British skis in France – and at a discount

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A year ago today, I stayed up until midnight and applied to be part of Dots Dozen. It’s a scheme run by British brand ‘whitedot’ skis that gives twelve people each year the chance to get reduced-price skis.

I won a place, and promptly bought some skis from them. Normally, I’d go to a ski test somewhere in the French Alps and try before I buy, but my friends who had previously bought whitedot skis had nothing but praise for the quality and performance, and it was enough for me to take a gamble.

Luckily for me, the skis really did live up to their reputation, being responsive and absolute joys to use all over the mountain.

Tonight, twelve more people have the chance to join Dots Dozen. If you want to be in with a chance, just go to the whitedot skis website at midnight and get clicking! Good luck, and no, this was not sponsored by whitedot.

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Wendy Hollands writer in Annecy, France

I'm an experienced technical writer based in the French Alps. I enjoy learning French language nuances, winter sports and travel. Drop by wendyhollands.com, my other site.

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