Ski Like a Girl! – Jeannie Thoren Visits Alpine Shop

NOTE: Friday Night’s Reception has been canceled due to the Cardinals’ miraculous comeback that has forced Game 7 of the World Series. Refund information will be updated Friday morning. Custom fits during the weekend are all still on schedule.

Ladies, does this sound like you?
Do your skis wander or cross? Do your heels lift up in your boots? Do your feet move in your boots? Do you lean back on your skis? Do you fatigue easily? Do your feet get cold or tired? Do you ski “Knock-kneed?”

Guess what? It’s not you. It’s your equipment!

Jeannie Thoren's Ski Like a Girl Weekend at Alpine Shop
Known throughout the skiing world, Jeannie Thoren is one of the world's foremost experts when it comes to women's ski equipment.

Women’s ski expert Jeannie Thoren will be on hand for Alpine Shop’s Ski Like a Girl Weekend beginning with our reception and program Friday night October 28 at 6:30 pm to help you find answers to your skiing questions.

Thoren is a living legend of the women’s ski movement. A competitive skier herself back in the late 1960s and 70s, Thoren was one of the first to notice that the physical differences between men and women required completely different ski equipment. Over 40 years of work in the field have finally seen Thoren’s expertise adopted by the ski world; but it still requires experts in the field that understand the principles of the Thoren Theory to make sure your equipment works perfectly for you. On Friday, Oct. 28, she’ll explain exactly what you need to make sure you’re ready for the ski season ahead of you.

Letter from happy customer.
Letter from a satisfied customer from one of Jeannie's previous visits.

Thoren is no stranger to Alpine Shop, either. She has made the trip to St. Louis to work with our customers numerous times. And she has helped hundreds of them go on to be more confident and more comfortable skiers.

Find out more about the Ski Like a Girl Weekend at Alpine Shop here!


One Reply to “Ski Like a Girl! – Jeannie Thoren Visits Alpine Shop”

  1. For me, Selecting skis is always a complicated process, with a number of factors to consider like height, weight and ability. But most important is that our choice of ski is dependent on the type of skier you are as well as the type of terrain you will be skiing.

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