Skiing board for sale: Skiing boards with big airbags and airbags
The ski board that crashed on a ski trip in Canada is reportedly being sold online for $25,000.
The company that owned the skis is offering the ski boards to ski operators who are interested in the model that the National Transportation Safety Board has identified as a potential danger to ski-board riders.
The NTSB said in a statement that it received reports that a ski board had fallen off a cliff during a snowfall, and that one person had suffered non-life threatening injuries.
The NTSB identified a model that had been sold in a snow-related accident in New Zealand as a “suspicious” and “unstable” model that it was unable to verify because it was manufactured in China.
The model’s manufacturer has not been identified.
The board, owned by Skiboski, is one of several models that have crashed in the past year.
It was used on the Canadian ski tour in September and was not damaged.
The National Transportation Authority of Canada said in October that it had received reports of skis that fell from a roof while being transported in a vehicle, and said that there were two skis missing in the accident.
The agency said that the NTSL also received reports from skiers and other riders that skis were not secured to their harnesses, leading to injuries.
In October, the N.T.A. said it received another report of a skier being injured while skiing on a board in a collision with another skier’s board, which resulted in a second skier sustaining non-accelerated injuries.