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Ski Teaching Aids Pave The Way for a Lifetime of Family Memories

Little Terra has unveiled its collection of teaching aids to pave the way for a lifetime of fun on the slopes.

 
 
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PRLog - Dec. 11, 2012 - The children’s outdoor clothing specialist has sourced innovative products to ensure kids are kept safe on piste and in-resort.

Teaching youngsters to ski (http://www.littleterra.co.uk/clothing/ski-wear/ski-helments/barts-helmet-cover) or board lays the foundations for unforgettable family holidays for decades to come – but injury or loss of confidence at the outset can make kids reluctant to get back in their bindings.

That’s where Little Terra’s (http://www.littleterra.co.uk/clothing/ski-wear/ski-helmen...) collection of teaching aids and accessories comes in.

Edgie Wedgie ski tip clips (http://www.littleterra.co.uk/clothing/ski-wear/ski-access...) hold ski tips together, helping novices maintain a snowplough without the risk of a tumble caused by crossed skis.

Available in five eye-catching colours, Edgie Wedgies speed up the learning process and allow kids to build confidence quickly.

Mini Toddler Skis (http://www.littleterra.co.uk/clothing/ski-wear/ski-access...) are a great way of introducing very young children to skiing – even when you’re still at home.

These plastic mini skis have strap on bindings that fit over most sturdy winter footwear (http://www.littleterra.co.uk/footwear/), and aluminium poles to keep toddlers upright and help them get around on the flats.

Carolyn Budding, buying specialist at Little Terra, said: “We really love the mini skis. You can use them at home in snowy weather and they give kids a real head start in terms of confidence.

“Sometimes it feels as if it’s getting more and more difficult for families to spend quality time together, but winter sports can be enjoyed by every generation.

“Skiing holidays can provide family memories that last a lifetime, but only if enjoyment, confidence and safety are prioritised from the word go.”

The teaching aid range, which also includes a variety of trainer harnesses and guides, is complemented by Little Terra’s extensive selection of goggles, sunglasses and accessories.

Skiwear – from snow boots to base layers to ski suits – comes from brands such as Spyder, Columbia, O’Neill, Jack Wolfskin, Dare2b and Berghaus.

To buy online, or for more information about Little Terra please visit http://www.littleterra.co.uk

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Little Terra is a children’s retailer with a strong online presence – which specialises in high-quality clothing and products that support the lifestyle of active young people and their parents.

Little Terra stocks the acclaimed Vaude and Bush Baby child carriers, along with other brands including the UV sunsuits Radicool 100+ Skins, Jack Wolfskin and Sprayway.

Little Terra’s headquarters are located in Derbyshire, in the Amber Valley. Little Terra is a sister company  to Terra Nova Equipment  which is also led by Carolyn and her husband Andy Utting, and  designs the world-renowned Terra Nova Tents and rucksacks, the trusted brand Wild Country Tents – and the high performance Extremities range of gloves, hats and other accessories.

Press release issued by Jane Shepherd, Shepherd PR Limited, 01538 308685, 07985 129315

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