Angel Collinson Podcast

by PowellMovement
Oct 1st 2018 - 1 comments

Angel Collinson was born into the ski world. She grew up in Snowbird employee housing, where she honed her race skills enough to barely not make the US Ski Team. With racing over, college and big mountain skiing competitions took over. Skiing won. Over the years there have been a lot of women who have pushed the envelope on snow but Angel transcends gender….she’s just a bad ass skier who charges harder than anyone these past few years…guy or girl. Her story is not what you expect….. Angel Collinson Show Notes: 2:00: What is she up to in AK, Social media and tinder 8:00: Growing up in Snowbird Employee Housing, missing out on stuff, and raising her kids 14:00: Ski racing 16:40: Evo (Use the code TPM10 for 10% off at checkout) RESQWATER (enter the code resqwatertpm for a 20% discount on a 12 pack) Outdoor Research: (Get 15% off you’re order with the checkout code POWELL15) 18:00: Home schooling, not making the US Ski Team, College, and partying 31:40: Freeskiing 35:40: Spy Optics: Get 20% off on their site Spyoptic.com using the code TPM20. The 10 Barrel Brewery: My favorite is Out of Office Pilsner 37:00: The difference between racing and freeskiing, sponsorship, and dropping out of school 44:00: Ryan Hawks, Tanner Hall, and graduating to film 49:00: TGR, the difference between guys and girls in the mountains and her role in skiing 57:00: Singing and burning man 60:00: Inappropriate Questions with Hadley Hammer

Can You Make a Home Snow Gun for $100?

by level2crew
Sep 30th 2018 - 6 comments

A common theme in forums and threads related to residential snowmaking is how to minimize the cost of a home snow gun. Snow guns available to home snow makers typically cost between $500 - $1,000 and the systems are more expensive when the costs of air compressors and pressure washers are added. This article looks at the question in depth.

Saga 18/19 the newer of the new

by Saga.
Jul 2nd 2018 - 0 comments

Steam rolling through our second decade as the only independently owned outwear brand for our fans we're bringing the best line of outerwear and apparel to the snow world yet. The Monarch 3L outerwear has proved to not only be a team, but a fan, favorite. With its superior waterproofing, fit and look we brought it to our women's line. This season we're introducing the women's Empress 3L jacket and bib-pant. See more of what we've cooked up --> www.sagaouterwear.com