How to: Après Right - Ski Mag

How to: Après Right

Your new fat boards might be on the way, but are you really ready for ski season? Have you done anything to prepare for après-ski? This can be the most important time of day. Here are the classic ways to get it done, and who does what, so you won’t find yourself in the wrong scene after 4 p.m. ever again. -Brigid Mander
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