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If you tend to ski in low-tide conditions on chalky steeps, start with waist widths between 90 and 100 millimeters.
LONG-TERM REVIEW: THE BEST SKIS, PERIODHEATHER SCHULTZ AND MARC PERUZZIMARCH 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Traditional sidewalls make for powerful edging on cold and chalky alpine snow, since the ski has no caps.
LONG-TERM REVIEW: THE BEST SKIS, PERIODHEATHER SCHULTZ AND MARC PERUZZIMARCH 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Start with a visit to Mono Lake, a body of water with a chemistry so complex that chalky, stalagmite-like towers of tufa rise from its bed.
Despite an uncommonly chalky outcome from last year’s bubble, the defending champs are weaker now — with a wide-open field of challengers coming for their crown.
The corporal, rather chalky-looking under his tan, stepped forward and laid a hand on MacRae's shoulder.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The outskirts of the town were coming in sight; grey houses bleakly climbing chalky heights.
Navvies, all white with that chalky whiteness of dried bones, were passing by, carrying their tools and wallets.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
Observe ye not yon chalky precipice, to the right of the Norman bridge?
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
They abound on the chalky downs and in some sandy districts, but not in the clays.
This was about six feet deep and three feet wide, the bottom and sides of white, chalky soil.

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