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Be a sustainable student skier

20th January 2020 12:32 pm

Your uni ski trip is coming up, and you’ve got a small budget and a large social conscience. Take the easy route to skiing greener, keeping costs down and assuaging you

Launch offer: we are donating 100% of our commission to charity

28th December 2019 1:12 pm

As WhoSki.com opens for the sale and purchase of secondhand ski clothing, we are FOR A LIMITED PERIOD diverting our commission so that it goes 100% directly to our partner

What clothing is essential for a school ski trip?

10th November 2019 5:15 pm

For many people, the first time they even think about buying ski clothing is when their child is signed up for a school ski trip. You've paid for travel, tuition and accommodation, but how many of

Stars and public pledge support for WhoSki.com

28th October 2019 2:03 pm

What a stimulating, long weekend we have just enjoyed at the Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Festival in Londo

Join WhoSki.com at the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival

21st October 2019 7:47 pm

The circular economy goes skiing, as WhoSki.com brings sustainability to the winter sports industry at the UK’s biggest annual ski and snowboard fest during the October half-term holidays.You’

3 reasons to sell with WhoSki

18th October 2019 4:48 pm

1 A proportion of our commission on EVERY SALE goes to support teenage mental health via our charity partner stem4.

Why your brand should be on WhoSki

15th October 2019 5:27 pm

Want to see your brand's clothing feature on WhoSki? We'd love to hear from you: please get in touch! Here's why we should be working together:

Destroying clothing should not be common practice

3rd October 2019 5:24 pm

Destroying clothing that goes unsold is common practice. Burberry was name-shamed for it, ditto Hermès. Amazon is said to be a major culprit, and even H&M has faced criticism for burning items it

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