Will Wesson Podcast

by PowellMovement
Mar 11th 2019 - 16 comments

Will Wesson is a 32 year old X- Games Gold Medalist that doesn’t do contests. Hailing from the East Coast, Will is the quiet athlete in the pioneering webisode series, The Traveling Circus, a series documenting the travels and style of Will and his longtime bff, Andy Parry. .....Will made it to the pro ranks the hard way and we talk about his route to internet fame and a long, pro ski career. He doesn’t do interviews and I believe this is the most he’s talked in his life. Will Wesson Show Notes: 2:00: How his trip has been and being quiet 6:00: Growing up in NY, XC Ski, and getting into alpine 17:20: Sports, backyard set ups, school, and crews/edits 24:00: Evo: The best online experience in action sports with retail to back it up RESQWATER (enter the code resqwatertpm for a 20% discount on a 12 pack) 25:30: College, contests and the end of I hate NY 31:00: Meatheads, Level 1, and Refresh/Warren Miller 36:00: Line Traveling Circus, making something out of nothing, and sponsorship 43:00: Spy Optic: Get 20% off on their site Spyoptic.com using the code TPM20 The 10 Barrel Brewery: My favorite is 'Out of Office' Pilsner 45:00: Helmets, times are changing, and vanlife 50:00: X-Games and is it fun 58:30: Inappropriate Questions with Andy Parry

Satanworshipper’s Unprofessional Review of The TWOOWT Makro

by satanworshipper
Feb 12th 2019 - 48 comments

When I first discovered TWOOWT, the mega hyphy, underground ski brand from Russia, I thought it was incredible. I looked through videos and videos of the twoowt fam shredding the slopes and streets of Russia, and I was like wow, this is insane. Twoowt got me so stoked on skiing, after watching all of that I wanted to sport the same skis as Dima Makrushin, Sam Alander, Vadim Rudakov and other team riders. Here is my unprofessional review on the TWOOWT Makro Skis.

The Sämi Ortlieb Figuration

by Twig
Nov 1st 2018 - 2 comments

Sämi is responsible for some of the most exciting and unique video content in skiing right now. Yet he's one of the most media-shy, least known figures in the game. I chatted to him and then filled in the gaps... get learned.

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.