, Sunkid’s goal has been to support ski schools in their work.
The question of whether we were successful in doing so with the Sunkid Snow V could not be better answered than by the people who work with it day in, day out: the ski instructors.
Read a few opinions of ski school managers who use the Sunkid Snow V here below.
Use of the Snow V for ski instructors/ schools and beginners/kids::
Michael Staudacher (Michi’s Ski School Gerlos)
We know from years of experience and from our cooperation with child psychologists that a reward or confirmation that “I can do something,” or “I have achieved something,” is quite important for children. With the Snow V, this experience of success appears much more quickly. Even less talented kids can finally successfully take part in a ski race.[…]
Katja Süß (Ski School Association Oberwiesenthal)
[…] In short, it (meaning the Snow V) is a good supplement to the kids’ ski area and helps the ski instructor to get the kids skiing more quickly and provides them with a feeling of security and stability more rapidly. If anybody wants to upgrade their kids’ ski area, we can highly recommend the SNOW V.
Tom Egger (Ski School Hirschegg/Kleinwalsertal)
Our kids’ area was often at its limit during peak season, as it is located directly in town and cannot be expanded. Thanks to the Snow V, the burden has now significantly eased at the kids’ area, as children can leave it more quickly. In addition, the so-called “wobbly cases” have significantly decreased. With the Snow V, kids come to the ski slope not only more quickly, but also more safely.
Eva Stark (Ski School Fiss-Ladis) & played a significant role in the development of the Snow V
The success achieved so far has exceeded the expectations by far. Practice has shown that thanks to the support provided by the Snow V, kids grasp and embrace the complex movements of snow braking much faster. And with that, more rapid success experiences are possible and motivation is boosted thanks to the “ah-ha effect.” Meanwhile, we have even put up a somewhat larger Snow V for our grown-up ski novices.