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YOONER ORIGINS




The inspiration for the Yooner came from a primitive gadget used by school children in winter in the Manigod valley near Thônes in Haute-Savoie at the start of the last century. Easily controlled on inclines and highly accessible, the "Paret" needed one or two improvements before it was suitable for use on ski slopes. That's how the "Yooner" came into being.

It's the realisation of a childhood dream: who hasn't dreamed of gliding over the slopes without having to walk back up! The Yooner's major advantage is the speed at which it can be mastered, its recreational quality and the immediate thrills it brings. It's causing quite a stir, since nearly 60 ski resorts in France have now authorised the Yooner on their slopes.

The name Yooner comes from its inventor's name - Yoan BIBOLLET.

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