Neal, a twelve-year-old, buys a pair of skis from Outdoor Outfitters (OO), telling the salesperson that he has never been skiing but “really wants to do it.” The salesperson urges Neal to take a lesson in the sport before attempting a run, but Neal ignores the advice. On the first run, Neal loses control, hits a tree, and is injured. Neal files a suit against OO, alleging that it was negligent to have sold the skis to him, when he was clearly too young and inexperienced. How might OO defend itself?

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